Visiting Scholars and Fellows
To enhance its intellectual climate and provide a welcome forum for academic engagement from international scholars, Michigan Law hosts numerous senior-level European faculty level visitors each year. These senior faculty-level visitors typically join Michigan Law to teach a full course, pursue a research project, or participate in existing course offerings and informal workshops. Having come to Ann Arbor once, they frequently return.
|Katarina Mathernova, '89, Deputy Director General for Regional Policy in the European Commission.|
European visitors have included Enzo Cannizzaro, University of Rome; Eleanor Sharpston, QC, Advocate General of the European Court of Justice; Koen Lenaerts, Judge of the European Court of Justice; Francis Jacobs, QC, former Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Communities; and Damian Chalmers, London School of Economics and Political Science.
In addition, the Law School hosts research scholars each year through various programs which are open to European applicants on a competitive basis. European scholars (other than degree candidates) interested in applying to these programs should contact Virginia Gordan, Assistant Dean for International Affairs, prior to their application. All degree candidates must apply for funding as part of their application for admission.