The University of Tasmania has advertised the appointment of a Senior Lecturer or Lecturer in Law and Medicine/Health Law to teach and conduct research in health law or another medico-legal field in collaboration with the Centre for Law and Genetics within the Faculty of Law and the Menzies Research Institute Tasmania.
The Faculty of Law at the University of Tasmania is one of Australia’s premier law schools. It has a long and distinguished history and strong reputation nationally and internationally for high quality research and success with competitive grant funding.
Applicants will have a PhD and a strong record of research, commitment to high quality teaching and effective research training, and demonstrated success in course design, development and evaluation.
This full time, continuing appointment will be made at either Level B or C in line with Opening to Talent: The UTAS Academic and is based in Hobart.
Further information is available from the UTAS website or from Jandy.Godfrey [at] utas.edu.au.