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Hauser Research Scholars

The Hauser Global Law School Program at New York University School of Law is pleased to announce scholarship opportunities for junior academics who wish to spend a year in residence at the Law School engaging in research and producing a significant piece of original, publishable scholarship.


The primary mission of the Hauser Research Scholars Program is to facilitate the production of original, publishable legal scholarship by academics at the beginning of their university careers. Our aim is to provide funding and support to such people so that they can dedicate themselves in an academic environment towards completing a significant scholarly project. The Hauser Global Law School Program plans to integrate the scholarly projects of Hauser Research Scholars with the work of colloquia, centers and seminars which are at the core of the intellectual life of the Law School.

The Hauser Research Scholars Program is open to non-US junior academics from outside of the United States who wish to spend a full academic year at NYU School of Law working on a major piece of legal scholarship. Preference will be given to candidates who have already secured a position at a university. Candidates must be on “tenure track” at their home university.

All Hauser Research Scholars must complete a significant piece of original, publishable legal scholarship in English during their year in residence at NYU School of Law. Scholars must present an early draft at the Global Fellows Forum. Completed papers will be considered for publication as a Hauser Global Law School Work Paper.

All Hauser Research Scholars are required to be in residence at the Law School for the full academic year (fall and spring semesters). Recipients will be expected to fully participate in the intellectual life of the Law School. They must attend and participate in the Global Fellows Forum, schedule in regular intervals throughout the year, and are encouraged to participate in colloquia, seminars and other such events within their areas of interest. Appointment as a Hauser Research Scholar will be incompatible with any concurrent appointment or engagement (i.e. practice, fellowships, teaching, etc.) outside the Law School during the full academic year.
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