IPKAT JOBWATCH

As part of the IPKat's service to the intellectual property community, this blog will be bringing you occasional news of interesting IP jobs. Here's a teaching/research fellowship at the University of Paisley's Business School. The job spec says:
Working independently and with the Law group to develop research and teaching in law you will contribute to core teaching on the undergraduate law programme as well as teaching law on other courses. An ability to teach in some of the following would be an advantage: European, Criminal, Family, Intellectual Property or Information Technology Law. With an Honours degree and/or professional qualification in Law you will ideally hold or be nearing completion of a PhD in a relevant area.
Better be quick. Closing date for applications is 27 August.

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IPKAT JOBWATCH IPKAT JOBWATCH Reviewed by Jeremy on Wednesday, August 18, 2004 Rating: 5

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