The purpose of the CLI Fellowship Programs is to provide leaders in legal innovation inside and external to the College of Law, with the opportunity to share experience and educate others.
Distinguished Fellows will do this by leading the development of CLI events/workshops/courses. Research Fellows will do this by undertaking applied/practical research in some aspect of legal innovation and through it, interpret trends, provide practical information or empirical support for decision making by legal industry leaders.
Work undertaken by all Fellows must fall within one of the Centre's five pillars or focus areas. This work is overseen by the relevant Associate Director.
The Centre will call for Expressions of Interest from its inaugural Fellows in June 2017. It is expected that the first six fellows (three in each category) will be appointed in July 2017. Subsequent appointments will be made according to the Centre's work plan and needs.
For more information about the Fellowship Programs or to register an Expressions of Interest, please contact the Centre's Director, Terri Mottershead.