Law Lecturer (LL.B)

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< img src=" "class=" ff-og-image-inserted" > The Portfolio of Legal Affairs, Truman Bodden Law School, is currently inviting applications for the following post:


CI$ 79,656 to $87,936 per annum

The Truman Bodden Law School (” TBLS”) is an affiliated organization of both Oxford Brookes University (whose Diploma in Legal Practice is used following conclusion of the TBLS Professional Legal Practice Course), and the University of Liverpool (whose LL.B and LL.M degrees are offered through TBLS). All full-time members of the LL.B and LL.M teaching staff are designated as acknowledged law instructors of the University of Liverpool.

TBLS presently has a Faculty of nine full-time lecturers, and it has an existing enrolment of approximately 100 trainees. TBLS kinds part of the Portfolio of Legal Affairs, falling under the workplace of the Cayman Islands’ Attorney General. All appointments to the full-time teaching staff of TBLS are subject to the approval of our UK affiliate partners.

Law Lecturer (LL.B)

Reporting to the Director of Legal Studies, the Law Lecturer will mostly be accountable for the teaching and personal supervision of law trainees at an undergraduate level. Some post graduate mentor might likewise be required of the role, as will carrying out sophisticated legal research in order to ensure a thorough and updated understanding of Cayman Islands and English Law to a national and global level. The Law Lecturer will likewise assist with the administration of the Law School, ensuring the efficient operation of its undergraduate arrangement.

Applicants should have:

  • a Bachelor’s degree in Law at a grade 2:1 or above; and
  • a pertinent post graduate level credentials In law (or above), or an appropriate professional legal certification.

A teaching certification in post compulsory education is likewise highly desirable.

It is extremely preferable that candidates have at least 3 (3) years of previous relevant mentor experience at University level. It is anticipated that candidates will have a subject specialism to consist of the following: Company Law; Corporate Practice; Legal skills consisting of: Drafting, Legal Writing and Professional Ethics; Intellectual Property Law, Environmental Law; Medical Law and Ethics. An established performance history of legal research is extremely desirable, as is legal publication within globally refereed law journals. Candidates need to be able show quality in communication, exercising excellent judgement and be extremely

Where an overseas appointment is made, the employment agreement would be for 3 (3) years in the very first circumstances, with the option to seek renewal. Leave entitlement will be twenty 5 (25) working days per annum and advantages include air passages, baggage/freight and relocation allowances, a non-contributory Government Pension Scheme and medical and oral coverage. Please keep in mind that no earnings tax is payable in the Cayman Islands (presently CI$ 1.00 = GBP ₤ 0.88, US$ 1.20).

Comprehensive task descriptions, information on benefits and a Government Application Form are readily available at our website, here.

Please create your profile through the site above; alternately, you might also submit a cover letter, résumé or curriculum vitae to: Colleen Williams, Human Resources Manager, Portfolio of Legal Affairs, 4th Flooring, Government Administration Building, 133 Elgin Avenue, P.O. Box 136, Grand Cayman, KY1-9000. Telephone: 1 345 244 2336. Email: [email protected]!.?.! Deadline for invoice of applications

: Friday-10 June 2022 Click Here to Apply For The Job

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