ANU College of Law Appointment Round 2012

The ANU College of Law is seeking enthusiastic, engaged and talented researchers, scholars and teachers to join a vibrant enterprise that is nationally and internationally renowned for its groundbreaking scholarship, its innovation in legal education, and its strong commitment to community engagement.

The College will prioritise in this round appointments from levels A to C, with emphasis on early career academics who have a strong research track record, or strong research potential, and an ability to teach across two or more of the areas identified below. They should also connect with the College’s ethos of commitment to law reform and social justice and share the high value the College places on allowing individuals to reach their true potential in an environment of collegiality, egalitarianism, and respect for diversity.

The College has particular needs in a number of core areas, including tort, contract, corporate and commercial law, equity, dispute resolution, and public law, as well as in family law, Indigenous law and Japanese law. New appointees may also be expected to contribute to the teaching of the first year courses in Foundations of Australian Law or Lawyers, Justice and Ethics, and to share the College’s enthusiasm for an increasingly international dimension to its educational programs and research agendas.

ANU is consistently ranked as amongst the world’s top universities. The ANU College of Law, Australia’s national law school, is a leader in the development of the discipline, both in research (top score of 5 in ERA 2010) and education.

Closing Date: Monday, 4 June 2012
Salary Range: $58,077 – $108,000 pa
plus 17% super.
Contact
T 02 6125 4124
E Michael.Coper@anu.edu.au
W http://jobs.anu.edu.au/PositionDetail.aspx?p=2679

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