Incoming and Current Students
NYU School of Law has a scholarship program to support students interested in pursuing an academic career. For more information please visit the Furman Program website.
Lawrence Lederman Fellowships in Law and Economics
The Lederman Fellowship Program aims to foster student research in law & economics and to create an environment that fosters collaboration among students and faculty interested in law & economics.
Lederman Fellows receive a $5,000 fellowship to write a research paper under the close supervision of a faculty member.
Lederman Fellows take a series of courses that provide a foundation in the concepts and methodologies of law & economics. The centerpiece of the fellowship program is a research paper in law & economics that each fellow will develop, advised by a NYU faculty member. Fellows participate in a series of workshops and colloquium meetings in which they present their work to the faculty directors and other fellows.
Each year at graduation, the Law School offers a prize to the best paper in Law and Economics. Fellows may participate in this contest as well.
The deadline for submitting applications is: November 10, 2015.
Applications should be submitted electronically to Michelle Austin, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Law and Economics Prize
The Center for Law, Economics, and Organization will award an annual prize for best student paper in law and economics. Nominations, by faculty members who supervised high-quality student papers, should be submitted to Brette Weinkle, Vanderbilt Hall, Room 411 in the Spring.