PhD Scholarships Available at Melbourne Law Scool on Indian Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law

by | Sep 28, 2018

Applications are invited from suitably qualified scholars for a PhD scholarship at Melbourne Law School (MLS) on any aspect of Indian equality or anti-discrimination law. Comparative law research proposals are welcome, provided they have a significant Indian law dimension. The successful candidate will be jointly supervised by Associate Professor Tarunabh Khaitan. Funding for the scholarship is provided by Melbourne Law School and the Letten Prize awarded to Associate Professor Khaitan in 2018. Facilitation of co-supervision from non-law disciplines will be considered for interdisciplinary proposals. The deadline for applying is 2 November 2018.
The successful candidate will also receive automatic entry into the Melbourne Social Equity Institute’s Doctoral Academy.
Applications from traditionally under-represented groups in legal academy are especially welcome.
This PhD scholarship is available to a high achieving domestic (Australian national) or international student.
More information on the PhD scholarship can be found here.

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