- Should have a good honours degree and further post graduate training in law.
- A PhD and qualification as an Attorney-at- Law in a common law jurisdiction are highly desirable.
- Experience in teaching and research within a tertiary education environment would also be a distinct advantage.
- Ability to teach basic common law subjects
- Have expertise in any of the following subjects: Family Law; Public International Law; Private International Law; Labour Law; Insurance Law; Trade Law; Competition Law; European Law and Tax Law.
- Practice-based expertise in at least one of the areas would also be an advantage.
- Should demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
- Excellent communication skills are essential, as is a strong commitment to excellence in teaching, scholarship, service and technology application in the classroom.
- Must possess a genuine interest in helping students
- Ability to work effectively as a member of a team.
NB: Candidates are required to formally apply in writing, and to submit a curriculum vitae (inclusive of a statement on teaching and research interests) giving full particulars of qualifications, experience, and the names and addresses of three (3) referees and certified copies of academic qualifications and practicing certificates.
In order to expedite the selection process, applicants are advised to ask their referees to send reports under confidential cover without waiting to be contacted.