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Exeter College


Exeter College proposes, if there is a suitable candidate, to appoint a Stipendiary Lecturer in Law, tenable from 1 October 2004 until 30 September 2007. The post is strictly temporary, to provide teaching required by the election of Professor Sandra Fredman to a Leverhulme Research Award. The salary will be in the range of £19,942 to £21,852 a year depending on experience (subject to review). The successful candidate must be able to teach three or four subjects from the Law Final Honour School and Moderations courses, not including Criminal Law, Contract, and Family Law. At least one of the subjects offered should be for Law Moderations, i.e. Constitutional Law, Roman Law, or Introduction to Law. (The syllabus can be found at http://denning.law.ox.ac.uk/undergraduate/courses.shtml.) The Lecturer will be required to undertake tutorial or class teaching of undergraduates of the College (or by exchange with other Colleges) up to a maximum of twelve hours a week averaged over the three terms of the academical year, to set and mark College examinations, and to participate in the admissions process. In the absence of Mr Jonathan Herring on sabbatical leave, the Lecturer will be responsible for the organization and overseeing of the subject.

Course descriptions can be found at http://www.classics.ox.ac.uk/admissions/undergraduate/courses.html.

Further particulars may be obtained from the Academic Administrator, Exeter College, Oxford, OX1 3DP (e-mail academic.administrator@exeter.ox.ac.uk) or from the College website at http://www.exeter.ox.ac.uk/news/index.htm. Letters of application, including a curriculum vitae and the names of two referees, should be sent to the Academic Administrator to arrive not later than 15 May. Referees should be asked to write without request from the College, their letters also to be received by the Academic Administrator not later than the closing date.

Exeter College is an equal opportunities employer.

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Cambridge University Reporter 28 April 2004
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