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Stipendiary Lecturer (6 Hours) in Law

Oriel College seeks to appoint a Stipendiary Lecturer in Law from January 2023 to end of December 2023. Candidates should have made substantial progress toward completing a doctorate or have completed a relevant postgraduate qualification in Law, and should be equipped to undertake tutorial teaching and associated duties.

The person appointed will be expected to undertake teaching for an average of 6 contact hours per week during term time to undergraduates at Oriel College. The precise teaching duties are flexible, and may to some extent be adapted to the successful candidate’s areas of expertise and experience. However, it is essential that the Lecturer be able to teach at least two, and preferably three, of the following subjects: Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Jurisprudence. The Lecturer will assist with general administration, the pastoral care of undergraduates, and admissions in weeks 9 and 10 of Michaelmas Term (usually early December).

The basic stipend will be according to the Senior Tutors’ Committee recommended scale for full-time stipendiary lecturers with a teaching stint of 6 hours per week with a stipend within spine points 1-5 of the Stipendiary lecturer’s scale per annum, (depending on experience). Contributory membership of USS (the Universities Superannuation Scheme) is also offered. The post-holder will also have access to a research allocation of £902.50 per annum. The Lecturer will be entitled to free lunch and dinner in the Senior Common Room.

How to Apply

Further particulars, including information about how to apply, are available to download below, or they may be obtained from the HR Officer, Oriel College, Oxford, OX1 4EW or (

The closing date for applications is 9th September 2022, and interviews are expected to take place between 12th September and 13th September 2022.

Informal enquiries may be made to Dr Paul Yowell (

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