Osgoode's IFLS is accepting fellowship applications for the 2022-23 academic year.
This fellowship supports the work of young and mid-career scholars from around the world by providing an intellectual community, shared physical space (for those candidates who choose to visit Osgoode in-person), academic engagement with research presentations, access to York libraries, and under certain circumstances modest financial support for very specific research projects conducted during the fellowship stint. Such financial support requires a separate application during the fellowship. Fellowship time is flexible, ranging from a month to a full semester (from September 1 2022 to April 30 2023) and could be virtual or in-person depending on the candidates' preference.
The fellowship is open to scholars working in the areas of law, feminism and public policy, broadly interpreted. Fellows are expected to finish or make significant progress on an existing research project toward publication and make an academic presentation during their time at Osgoode. Fellows are also expected to participate actively in the Institute's events. Researchers interested in feminism and disability and women and property are particularly encouraged to apply.
The Institute is delighted to welcome Visitors to the law school. Visitors are usually at Osgoode for 2-5 days, although longer and shorter visits can be negotiated with the IFLS Director.
Since 2002 we have hosted scholars from across Canada and around the world.
To contact the IFLS about a possible visit, please email the Institute’s Coordinator, Lielle Gonsalves at email@example.com. Visiting Fellowship application form.
More information about Osgoode’s visitor program:
Osgoode’s Visitors program is generally described here.
Osgoode Hall Law School’s main page is here.
York University’s main page is here.