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Visiting Scholars Program

The Visiting Scholars Program is open to all professors, researchers and graduate students who wish to visit for any period of time – from weeks to months – at the Faculty of Law.

The Visiting Scholars Program is open to all professors, researchers and graduate students who wish to visit for any period of time – from weeks to months – at the Faculty of Law. The Faculty of Law cannot provide office space but can provide access to library and internet services, participation in our abundant and enriching lecture series, and connections to our vibrant research community.

Applicants to the Visiting Scholars Program must have secured their own funds for travel and accommodation and be recommended by a faculty member who is willing to serve as their contact person. If the applicant's first language is not English, French or an Indigenous language, they will be required to produce evidence of proficiency in one of those languages or a faculty contact person who is willing and able to provide supervision and support. 

Application procedures

  • Fall semester (September-November) applications are due July 1st.
     
  • Winter Semester (February-April) applications are due November 1st.

All prospective applicants must submit an application form and the supporting materials:

  1. Completed Visiting Scholar Program Application Form
  2. CV, complete with publications
  3. One-page research proposal
  4. One Letter of Reference in support of the application

Applicants whose first language is not English, French or an Indigenous language must provide evidence of proficiency in one of these languages or a faculty contact person who will facilitate their visit.

Applications should be sent to the attention of the Vice-Dean, Research, Jennifer Quaid.

Submit your application
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