14 January 2018

FELLOWSHIP: “Raoul Berger-Mark DeWolfe Howe Legal History Fellowship” (Harvard Law School, Academic Year 2018-2019), DEADLINE 15 FEBRUARY 2018

Harvard Law School is inviting applications for its yearly Raoul Berger-Mark DeWolfe Howe Legal History Fellowship:

Harvard Law School invites applications for the Berger-Howe Fellowship for the academic year 2018-2019.  Eligible applicants include those who have a first law degree, who have completed the required coursework for a doctorate, or who have recently been awarded a doctoral degree. A J.D. is preferred, but not required.  The purpose of the fellowship is to enable the fellow to complete a major piece of writing in the field of legal history, broadly defined. There are no limitations as to geographical area or time period. 

Fellows are expected to spend the majority of their time on their own research. They also help coordinate the Harvard Law School Legal History Colloquium, which meets four or five times each semester. Fellows are invited to present their own work at the colloquium. Fellows will be required to be in residence at the law school during the academic year (September through May). 

Applicants for the fellowship for 2018-2019 should submit their applications and supporting materials electronically to Professor Bruce H. Mann. 

Applications should outline briefly the fellow’s proposed project (no more than five typewritten pages) and include a writing sample and a curriculum vitae that gives the applicant’s educational background, publications, works in progress, and other relevant experience, accompanied by official transcripts of all academic work done at the graduate level. The applicant should arrange for two academic references to be submitted electronically. The transcripts may be sent by regular mail to Professor Mann at Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138. 

The deadline for applications is February 15, 2018, and announcement of the award will be made by March 15, 2018. 

The fellow selected will be awarded a stipend of $38,000.

More information on the proposals of past fellowship holders can be found on the website of Harvard Law School  

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