University of California Visiting Scholars Program for International Law and Social Science Students is open for . The scholarship allows level programm(s) in the field of taught at . The deadline of the scholarship is .
The Center for the Study of Law and Society (CSLS) fosters empirical research and theoretical analysis concerning legal institutions, legal processes, legal change, and the social consequences of law.
Closely linked to the School of Law, CSLS creates a multidisciplinary milieu with a faculty of distinguished socio-legal scholars in sociology of law, political science, criminal justice studies, law and economics, legal history, law and psychology, and legal and social philosophy, along with visiting socio-legal scholars from the United States and around the world.
Course(s) Offered: Law, Social sciences, Other related fields
Course Level: Graduate (research)
Country to Study in: USA
Berkeley Law is able to accommodate a limited number of visiting scholars each year to engage in significant independent legal research projects. The Center for the Study of Law and Society invites applications for visiting scholars for 2016-2017.
Citizens of ALL countries (from the United States and around the world)
Center for the Study of Law & Society (CSLS), Berkeley School of Law at University of California; USA
Fields of study
CSLS welcomes visiting scholars annually in a range of disciplines, including:
Number of awards
Not specified for any year.
In recent years, CSLS has welcomed some 25 visiting scholars annually from the U.S. and many other countries. In 2011-2012, for example, 23 visiting scholars gathered at the Center from the U.S. (9), Europe (7), Middle East (1), Mexico (1) and Asia (5).
The Center will consider applications for periods of time that vary from one month duration to the full academic year.
Among the benefits of being a visiting scholar at the Center for the Study of Law and Society are:
Unfortunately, the Center cannot offer stipends or other financial assistance.
Monthly minimum requirements for foreign exchange scholars are: $1600 per month for the J-1 scholar, $500 per month for the J-2 spouse, $200 per month for each J-2 child.
Method of Application
Prospective scholars may apply to the program under one of two categories of visiting scholars: 1) Senior Visiting Scholars – professors, government and law professionals; 2) Visiting Researchers – Ph.D. students working under the supervision of a Berkeley Law faculty member.
The visiting scholar application process consists of three parts: 1) Law School acceptance, 2) UC Berkeley Graduate Division (VSPA) approval, and 3) Berkeley International Office approval for J-1 Exchange Visitor Visa.
Please submit your application by the deadline date below by e-mail to [email protected]; OR by postal mail to: Visiting Scholars Program, Center for the Study of Law and Society, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720-2150.
It is important to visit the official website (link to it is below) for complete Admission and other important information about this award.
The deadline date for submission of application for 2016-2017 is November 16, 2015
The Visiting Scholars Program is one of CSLS’s most important and fruitful activities, enriching current scholarship and stimulating new research ideas in a “unique interdisciplinary and international research environment,” in the words of one recent visitor to the School.
Application Deadline: 16 November 2015
Open to International Applicants: Yes
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University of California Visiting Scholars Program for International Law and Social Science Students is available to undertake level programs at .
Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.
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