At BITS Law School, we are committed to establishing an institution that serves as a beacon of excellence, attracting the brightest minds in the legal field. Towards this goal, we are dedicated to building an excellent team that is at the frontier of imparting high-quality, multidisciplinary legal education.
We are seeking dynamic individuals to join us as Teaching and Research Fellows/Academic Associates at BITS Law School. Our full-time Teaching and Research Fellow/Academic Associate position is designed to engage, nurture, and mentor early career academicians in teaching, research, and their doctoral program. It is a unique opportunity for aspiring academicians to receive one to one mentoring from BITS Law School’s expert faculty, gain academic exposure to emerging areas of interest, and network with an array of luminaries from the legal fraternity.
As a Fellow/Associate, you will have the opportunity to assist faculty members in delivering engaging lectures and developing innovative teaching materials that align with BITS Law School’s learning objectives. By supporting students with assignments, assessments, and team learning activities, you'll guide their academic journey and provide meaningful feedback for their growth. Your contributions to curriculum development will promote a research-led and scholarly approach to learning and through ongoing professional training and research work, you'll stay ahead of the curve in your field. By holding discussions, offering office hours, and supporting students’ development, you'll inspire a passion for learning and excellence and empower students to become innovative, socially conscious, and holistic legal professionals of tomorrow. We are delighted to invite you to apply and join us on this transformative journey where your dedication will empower the next generation of legal minds.
To apply for a position, please send an email to ‘email@example.com’. The email subject must include the position being applied for and the email should include –
Updated Curriculum Vitae
Cover letter introducing yourself and your interest in the role
One to three professional references