ATTORNEY IN THE LAW CLINIC/LECTURER RE-ADVERTISEMENT

Job Detail

  • Job ID 177407
  • Offered Salary The remuneration package offered includes benefits and will be dependent on the qualifications and experience of the successful applicant.
  • Qualifications not-provided"
  • Industry Education, training & skills development
  • Centre HOWARD COLLEGE CAMPUS - COLLEGE OF LAW AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES SCHOOL OF LAW
  • Where to submit application
    Applicants are required to complete the relevant application form (ACADEMIC) which is available on the Vacancies page of the University website at www.ukzn.ac.za. Completed forms may be sent to [email protected] Please state the advert reference number in your subject line.
  • Notes
    Communication will be limited to short-listed candidates. Short-listed candidates may be required to do a presentation at the interview. Appointment to this post will be on the 2018 Conditions of Service.

Job Description

The School of Law seeks to appoint a suitably qualified applicant to the permanent staff in the aforementioned position. The successful applicant would be based at the UKZN Law Clinic as a practicing principal/supervising attorney and may be required, when necessary, to also lecture in the School of Law. The UKZN Law Clinic (LC) provides free civil legal services to indigent people whilst training law students and candidate attorneys. The applicant must qualify to engage and supervise candidate attorneys/candidate legal practitioners in terms of the Legal Practice Act. The successful applicant will also have teaching, research, academic leadership and mentoring, administration of teaching activities, and relevant community engagement deliverables in the School of Law. Minimum Requirements: • Qualify to engage and supervise candidate attorneys/candidate legal practitioners (as a ‘principal’/’supervising legal practitioner’) in terms of the Legal Practice Act • Experience in acting as a principal attorney • Minimum six year’s experience as a practicing attorney • A valid driver’s license for LC work purposes and; • Experience in teaching or training within the discipline at a tertiary level or at the School for Legal Practice Advantages: • Fluency in isiZulu • A relevant masters or doctoral degree • Research and research supervision experience The successful candidate should demonstrate effective communication skills.

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