UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY TE KAUPEKA TURE FACULTY OF LAW PHD FEES SCHOLARSHIP
University of Canterbury Faculty of Law is delighted to offer one PhD scholarship commencing in 2023 to cover the student fees of the successful applicant. The scholarship is available for study in any field of law or legal studies (subject to the availability of supervision).
Interested students should apply online via https://bit.ly/3AhCYdH, supplying a CV, a copy of their academic record (including a list of publications if applicable), and a brief research proposal (around 1,500 words).
Closing date for applications: 1 November 2022 but may be awarded prior to this date.
LLM SCHOLARSHIPS IN BIOSECURITY LAW ($27000 + DOMESTIC FEES)
Kaupeka Ture | Faculty of Law at Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha | University of Canterbury, in collaboration with University of Canterbury Biosecurity Innovations, is offering two fully funded LLM projects for 2023.
The projects are in the area of biosecurity law and policy and can be undertaken by students with a law or law related undergraduate degree. The topics for the projects are:
Māori perspectives in biosecurity decision-making
Exploring the coherence of Aotearoa New Zealand’s biosecurity framework
The two scholarships cover domestic fees and include a $27000 stipend.
Please circulate the scholarships and attached posters to your final year students or any other persons who might be interested in one of the projects. For more information contact Sascha Mueller (firstname.lastname@example.org).
JOURNAL OF ALAA
The Journal of the Australasian Law Academics Association (JALAA) is an electronic double blind peer reviewed journal. Established in 2008, JALAA is published annually following the Association’s Annual Conference.
Only papers presented at the ALAA Annual Conference are eligible for submission for publication in JALAA, subject to editorial discretion and the peer-review process.
JALAA is committed to ethical publication principles.
Or visit: https://www.alaa.asn.au/jalaa