Since its inception in 2006, the number of Fellowships awarded each year has been determined by available funds. Applicants for Fellowships must have difficult, original work that focuses on progressive and alternative concepts in international law. The IGLP tries to provide possibilities for unique ideas to develop, as this type of work is frequently not supported by mainstream institutional resources.
IGLP Fellows are important members of the Institute who contribute programming expertise and help with the execution of our conferences and workshops.
Who is it intended for?
Interested doctoral and post-doctoral researchers working in the fields of global law, economic policy, and social justice are encouraged to apply.
Alumni of IGLP Workshops are urged to apply in particular.
Advantages and Benefits
- Fellows get a competitive salary that is commensurate with their experience and takes into account any other research support they may have.
- The Fellowship also provides a shared office at the Institute, as well as a computer and printer, as well as access to the Law School’s and other Harvard libraries.
- IGLP Fellows may audit Law School courses for non-credit with the permission of the teaching faculty member.
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