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International Visiting Scholars & Researchers

The Penn Law Visiting Scholar and Visiting Researcher Program is intended to accommodate legal professionals who wish to spend a limited period of time at the Law School pursuing research on a particular topic.

 

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       Interview with former Penn Law Visiting Scholar Angus Corbett.

 

We believe that the intellectual lives of Penn Law faculty and students are enriched by the academic and regional diversity our visitors, and we invite applications from both domestic and international scholars and practitioners.

This program is designed to accommodate international visitors with a broad range of legal experience and qualifications. Visiting Scholars are generally those with a faculty appointment at their home institution or equivalent professional status (e.g., experienced jurists, government officials, and senior practitioners). Visiting Researchers are typically doctoral degree candidates, younger professionals and others who are at the beginning of a promising legal career.

The integration of visitors into the Penn Law community is a central goal of this program.  As a result, Visiting Scholars and Researchers may be invited to attend faculty events, ad hoc workshops, legal studies conferences, and colloquia hosted by groups such as the Institute for Law and Economics.

Visitors may also be given the opportunity to present their research along with fellow scholars at a monthly workshop series.

How the Program Works

Information on the application process, program logistics, fees, and immigration details.

Read about Current and Former Scholars

Learn more about the backgrounds and research projects of recent Visiting Scholars and Researchers at Penn Law.

  

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