This one-year research fellowship provides an opportunity for an exceptional candidate to conduct a supervised research project on the theme of administrative justice after Brexit. The fellowship is open to candidates who have successfully completed a doctorate in public/administrative law (or related area) and would be an ideal career development opportunity for someone at an early stage of their research career. However, candidates without a PhD but with substantial alternative research experience will be considered.
The Research Fellow will contribute to a project on administrative justice after Brexit. While the project framework is pre-defined, the Research Fellow will be expected to take ownership of the research, and will be given appropriate credit for their role in the project. The project intends to produce two major outputs: a policy report and an academic article (plus other minor outputs). More generally, the Research Fellow will contribute to the PLP’s expanding research functions. This will include playing a role in developing PLP’s expertise on Brexit. The Research Fellow will also be provided with experience of developing impact-based research in an academic context.
More details about the post and how to apply are available here.