Due Date: February 22, 2019
Applications are continuous for the IGLP Residential Fellowship Program 2019-2020 The Fellowship Program uses complete or partial doctoral and post-doctoral fellowship assistance to a little number of scholars pursuing research study in locations connected to the IGLPs continuous work. The variety of Fellowships granted each year relies on the readily available financing.
Applicants thought about for Fellowships are those whose work is difficult, initial and concentrates on progressive and alternative concepts within global law. Typically, work of this nature is not supported by mainstream institutional resources and the IGLP aims to offer chances for varied concepts to thrive. IGLP Fellows are important members of the Institute and supply important programs insight and support with the execution of our conferences and workshops. Fellowships normally start July 1 and go through the following June 30.
- Fellows are granted a competitive stipend commensurate with experience, and thinking about other research study assistance held by Fellows;-LRB- **************).
- The Fellowship likewise consists of a shared workplace at the Institute, a computer system and printer, access to the Law School’s Libraries in addition to other libraries at Harvard;-LRB- **************).
- With the consent of the mentor professor, IGLP Fellows might examine Law School courses on a non-credit basis.
- Open to doctoral and post-doctoral scholars;-LRB- **************).
- Prospects need to be presently pursuing research study in the locations of worldwide law, financial policy, and social justice to obtain the domestic Fellowships;-LRB- **************).
- Alumni of IGLP Workshops are specifically motivated to use.
Total application must consist of:
- A résumé or CV that plainly notes degrees got and existing scholastic association
- A 2-3 page description of existing research study and the proposed research study task to be performed throughout the fellowship duration
- 2 recommendation letters, of which one must be a letter of assistance from the candidate’s doctoral or other scholastic manager.
To learn more, see IGLP