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Law School seeking to appoint Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law

17 August 2018

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Kent Law School is seeking to recruit a fixed term post Lecturer in Intellectual Property (IP) Law.

Law students at Kent benefit from a uniquely contextual and critical approach to the study of IP related problems. IP Law is available as a specialisation for postgraduate students studying the Kent LLM, Kent Law School's one-year Master's in Law programme, and in a range of innovative modules taught to Stage 2 and 3 undergraduate students.

The new IP Lectureship, which has a fixed term of nine months at 0.5 FTE (on a Teaching and Scholarship contract), involves delivery of both the postgraduate and undergraduate curricula.  The candidate will have responsibilities in all aspects of teaching, including assessment and feedback and academic support.

Full details are available in the job description.

The closing date for applications is Thursday 23 August with interviews expected to be held on Tuesday 28 August.

 

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