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Two Graduate Teaching Assistantships Announced in the School of Law

We are pleased to open the next round of applications for prospective MPhil and PhD students wishing to apply for the Ronnie Warrington Teaching Assistantships.

We are pleased to open the next round of applications for prospective MPhil and PhD students wishing to apply for the Ronnie Warrington Teaching Assistantships.

Set up to commemorate the contribution of Dr Ronnie Warrington to legal scholarship and education, and to the establishment of the School of Law, the scheme invites proposals that aim to build on the School’s significant reputation for critical legal scholarship in the following areas:

  • The relationship between law and the arts, in particular literature, violence and aesthetics, and creativity;
  • The intersection between law, migration and changing/evolving conceptions of the family;
  • Criminology.

The Ronnie Warrington award covers the cost of tuition fees for one home/EU student and one overseas student, and includes a stipend for the teaching assistantship.

The deadline for applications is Friday 29th April. For further information and details on how to apply, please follow the links below.

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