The largest faculty at the University of Stirling has earned a reputation for delivering some of the highest rated arts and humanities courses in the country. With a focus on innovation, exploration and creativity, you will be part of a dynamic environment defined by world-class teaching and research.
Staff thrive in a dynamic culture where collaboration is essential, international connections abound and the desire to make a meaningful contribution to society is always at the forefront of our minds.
Law and philosophy are defined by exceptional rates of teaching, research, and student satisfaction. We claimed first place in Scotland for research output in law in REF 2014, while most of the research conducted by philosophy staff was rated world best or internationally excellent in the same assessment . Our expertise informs our teaching, from undergraduate to our postgraduate courses in law and philosophy and our growing doctoral program.
We have a number of new opportunities to join the Faculty at a truly exciting time for the University. All jobs will be offered either on a teaching and scholarship basis or on a teaching and research basis.
The Stirling Law School in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of Stirling is looking to recruit three new academic staff. It is a vibrant law school that has offered the LLB since 2005 and has a consistent record of excellence in teaching and research. He wants to consolidate his offer of high quality courses offering exemptions from Law Society of Scotland examinations by ensuring that we offer all the LLB courses required by the Faculty of Advocates.
The basic topics that the appointments will cover are:
- Scottish Property Act
- Scottish commercial law
- Roman law of property and obligations
- Scottish legal system and Scottish public law
In addition, candidates would benefit from having the following expertise:
- Scottish law of obligations
- Scottish criminal law
- Scottish Evidence Act