Working in the School of Justice Studies, you will be expected to teach on a range of Criminal Justice undergraduate programmes, particularly focusing on the LLB Law and Criminal Justice programme. You will also be expected to make a full contribution to the school’s scholarship profile, and civic engagement agenda.
The ability to contribute to the teaching of Law and Criminal Justice across a range of modules, particularly European Criminal Law, Evidence, and Human Rights, Social Justice and the Law, is essential.
Informal enquiries may be made to Dr Michelle McManus, Criminal Justice Subject Leader, on M.A.McManus@ljmu.ac.uk, or to Dr Noel Cross, LLB Law and Criminal Justice Programme Leader, on N.Cross@ljmu.ac.uk.
LJMU values diversity and provides a supportive and inclusive environment where everyone can fulfil their potential.
We would encourage applications from all individuals who meet the advert criteria, but would particularly encourage applications from women; Black, Asian and minority ethnic groups, LGBTQ+ groups; and disabled people. The University is proud of its commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion and endeavours to cultivate a staff base that is representative of society. Please let us know if you have an impairment and require reasonable adjustments during the recruitment process.
Closing date: 9th June 2022
LJMU is committed to achieving equality of opportunity.
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