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 Theresa Kaiser-Jarvis, Assistant Dean for International Affairs, prior to their application. All degree candidates must apply for funding as part of their application for admission.