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Fitzwilliam College

FELLOWSHIP AND COLLEGE LECTURESHIP IN LAW

Fitzwilliam College invites applications for a College Lecturer to undertake College teaching and to serve as Director of Studies in Law, with effect from 1 October 2004. Applications are welcome from candidates working in any field of Law, but preference may be given to candidates in Land Law or Equity. The Lectureship is for a fixed period of five years and is not renewable. The appointment is subject to the Statutes and Ordinances of the College.

The College Lecturer will be appointed at point 7 of the University scale (currently £19,279) with annual increments up to point 11 (currently £23,296); the stipend can be pensionable under USS. Cost of living increases in College stipends are made at the same time as comparable increases in University stipends. The additional stipend associated with the Direction of Studies is currently £1,430. The successful candidate will be elected to a Fellowship of the College, with which further obligations and privileges are associated.

Candidates must have, or expect to obtain by the time they take up the post, a postgraduate (LL.M., B.C.L., Ph.D. or equivalent) and/or professional (Barrister or Solicitor or equivalent) qualification in Law. However, they should not by then have completed five years of academic employment following the qualification. The reason for this restriction is that the post is intended to give someone near the beginning of an academic career an opportunity to acquire training and experience that will lead to a permanent appointment in Cambridge or another leading university.

The College follows an equal opportunities policy. Applications for part-time (or job share) appointments will be welcomed.

Before applying please obtain the further particulars from the website at http://www.fitz.cam.ac.uk/vacancies or send a self-addressed envelope to the Master's Secretary, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, CB3 0DG. Applications should be sent to the Master no later than Thursday, 20 November 2003.


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Cambridge University Reporter, 29 October 2003
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