The Center on Global Governance at Columbia Law School invites applications from visiting scholars for the Spring and Fall terms.
The center welcomes applications from scholars at U.S. or foreign law schools interested in spending a semester in residence at Columbia Law School to undertake research and writing on a topic that is of interest to the center. Prospective visiting scholars should be engaged in writing dissertations or equivalent book-length projects and should be willing to present their projects during a public event at Columbia Law School during the course of their stay. Visiting scholars also will be expected to assist in center events held during their stay, including public lectures and academic conferences.
All applications to the Visiting Scholars and Research Fellows program are managed through Columbia Law School's Office of International Programs. Do not submit visiting scholar applications directly to the center.
Interested candidates should see the following website for more information on the application process:
Visiting Scholar & Research Fellow Program