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  • University of Birmingham | Birmingham, England | 7 days ago

    Main duties 1. Support the research grant application process within the College of Arts and Law. Be responsible for technical plans of new bids, their suitability, accuracy and applicability. 2

  • University of Manchester | Manchester, England | about 12 hours ago

    Type of award Studentship Managing department School of Law Value Payment of tuition fees at the standard RCUK rate Maintenance stipend £14,553 p.a. Access to a Research Training Support Grant

  • University of Manchester | Manchester, England | about 15 hours ago

    Type of award Bursary Managing department School of Law Value 20% Loyalty discount towards annual tuition fees Specified use Contribution towards tuition fees for self-sponsored students only

  • University of St. Thomas | Minneapolis, Minnesota | 2 months ago

    Legal Services, beginning in July of 2017. The fellowship position is designed for a 2017 graduate of the University of St. Thomas School of Law who has shown a demonstrated commitment to public service

  • Open Society Foundations | about 7 hours ago

    The PROL awards are merit-based and open to lawyers or law graduates normally resident in the West Bank (including East Jerusalem) and Gaza Strip who are proficient in spoken and written English and

  • University of Technology Sydney | about 23 hours ago

    The Sir Robert Menzies Memorial Foundation is offering two post-graduate scholarships in law: the Sir Robert Menzies Memorial Scholarship in Law and the Sir Ninian Stephen Menzies Scholarship in

  • Victoria University of Wellington | 11 days ago

    Professor Tony Angelo, of the Victoria University Law Faculty, and the countries of the South Pacific. Purpose of award In particular, the scholarship recognises his close involvement with the development

  • Massey University | about 13 hours ago

    Closing date: 01/03/2018 In 1997 the Trustees of the New Zealand Law Foundation unanimously determined to mark the centenary of the admission of Ethel Benjamin as the first woman barrister and

  • The University of Alabama | Tuscaloosa, Alabama | about 11 hours ago

    against because of their protected status. Applicants to and employees of this institution are protected under Federal law from discrimination on several bases. Follow the link below to find out more. “EEO

  • University of Leicester | City of Leicester, England | about 1 hour ago

    to demonstrate an up-to-date and comprehensive knowledge of employment law as well as providing evidence as to how you have applied this in operational situations.  With significant experience of handling

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