Global Fellows

Mauro Cappelletti Global Fellowship in Comparative Law

The Hauser Global Law School Program at NYU School of Law announces the establishment of The Mauro Cappelletti Global Fellowship in Comparative Law.

Mauro Cappelletti (1927-2004) was one of the giants of 20th Century comparative law. His work in comparative civil procedure, comparative constitutional law, Access to Justice, the sociology of law and European integration have left an indelible mark on their respective fields. This legacy lives on, too, through Professor Cappelletti's numerous students who occupy academic positions throughout the world, including New York University School of Law.

The Mauro Cappelletti Global Fellowship in Comparative Law necessitates the same conditions of application as the Global Research Fellowship but will specifically be awarded to one candidate whose research proposal falls into the field of comparative constitutional law, comparative civil procedure, Access to Justice, the sociology of law or European integration.

Neil MacCormick Fellowship in Legal Theory

The Hauser Global Law School Program at NYU School of Law announces the establishment of The Neil MacCormick Fellowship in Legal Theory.

Sir Neil MacCormick (1941-2009) was a preeminent figure in jurisprudence, legal philosophy and legal theory.  He was the Regius Professor of Public Law at Edinburgh University for 36 years, and wrote prolifically in legal theory, European law and theory, and Scottish nationalism.

The Neil MacCormick Fellowship in Legal Theory necessitates the same conditions of application as the Global Research Fellowship but will specifically be awarded to one candidate who is researching in legal theory, European law and theory, or public law.

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