Fellowship: The Straus Institute

September 13, 2013 at 6:30 pm Leave a comment

Each year The Straus Institute welcomes a critical mass of scholars of the highest quality as Fellows who spend ten months working on individual projects falling within the mission of The Straus Institute.   Fellows contribute to the intellectual life of NYU School of Law and the wider community through various fora and an annual conference.  Fellows receive a living stipend currently set at US$100,000, as well as private office space.  For more details, go here.

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