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The Law School is recruiting 3 new members of Academic Staff

The Law School is recruiting 1 x Associate Professor in Intellectual Property Law and Assistant Professors in Private Law and European/International Law.

Trinity Law School is implementing an ambitious development plan that will build academic strength to lead research on critical challenges, while developing programmes that educate the next generation of graduates – diverse in background, skills, and outlook.

As part of this development, Trinity Law School today announces three new academic positions:

  • Associate professor (Intellectual Property Law)
  • Assistant professor (Private Law)
  • Assistant professor (European and/or International Law)

The new associate professor in intellectual property law will lead development of the School’s LL.M in Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law, while implementing their own research agenda in the field of intellectual property law.

The new assistant professor in private law will contribute to teaching on core undergraduate modules, while pursuing their own research agenda through the School’s private law group.

The new assistant professor in European and/or international law will contribute to the School’s broad teaching and research mission in these fields as best fits their own profile.

Trinity Law School is committed to equality, diversity, and inclusion. We welcome applications from all individuals, including those applicants with disabilities, those who may have had non-traditional career paths, and those who have taken time out for reasons including family or caring responsibilities. We also welcome international applicants including those who have been displaced due to war.

The application deadline for all positions is 3 May 2023.

Full job descriptions and application requirements are available at – in the ‘Search by Department’ field, select ‘School of Law’ and click ‘Search’.

Informal inquiries to Head of School, Prof Caomhín MacMaoláin