Henry G. Schermers Fellowship
The Henry G. Schermers Fellowship is organised together with The Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law (HiiL). NIAS has instituted this fellowship, named after the great legal scholar Henry G. Schermers (1928-2006), Professor of the Law of International Organisations in Amsterdam and Leiden. Schermers was instrumental in the recognition of international law within national legal systems. The fellowship aims at promoting research in the field of national law in an international context and will welcome one Dutch and one non-Dutch Scholar each year.
Under the fellowship programme internationally renowned experts in a field that is relevant for HiiL can spend a period of time in the inspiring and secluded environment of NIAS to work on a publication, Dutch Fellows are provided with a replacement subsidy and non-Dutch fellows are provided with a stipend.
Applications should be sent to The Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law, HiiL.
More information can be found here.
Henry G. Schermers Fellows
|L.F.M. Besselink||Constitutional Law||2011/12|
|S.I. Strong||International Law||2011/12|
|H.P. Glenn||Comparative Law||2010/11|
|C. Hahm||Constitutional Law||2009/10|
|R. Janse||International Law||2008/09|