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King’s Inns invites applications for two lecturing positions on its Diploma in Legal Studies

King’s Inns invites applications for two lecturing positions on its Diploma in Legal Studies

The Honorable Society of King’s Inns (“King’s Inns”) invites applications from qualified Barristers for a three–year fixed–term contract for the following positions:

Successful applicants for both positions will assume the role in July 2024. Successful applicants’ immediate priority will be to revise the course materials by the end of August 2024.

How to apply

  • The completed form for each position must be emailed to King’s Inns doesn’t accept applications in any other format.
  • The deadline for receipt of applications is 5 p.m. on Monday, June 10, 2024. King’s Inns does not accept late applications. The time at which King’s Inns receives the email is definitive.
  • Interviews of shortlisted applicants will be in–person in King’s Inns.

Application Form

Read more about the Lecturer in Land Law HERE >

Complete the Application Form (Land Law) HERE >


Read more about the Lecturer in the Law of Evidence HERE >

Complete the Application Form (Law of Evidence) HERE >

About King’s Inns

King’s Inns is an independent educational institution, renowned for professional legal education and training. As well as educating future and qualified barristers, King’s Inns extends its reach to a diverse community of people from non–legal backgrounds 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 e–learning software to allow students to participate in 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.