The Edwards Fellowship supports outstanding Chinese legal scholars and teachers in Chinese Law at Center for Chinese Legal Studies, Columbia Law School, USA
Study Subject(s):Chinese Law
Scholarship Provider: Columbia Law School
The award can be taken at: USA
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* Have strong English language skills; * Be engaged in full-time law teaching or academic research; * Be 35 years of age or younger OR be engaged in full-time research or law teaching for less than five years, and who will, by the start of their period as a fellow, have been engaged in full-time research or law teaching for at least one year (full-time students will generally not be considered); * Have not previously studied or conducted research for an extended period in the United States.
Scholarship Open for International Students: No
Description: Columbia Law School invites applications for the R. Randle Edwards Fellowship in Chinese Law for the academic year 2012-2013. The Edwards Fellowship supports outstanding Chinese legal scholars and teachers who wish to spend a period in residence at Columbia Law School and conduct research under the direction of Columbia’s Center for Chinese Legal Studies. It is expected that three Edwards Fellowships will be awarded for the 2012-2013 academic year. Fellows are typically required to spend one semester (September to December or January to May) at Columbia, although applications for shorter stays may be considered. Each Edwards Fellow receives a stipend and is reimbursed for the cost of roundtrip airfare to New York. The Edwards Fellowship was established to honor Professor emeritus R. Randle Edwards, who was the founder and director of the Center for Chinese Legal Studies until his retirement in 2002.
How to Apply: By Post
application Deadline: March 1, 2012