From our colleagues at Osgoode, this announcement of a new fellowship for aspiring law professors:
The Osgoode Catalyst Fellowship program will serve as a bridge to a legal academic career for one or more scholars each academic year.
Osgoode Hall Law School is committed to equality and diversity. We especially welcome applications from women, visible minorities, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, and LGBT candidates. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply, and we encourage candidates to self-identify in their initial applications. Please click here for more information on the application process.
The Osgoode Catalyst Fellowships are designed to bring to Osgoode emerging scholars who have a demonstrated interest in a career in law teaching, and to support and mentor scholars who will enhance the diversity of the profession. Fellows will be given the opportunity to present a faculty seminar with the aim of preparing a major article for publication, to pursue an active affiliation with one of our research centers, and to teach a course at the Law School.
Promising candidates should commit to being in residence at the Law School for a full academic year. Fellowships may also be awarded for a semester. Fellows should not be degree candidates at Osgoode Hall Law School or any other school during the term of the fellowship.
More info is available here.