Visiting Fellowships in Comparative Constitutional Law

by | Aug 10, 2017

The Laureate Program in Constitutional Law, led by Professor Adrienne Stone, ARC Kathleen Fitzpatrick Australian Laureate Fellow, and funded by the Australian Research Council, and is delighted to announce that applications are open for the 2018 Laureate Visiting Fellowship mentoring scheme.

The Fellowships are designed to enable a number of outstanding female doctoral and early career researchers to visit Melbourne Law School and work with Professor Stone’s Laureate Program in Constitutional Law, for up to two months. The Laureate program entitled Balancing Diversity and Social Cohesion in Democratic Constitutions, brings together leading scholars in law to enhance the capacity of constitutional law.

Funding of up to $3000 is available for Laureate Visiting Fellows in Comparative Constitutional Law, towards the costs of travel to, and accommodation in, Melbourne.  The amount will be allocated on a case by case basis. As such, applicants should consider the cost implication before applying, as there may be out-of-pocket expenses not covered by the Fellowship. Visiting fellows from outside Australia are responsible for obtaining and funding any necessary visas.

Applications close on 1 October 2018.

For more information about how to apply, visit our website

Share this:

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Related Content

Friday in Focus: Arushi Garg

Friday in Focus: Arushi Garg

I am currently a Stipendiary Lecturer in law at St Hilda’s College, Oxford. Simultaneously, I am a D Phil ...
OxHRH Associate Tarun Khaitan Awarded the 2018 Letten Prize

OxHRH Associate Tarun Khaitan Awarded the 2018 Letten Prize

On 20 March 2018, the Letten Prize for young researchers was launched by Letten Foundation and the Young Academy ...
Human Rights Centre in Timor-Leste selected as success story by the European Union

Human Rights Centre in Timor-Leste selected as success story by the European Union

The Global Campus of Human Rights is very proud to announce that, on June 15th, the European Union selected the ...