Exam Invigilators required for inclusion on King’s Inns Panel of Invigilators
King’s Inns invites expressions of interest for exam invigilators for inclusion on its Panel of Invigilators commencing in 2023.
King’s Inns intends to put in place a panel of invigilators for an initial period of three years, subject to an extension of up to one further year.
King’s Inns exams for the degree of Barrister–at–Law, Diploma in Legal Studies and Entrance Exam for the degree of Barrister–at–Law course are held in–person at King’s Inns. In written exams, candidates use their own laptops with an installed lockdown browser to submit responses online. Invigilators assist in the effective delivery of these exams. There are also oral, recorded assessments in Advocacy and Consultation as part of the degree of Barrister–at–Law exams.
To support students undertaking examinations throughout the year, a number of Invigilators will supervise examinations at any given time. Exams take place on weekdays and weekends.
A broader explanation of the invigilation panel and what is required from invigilators can be found in the below document titled “Information for Applicants”.
About King’s Inns
King’s Inns is an independent educational institution, renowned for professional legal education and training. As well as being the School responsible for training of future barristers, the School extends its reach to a diverse community of people, from qualified lawyers to those with non–legal backgrounds, by offering accessible part–time courses in specialist areas of the law.
King’s Inns is proud of its culture of educational innovation in terms of the range of courses on offer, course design, delivery methodology, our diverse teaching panel of industry practitioners, and the use of eLearning software to allow students to participate in a wide range of courses from a distance.
In all it does, King’s Inns aims to be effective, dynamic, and modern in practice, while cherishing and integrating many of the traditions from the time of its establishment in the 16th century.
How to apply
- If you wish to be considered for the invigilator panel, please submit your expression of interest form (download below) and a copy of your CV by email to email@example.com.
- King’s Inns does not accept submissions in any other format.
- The deadline for the receipt of expression of interest by King’s Inns is 5 pm (Irish time) on Friday, February 3, 2023.
- King’s Inns does not accept late submissions. The time at which King’s Inns receives the email is definitive.
Procedure following submission
Following receipt of initial evaluation of expressions of interest and CVs, King’s Inns may invite applicants to an information session and/or meeting as part of the process.