The Centre for Innovation Law and Policy sponsors a minimum of five Graduate Fellowships each year of up to $25,000 each.
Examples of subject areas that Centre Fellows might explore include:
Centre Fellows will be expected to make a significant contribution to the activities of the Centre, such as by assisting with conferences or similar events, becoming involved in networking, policy advisory or teaching initiatives of the Centre or assisting in the development of new Centre activities.
The Associate Dean (Graduate Studies) determines recipients of Centre Fellowships and award amounts based on academic promise, financial need and consultation with Faculty members associated with the Centre.
Centre Fellowships for SJD candidates may be granted for more than one year (to a maximum of three), provided that the recipient's research is progressing well and that the recipient continues to contribute to the activities of the Centre.
A fellow's contribution will usually amount to approximately five hours per week.
For questions, contact: law.graduate [at] utoronto.ca.
For more information, see; Graduate Fellowships in Innovation Law and Policy - College scholarships