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Two vacancies: Lecturer in Law and Technology (Research & Teaching Track)

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Two vacancies: Lecturer in Law and Technology (Research & Teaching Track)

By 10 March 2023March 13th, 2023No Comments

This is a great opportunity to join the University of Glasgow and work with CREATe, as we are opening our research agenda for the next five years as a Law & Technology Centre for the Creative Economy.

The School of Law seeks to appoint up to two Lecturers in Law and Technology

We welcome applications from candidates who hold a PhD (including those who have submitted for viva) or equivalent professional experience in a similar or related role.

This post is full time and open ended.

For informal enquiries relating to CREATe, please email: Professor Martin Kretschmer,

For informal enquiries relating to the Corporate and Financial Law Research Group, please email: Professor Iain MacNeil,

Deadline for applications: 10 April 2023.

Lecturer in Law and Technology (Research & Teaching Track)

A core element of the role will be to teach across the LLB (Scots Law and Common Law) and LLM programmes. Law and Technology is spread across the curriculum at different levels and in various configurations linking to broader themes in intellectual property, innovation, competition, data protection, artificial intelligence, commercial law and financial regulation. We have immediate teaching needs in data protection and FinTech. While ability and willingness to teach on core courses is essential, we welcome applicants from a range of jurisdictions. There are likely to be opportunities to adapt some of our courses to fit expertise and to design new courses.
Job Purpose
To undertake research of international excellence and contribute to knowledge exchange activities relative to the discipline, contribute to learning and teaching on agreed programmes and undertake administration and service activities in line with the School/College’s strategic objectives.  For appointment at Grade 8, a substantial contribution will include leading high quality research activities and delivering, organising and reviewing key areas of teaching and learning within the School.
Salary will be Grade 7/8: £38,474 – £43,155/ £47,047 – £54,421 per annum.