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International Center

The conference will bring together scholars from 68 countries to share their comparative approaches and multidisciplinary knowledge civil society, philanthropy, and the nongovernmental sector. Working with researchers at FUNCIVA, as well as USD students and TBI staff, Dr. Shirk will conduct field research in Mexico, Spain, Morocco, and Gibraltar, generate research papers, and produce a final report that will serve as the basis for future publication and funding requests to support the continuation and expansion of this research initiative on comparative border experiences.

National Fellowship Program

Lee is a comparative institutional sociologist with research and teaching interests in the following areas: political sociology, social movements, economic sociology, law and society, sociology of knowledge and culture, urban and environmental sociology, and research methods.

Frank Rothman Scholars

A guaranteed, paid, first-year summer fellowship at one of the world top law firms, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher Flom in Los Angeles.

Amount: $30000
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James Anaya Award for Excellence in International Legal Scholarship Publishing Opportunity Recognizes exceptional contributions to the field of international and comparative law through dissertations and other legal writings on the topics of international or comparative law.

Banking Financial Law

Specific topics to be covered include: the roots of the law and the derivation of legal rules from those roots the respective roles of scholars, judges, executive officials and other actors in determining and enforcing rules of Islamic law judicial procedure and rules of evidence reform and the reception of Western law in the 19th and 20th centuries democracy, constitutionalism, and contemporary theories and forms of Islamic states and Islamic law in the the students.S. and other non-Muslim lands.

Constitutional Borrowing by Sam F.Halabi

While comparative law theorists have long reflected on, and struggled with, a standard disciplinary vocabulary to describe what judges do when they engage in comparative constitutional law, the existing scholarship generally distributes judges’ use of foreign precedent into one of three modes of comparative adjudication.

Constitutional Borrowing as Jurisprudential and Political Doctrine in by Sam F.Halabi

In building a stronger body of scholarship dedicated to testing theories of comparative constitutional law, this Article analyzes the Supreme Court of India’s decision in Shri D.K. Basu v.

International Law

It offers a wide range of courses that cover all major areas, including international trade and finance, human rights and immigration, the law governing war and use of force, environmental law, international litigation and arbitration, and comparative constitutional law.

Institute for International Law and Justice

The IILJ Joyce Lowinson Scholars Program is a highly selective program for students with outstanding academic backgrounds and strong international, transnational and comparative law interests.

Amount: $3000
Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition for the joint LLM program with CEU is equal to the current tuition charged by Emory Law for the full academic year. Emory Law offers fellowships and scholarships to students who qualify. Woodruff Fellowships in Law each year to men and women of exceptional character, scholastic abilities, and leadership qualities. Emory Law offers a 15% Founders Scholarship to Emory University and Emory Healthcare employees who are accepted to the JM program and enroll in Fall semester of an academic year.