Promotion in Rechtswissenschaften

Promotion in Rechtswissenschaften

Forschungsschwerpunkte

Innerhalb der Rechtswissenschaften gibt es verschiedene Möglichkeiten der Spezialisierung. Folgende Forschungsbereiche lassen sich unter anderem diesem Studienfeld zuordnen:

  • Corporate Governance
  • Coastal & Marine Law
  • Criminal Law & Social Justice
  • Human & Civil Rights
  • Environmental Law
  • Feminist Legal Studies
  • Intellectual & Cultural Property
  • International, Transnational & Comparative Law
  • International Trade & Maritime Law
  • Legal Theory and Jurisprudence
  • Law, Science & Technology
  • Social & Welfare Law
  • Terrorism & Counterterrorism Law
  • Private, Commercial & Corporate Law

Dein genaues Forschungsthema kannst du in direkter Absprache mit den potentiellen Supervisor:innen abstimmen.

Auswahl möglicher Forschungsprojekte in Australien

University:University of Sydney 
Faculty:University of Sydney Law School
Title:Judge Ralph J Perdriau International Scholarship in Common Law
Project Start Date:01.03.2022
Application Deadline:01.11.2021
Supervisor Name:Please browse your research opportunity via Research Supervisor Connect
Location (City/Campus):Sydney
Project Description:

This prestigious tuition fee and stipend scholarship supports international students from the Sydney Law School, including additional student fees and health cover.

www.sydney.edu.au/scholarships/b/common-law.html

Details:
-Tuition fees, SSAF, OSHC, stipend ($35,629AUD/year)
-International student
-Applied for a PhD or LLM by research in the Sydney Law School
-Conduct research in common law
-Hold an honours or master's degree in law

Funding Information:

This scholarship will provide a stipend allowance equivalent to the University of Sydney’s Research Training Program (RTP) Stipend rate (indexed on 1 January each year).

Academic course fees and the Student Services Amenities fee (SSAF) are also provided.

The scholarship will also cover the cost of a standard Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for a successful international applicant (single cover only) for the normal full-time duration of their higher degree studies at the time of award.

Stipend allowance duration:

-Up to 1.75 years for a successful full-time LLM by Research recipient. No extension is possible.

-Up to 3 years for a successful full-time PhD recipient, with a possible extension of 6 months.

Academic course fees and SSAF duration:

-Up to 7 research periods for a successful full-time LLM by Research recipient. No extension is possible

-Up to 12 research periods for a successful full-time PhD recipient, with a possible extension of 2 research periods.

Categories : PhD Law | SYD Projects
University:University of Sydney 
Faculty:University of Sydney Law School
Title:John O'Brien Memorial Research Scholarship in Criminal Law and Criminology
Project Start Date:01.03.2022
Application Deadline:01.11.2021
Supervisor Name:Please browse your research opportunity via Research Supervisor Connect
Location (City/Campus):Sydney
Project Description:

This scholarship aims to support research students at the University of Sydney Law School who are undertaking research in criminal law and/or criminology.

www.sydney.edu.au/scholarships/b/john-obrien-memorial-research-scholarship-in-criminology.html

Details:
-University of Sydney RTP stipend rate ($35,629 AUD/year)
-PhD, MCrim (Research) or LLM (Research) student
-Research criminal law and/or criminology
-Hold an honours degree or master's degree in law or a relevant discipline

Funding Information:

The scholarship will provide a stipend allowance equivalent to the University of Sydney's Research Training Program (RTP) stipend rate (indexed on 1 January each year) for:

up to 1.75 years for a successful full-time Master of Criminology (MCrim) by research or Master of Laws (LLM) by research recipient
up to 3 years for a successful full-time Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) recipient.
Recipients enrolled part-time will be provided with a stipend allowance equivalent to 50 percent of the full-time stipend rate, for up to 3.5 years for MCrim by research or LLM by research, or up to 6 years for PhD.

Special Requirements:

Note: The scholarship is subject to satisfactory academic performance. Extensions are possible as per Terms and Conditions.

Categories : PhD Law | SYD Projects
University:University of Sydney 
Faculty:University of Sydney Law School
Title:The George and Matilda Harris Scholarship (for research students)
Project Start Date:01.03.2022
Application Deadline:01.11.2021
Supervisor Name:Please browse your research opportunity via Research Supervisor Connect
Location (City/Campus):Sydney
Project Description:

Stipend allowance for Master of Criminology (Research), Master of Laws (Research) or PhD students in the University of Sydney Law School.

www.sydney.edu.au/scholarships/b/the-george-and-matilda-harris-scholarship-for-research-students.html

Details:
-University of Sydney RTP stipend rate ($35,629AUD/year)
-PhD, MCrim (Research) or LLM (Research) student
-Willingness to conduct research in law
-Hold an honours degree or master's degree in law

Funding Information:

The scholarship will provide a stipend allowance equivalent to the University of Sydney's Research Training Program (RTP) stipend rate (indexed on 1 January each year) for:

-up to 1.75 years for a successful full-time Master of Criminology (MCrim) (Research) or Master of Laws (LLM) (Research) recipient

-up to three years for a successful full-time Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) recipient.

-Recipients enrolled part-time will be provided with a stipend allowance equivalent to 50 percent of the full-time stipend rate, for up to 3.5 years for MCrim (Research) or LLM (Research), or up to six years for PhD.

Special Requirements:

Note: The scholarship is subject to satisfactory academic performance. Extensions are possible as per Terms and Conditions.

Academic tuition fees and the Student Services Amenities Fee are not covered by this scholarship for an international recipient.

Categories : PhD Law | SYD Projects
University:University of Sydney 
Faculty:University of Sydney Law School
Title:WA Cooke, Jane Cooke and Alfred Godfrey Scholarship (Primary)
Project Start Date:01.03.2022
Application Deadline:01.11.2021
Supervisor Name:Please browse your research opportunity via Research Supervisor Connect
Location (City/Campus):Sydney
Project Description:

Stipend allowance for up to three years for a postgraduate research student to conduct research in the University of Sydney Law School.

www.sydney.edu.au/scholarships/b/wa-cooke-jane-cooke-and-alfred-godfrey-scholarship-primary.html

Details:
-University of Sydney RTP stipend rate ($35,629AUD/year)
-PhD, MCrim (Research) or LLM (Research) full-time student
-Willingness to conduct research in law
-Hold an honours or master's degree in law

Funding Information:

The scholarship will provide a stipend allowance equivalent to the University of Sydney’s Research Training Program (RTP) stipend rate (indexed on 1 January each year), subject to satisfactory academic performance, as per below duration:

-up to 1.75 years for a successful full-time MCrim (Research) or LLM (Research) recipient. No extension is possible.

-up to three years for a successful full-time PhD recipient, with a possible extension of six months.

Categories : PhD Law | SYD Projects
University:University of Sydney 
Faculty:University of Sydney Law School
Title:The Julian Small Research Scholarship in Labour Law
Project Start Date:01.03.2022
Application Deadline:01.11.2021
Supervisor Name:Please browse your research opportunity via Research Supervisor Connect
Location (City/Campus):Sydney
Project Description:www.sydney.edu.au/scholarships/b/julian-small-scholarship.html
Funding Information:

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) recipients will be provided with an annual stipend allowance equivalent to the University of Sydney's Research Training Program (RTP) stipend per year for up to 3 years with a possible extension of 6 months.
-Masters of Laws (LLM) by research recipients will be provided with an annual stipend allowance equivalent to the University of Sydney's RTP stipend per annum for up to 1.75 years. No extension is possible.

-Academic tuition fees and the Student Services Amenities Fee are not covered by this scholarship for an international recipient.

Special Requirements:

Note: The scholarship is subject to satisfactory academic performance. 

Categories : PhD Law | SYD Projects
University:University of Sydney 
Faculty:University of Sydney Law School
Title:Postgraduate Research Scholarship in Law and Transnational Regulation 
Project Start Date:01.03.2022
Application Deadline:01.11.2021
Supervisor Name:Please browse your research opportunity via Research Supervisor Connect
Location (City/Campus):Sydney
Project Description:Up to $85,836 scholarship to a PhD student at the Sydney Law School to research the effects of transnational financial regulation in Australia.

www.sydney.edu.au/scholarships/b/law-and-transnational-regulation.html
Funding Information:

Details:
-$28,612 AUD p.a. (up to 3 years)
-Full-time PhD student at the Sydney Law School
-Hold an honours or master's degree
-Research on the effects of transnational financial regulation in Australia 

Special Requirements:

Note: The scholarship is subject to satisfactory academic performance. No extensions possible.

Categories : PhD Law | SYD Projects
University:University of Sydney 
Faculty:University of Sydney Law School
Title:Reca Stone Postgraduate Scholarship in Legal Theory (Primary)
Project Start Date:01.03.2022
Application Deadline:01.11.2021
Supervisor Name:Please browse your research opportunity via Research Supervisor Connect
Location (City/Campus):Sydney
Project Description:

Supporting postgraduate research in the field of legal theory.

www.sydney.edu.au/scholarships/b/reca-stone-scholarship.html

Details:
-University of Sydney RTP stipend rate ($35,629AUD/year)
-Full-time PhD student
-Conduct research in the discipline of legal theory
-Hold an honours degree or master's degree in law

Funding Information:

The scholarship will provide an annual stipend allowance equivalent to the University of Sydney's Research Training Program (RTP) stipend for up to 3 years with a possible six months extension.

Academic tuition fees and the Student Services Amenities Fee (SSAF) are not covered by this scholarship for an international recipient.

Special Requirements:

Note: The scholarship is subject to satisfactory academic performance. 

Categories : PhD Law | SYD Projects
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University:Griffith University
Faculty:Griffith Criminology Institute
Project Start Date:01.02.2022
Application Deadline:31.01.2022
Supervisor Name:Dr Stacy Tzoumakis
Location (City/Campus):Gold Coast Campus
Project Description:

The Griffith Criminology Institute (GCI) is one of the largest, most vibrant, and high-performing criminology communities in the world. GCI researchers produce cutting-edge research helping to create safe, well-governed and equitable societies. The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice is the top-ranked university for Criminology and Law in Australia in the Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2020. Griffith was one of only two universities in Australia to be awarded a rating of "well above world standard" in criminology research.

We are currently recruiting a PhD candidate to undertake research on gender-specific risk and protective factors associated with criminal victimisation and offending. The primary focus of this role will be to understand how early family, individual, and school factors can be targeted to prevent victimisation and offending among vulnerable male and female young people, with a particular focus on young people involved with child protective services. Success in this role requires the quantitative analysis of data drawn from a large multi-agency, intergenerational record linkage study of an Australian population cohort. This project will involve collaboration with a multidisciplinary team of researchers.

Funding InformationThe 2021 Griffith University Postgraduate Research Scholarship has an annual stipend of $28,597 (indexed) for a period of up to three years of full-time study. Please see the GUPRS Conditions of Award for more information.

RTP scholarships are available to domestic and overseas students enrolled in an accredited HDR course at an Australian HEP. More information
Special Requirements

Expressions of interest are welcome from domestic and onshore international applicants and international applicants willing to apply for a travel exemption to commence the program onshore. If you are an international applicant who is currently offshore please consider the viability of applying for a travel exemption including associated quarantine and travel costs before submitting an expression of interest. Please see the FAQs web page for requirements for offshore international applicants.

Applicants must have completed, or expect to complete, a Bachelors degree with honours equivalent to first class honours or a Masters degree (AQF Level 9) incorporating a significant research component of a standard comparable to a bachelor honours degree or be regarded by Griffith University as having an equivalent level of attainment in accordance with Schedule One of the HDR Scholarship Policy. For further information on the eligibility requirements for the program refer here.

Additional Information

All expressions of interest must be submitted containing:

A brief cover letter addressing your academic background and suitability for the project/scholarship, including a description of your experience and success working with quantitative data
A brief curriculum vitae (CV)
A writing sample
Evidence that you have completed a program with the required grades as detailed in the about you section
Names of two referees
Academic transcripts
The closing date for expressions of interest is: 11:59pm on 31 January 2022.

 

Categories : PhD Law | PhD Humanities | GU Projects

Grundlegendes zum Schwerpunkt Rechtswissenschaften

Für einen PhD in Jura oder den Rechtswissenschaften (legal studies) steht ein breites Spektrum an Forschungsschwerpunkten zur Verfügung. Im allgemeinen Interesse steht die Beziehung  zwischen Recht und Gesellschaft und die daraus abgeleiteten Konzepte und Regelungen für die Verbesserung eines gemeinsamen Miteinanders. An den besten juristischen Fakultäten Australiens werden moderne Fragestellungen in interdisziplinärer Projektarbeit erforscht. Die Zusammenarbeit konzentriert sich neben den klassischen Bereichen auch auf aktuelle Rechtsfragen aus dem internationalen Recht, Terrorismus und Terrorismusbekämpfung, Migrationsrecht, Menschenhandel oder Umweltrecht. 

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