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Visiting Fellow and Researcher programme

Cambridge Centre for Animal Rights Law

Cambridge Centre for Animal Rights Law

United Kingdom (Cambridge)

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About the Role

The Cambridge Centre for Animal Rights Law invites applications for Visiting Researchers to the Centre for a period of eight weeks in Cambridge University Lent Term 2025 (21 January to 21 March).

The purpose of the programme is to enable researchers to work on and substantially complete an academic paper or book chapter which will be ready for publication shortly after their visit. Applicants need to have a clearly developed proposal. Preference will be given to candidates working on questions relating to animal rights in criminal law or criminal law theory, or private law or private law theory.

Applicants must be highly promising researchers who are in the course of completing a PhD or an equivalent qualification. (For those who have already obtained a PhD or who hold senior academic posts, we have a separate Visiting Fellows programme, with the next round of applications opening in autumn 2024 for visits in spring 2026.)

About the Organisation

The Cambridge Centre for Animal Rights Law is an academic centre of competence dedicated to the study of fundamental rights for non-human animals and is based in Cambridge, UK. The Centre builds on the success of the Talking Animals, Law & Philosophy series which has become a renowned forum for exchange of research in animal rights law ever since its inception in 2015.

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