Lecturer/Instructor in Media Law – Careers in Law

As a Lecturer/Instructor in Media Law you will deliver short courses in digital and media law online and possibly on-site.

Looking for an experienced instructor who is passionate about the subject.

You will have a major impact in preparing the syllabus and teach the subject to senior executives in a professional way.

Course delivery method:  online (primarily video), possible on-site

Commitment is part-time






  • Degree: bachelor in a relevant subject, master degree or higher a plus
  • 3+ years of experience in working in the subject area
  • 2+ years of experience as instructor
  • Expertise in curriculum development, refinement & updates
  • 3 + years of preparing teaching material
  • 1+ year of teaching online
  • Expertise with online delivery methods, principles and techniques
  • Familiar with LMS and advanced online teaching software


Remote or UK. You must be allowed to work legally in the UK.

Own computer equipment and fast internet access a must.

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