Singapore Management University's (SMU) School of Law was set up in August 2007 with the mission to build a collegial team of excellent researchers and teachers and to nurture lawyers who will lead and serve the community with distinction. Our programmes (currently comprising a 4-year LLB programme, a postgraduate Juris Doctor programme and the LLM programme) aim to produce holistic graduates who understand law in context, and who are able to think across disciplines and geographical borders. Interactive seminar-style teaching is employed to create a learning environment that is dynamic and challenging.
Currently we do not have any available positions.
For more information on Faculty Recruitment, please click HERE.
We may from time to time have opportunities for part-time instructors with proven teaching skills and/or relevant industry experience to teach one or more of our core and elective courses.
Applications are invited for adjunct positions focusing on the following areas:
- Commercial Conflict of Laws
- Comparative Legal Systems
- Legal Research & Writing
- Legal Systems, Legal Methods and Analysis
- Legal Theory and Philosophy
Interested applicants are welcome to write in (together with a full CV and photo) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated on 30 Jun 2014.