Visiting Professors & Research Fellows
Visiting Research Scholar Applications
The School of Law welcomes applications for visiting scholars in all the areas of the School’s expertise. Details of the research interests of members of the Law School can be found: here
Applications for periods of up to one month are considered by the Head of School only, and must be proposed by a member of the Law School’s academic staff. These applications should be emailed to the Head of School by the proposing member of the School’s academic staff.
Research visits are normally for up to three months, but longer stays will be considered. Applications for research visits of over one month are considered by the School’s Research Committee. The application form must be signed by a proposing member of the Law School’s academic staff. In all cases, the support of a member of academic staff at the Law School is required to make an application. These applications should be emailed to the Director of Research by the proposing member of the School’s academic staff.
Our Visiting Research Application Form can be accessed here. There are two annual deadlines for submission of applications: 30 September and 30 MarchVisitors who apply by September will be notified of the outcome by the end of January and visitors who apply by 30 March will be notified of the outcome by no later than the end of May. Submitted applications received by the Law School from prospective research visitors are considered by the Research Committee and Head of School between September-April each academic year. Early applications are encouraged and in any event no less than three months before arrival date to allow time for processing relevant paperwork.
*NOTE* The School of Law is unable to accept visiting applications from postgraduate research students (other than through direct participation in the LERU European Exchange Programme for participating Law Schools). For queries on LERU exchanges from other LERU universities please contact your own university and email@example.com. Postgraduate students from non-LERU partner universities and researchers may directly apply to the Library for independent access the University's Library. The Law School has no role in relation to Library access which should be organised directly with the University's Library.