Every year we welcome a number of visiting scholars who wish to pursue their own research projects and join in the academic life at the School of Law for a minimum of one month, and a maximum of one year.
The visiting scholars scheme is for established scholars (including academics, practitioners and judges) who wish to join the School of Law during a period of sabbatical leave from their usual place of work or home institution. Visiting scholars are provided with IT facilities, library access and, where possible, hot-desk or office space.
These are non-stipendiary positions. Depending on the length of stay, a fee may be charged.
|Fees for Visiting Scholars (LAW1000H / CCLS2000H)|
|Duration of Visit||Fee in £ (fees are taxed)|
|Up to one month||360|
|Up to two months||720|
|Full year (12 months)||4,310|
All applications should be sent to email@example.com and should include a CV, a detailed research proposal and an indication of date and length of your proposed visit and your reason for wishing to visit the School of Law.
|Application deadline||Visit start date|
|2 October 2019||January 2020|
|8 January 2020||April 2020|
|2 April 2020||July 2020|
|2 July 2020||September 2020|
Successful applicants will be appointed an academic contact within the School of Law. The contact person will usually be an academic in the same area of research. Depending on the length of a visit, a visiting scholar will typically meet their contact a few times during their stay.
As a visiting scholar to the School of Law, you will be welcome to attend staff and doctoral seminars or presentations, as well as other research events. These events may take place on either or both campuses – Mile End (Department of Law) and Lincoln’s Inn Fields (CCLS).
Visiting Research Students are registered by the college as Associate Students. You will have access to the same range of facilities as standard PhD students including:
Visiting Research Students are not entitled to apply for funding for travel grants and conferences or studentships of any kind.