2012-13 IGLP Fellowship Program

The IGLP is pleased to announce up to two residential Fellowships for the 2013-2014 academic year (September 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014). Inaugurated in 2006, the IGLP Fellowship Program offers full or partial student and post-doctoral fellowship support to a small number of scholars pursuing research in areas related to the IGLP’s ongoing work. Through the Fellowship Program the IGLP seeks to encourage the development of progressive and alternative ideas about international law, society and political economy by supporting original, provocative and challenging intellectual work that might not otherwise find support from mainstream institutional resources and which contributes to the emergence of new approaches to international law and global social justice. The Institute welcomes all interested graduate and post graduate scholars who are currently pursuing research in the areas of global law, economic policy, and social justice, to apply for our 2013-2014 residential Fellowships. We are particularly interested in candidates from emerging markets and developing economies. Current Harvard Law School graduate students and alumni of IGLP: The Workshop are especially encouraged to apply. While in residence in Cambridge, IGLP Fellows will have the opportunity to pursue and develop their own research as outlined in their proposal. In addition the IGLP Fellows will devote up to half of their time to assisting the IGLP Faculty Director in the planning and organizing of the Institute’s academic programs and initiatives, including the IGLP’s January Workshop in Doha and June Colloquium at Harvard. The 2013-2014 Fellows will be awarded a competitive stipend commensurate with experience. The Fellowship also includes an office at the Institute, a computer and printer, access to the Law School’s Libraries as well as other libraries at the University. With the permission of the teaching faculty member, IGLP Fellows may audit Law School courses on a non-credit basis. There is no tuition charge for auditing courses. Interested candidates should submit: – A resume or CV that clearly shows degrees received and current position, as well as your current academic affiliation – A 2-3 page description of your current research project. – Two letters of recommendation, including a letter of support from your doctoral or other academic supervisor. All Materials should be submitted electronically to  iglp at law.harvard.edu . The deadline for submissions is April 30, 2013.

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