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Columbia Law's GCSL Now Accepting Applications for Sabbatical Visitors!

Deadline April 15.  Tell your friend to apply if you don’t think it’s your year. What a great opportunity.

The Center for Gender and Sexuality Law at Columbia Law School invites applications for Sabbatical Visitors for the 2013-2014 academic year to undertake research, writing and collaboration with Center faculty and students in ways that span traditional academic disciplines. The CGSL welcomes applications from faculty from any field who are interested in spending a semester or the academic year in residence at Columbia Law School working on scholarly projects relating to Gender and/or Sexuality Law.

Sabbatical visitors will receive an office with phone and computer, secretarial support and full access to university libraries, computer systems and recreational facilities. In addition, Sabbatical Visitors will be expected to participate in CGSL activities and present a paper at the Center’s Colloquium Series.

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opportunities for sabbaticants & doctoral students: East Coast Edition

Sabbatical coming up? Doctoral student in your third year? Think about these opportunities at Schulich (Dalhousie) school of law in Halifax.  Great community out there, feminists (for instance, the Dean, and two new faculty members, here and here) abound in many substantive areas (not just law of the sea), Halifax is lovely (the OCEAN), and other non ocean related goodness as well.

Schulich Distinguished Visiting Scholar: Call for Expressions of Interest (2013‐2014)
The Schulich Distinguished Visiting Scholar, an academic with an established record of scholarly achievement, will be
expected to enliven the intellectual life of the faculty by participating in our scholarly activities (giving a public seminar
or lecture) and by teaching one course (to be determined in consultation with the Dean). He or she will be expected to
spend a minimum of one term (either September through December or January through April) at the Schulich School of
Law at Dalhousie University and may spend the academic year.
The Schulich Visiting Scholar will receive a stipend of up to $20,000. For more information & how to apply click here (pdf).

The Schulich Fellowship: Call for Expressions of Interest
The Schulich Fellow is expected to participate actively in the intellectual life of the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie
University in a way that supports his or her development as a scholar and teacher. The Schulich Fellow is expected to teach
up to six credits (possibly in the first year program) and to participate actively in the scholarly activities of the faculty,
including by participating in the faculty seminar series. It is anticipated that he or she will be working toward publishing parts
of his or her graduate work and conducting new research. It is not anticipated that the Fellow will carry administrative
responsibilities. The Fellow is expected to be in residence at the School from the beginning of August 2013 through the end of
May 2014.
Applications will be adjudicated on a combination of academic record (including research productivity) and the fit between
the applicant’s research and teaching interests and the clusters of research and teaching at the School. Applicants are
expected to be doctoral students in at least their third year of their doctoral studies.
The Schulich Fellow will receive a stipend of up to $40,000.   For more information & how to apply click here (pdf).

Learn more about Claire Mummé, Osgoode doctoral candidate and inaugural Schulich fellow, here.