The assistant professorship in information technology law is a full-time position. Applications are welcome from legal scholars in the field of information technology law, including data protection law. The successful candidate will develop the Schools research profile in her or his area of expertise, participating in the Schools research group on technology law. She or he will teach at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, and supervise students at masters and doctoral level. In particular, the candidate will help the School develop an LLM programme in intellectual property and information technology law. The candidate will also help to develop online teaching within the School. She or he will also be required to carry out administrative duties, and to be active in seeking research funding.