Category Archives: Grants and Scholarships

‘PhD positions at the Faculty of Law (1.0 fte) Maastricht University’

“Four four year fulltime paid PhD positions are available at the Faculty of Law of Maastricht University. PhD researchers participate in the Maastricht University Graduate School of Law. They will prepare a PhD thesis in English or Dutch within the Faculty of Law’s research programme. Supervision will be provided by individually assigned senior researchers …” […]

Markets, Ethics, and the Law: Post-Doctorate Fellowships (Edmond J Safra Center for Ethics at Tel Aviv University)

The Edmond J Safra Center for Ethics at Tel Aviv University is accepting applications for its 2021-22 post-doctorate fellowship program. The Center offers grants to outstanding researchers who study the ethical, moral and political aspects of markets, local or global, real or virtual. The Center encourages applications from all disciplines and fields, including economics, social […]

‘Job: PhD positions at the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (Frankfurt)’

“The Max Planck Institute for European Legal History in Frankfurt has two calls for PhD students in: the newly established department ‘Multidisciplinary Theory of Law’ directed by Professor Dr Marietta Auer (DEADLINE: 1 December 2020); two open positions in Abteilung II („Historische Normativitätsregime“) (Direktor Professor Dr Thomas Duve) (DEADLINE: 31 December 2020) …” (more) [Filip […]

‘Open University School of Law PhD Studentships 2020’

“The Open University Law School PhD studentships are based on full-time study for three years at the Milton Keynes campus. Students are normally expected to live within commuting distance of Milton Keynes. Studentships cover tuition fees, a generous research training support grant and a stipend (circa £15,285 per annum) for 36 months …” (more) [Critical […]

University of Naples Federico II, PhD Program in Global History and Governance: 4-year doctoral fellowships

“The PhD in Global History and Governance is an advanced research degree at the end of which each student must defend a dissertation based on independent and original academic research. The course offers a multi-disciplinary training program based on history and law and open to contributions from other disciplines, such as economics and political science. […]

‘UCL Laws Widening Participation PhD scholarships open for applications’

“UCL Laws is funding two PhD studentships to commence in 2019/2020 covering fees for UK/EU or overseas students with a stipend of £18,000 per annum for three years plus an additional personal research allowance (PRA) of £750 per annum for three years …” (more) [University College London, 4 June]

‘Max Planck Institute Luxembourg: Call for Applications for PhD Scholarships’

“The Max Planck Institute Luxembourg has launched a call for applications for PhD scholarships in 2020. Advanced doctoral students working in comparative procedural law, international procedural law and adjudication are invited to apply by 31 May 2019. While proficiency in English is compulsory, the call is also open to doctoral candidates writing their thesis in […]

‘JOBS: PhD and Postdoc Scholarships, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History, Frankfurt am Main (DEADLINE 31 MAY 2019)’

“Every year we welcome numerous researchers and scholarship holders from all over the world who come to Frankfurt in order to get in touch with other researchers in a productive working atmosphere and to conduct research in our library with its many special collections …” (more) [ESCLH, 14 February]

Open University School of Law PhD Studentship 2019: Critical intersections between blockchains, law and regulation

“For the academic year beginning 1 October 2019 the Open University Law School is inviting applications for a number of full-time funded PhD studentships. The studentships are based at the Milton Keynes campus and students are normally expected to live within commuting distance of Milton Keynes …” (more) [Critical Legal Thinking, 12 February]

‘Call for applications: grants for young scholars wishing to carry out their research in Turin’

“The Department of Law of the University of Turin intends to award three early-career fellowship grants. The value of each grant is €9,000. Applications are welcome from young scholars, ideally with a PhD in law, in any field of law …” (more) [Pietro Franzina, Conflict of Laws .net, 16 January]