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These funds will be used at the discretion of Dean Sylvester, who is taking a particular focus on assisting students who may be experiencing financial hardships related to limited income, food shortages, unexpected expenses, and other matters related to their well-being. Every gift, no matter the amount, will help. Thank you.
We accept applications for the Fall semester from January 1st through March 1st; applications for Spring semester are accepted from June 1st through August 1st. Submitted applications are reviewed by a committee of ASU Law faculty and staff.
Each academic year, ASU Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law welcomes a select few professors, scholars, and members of the legal community from around the world to its campus as “Visiting Fellows.” Fewer than five Visiting Fellows will be selected to participate in this program annually.
This opportunity offers participants exclusive access, privileges, etc. to the ASU Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, as described in greater detail below.
The Visiting Fellows experience presents a unique opportunity to learn more about the ASU Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, and Fellows are invited to become active participants in ASU Law events, workshops, lectures, and more. Additionally, Fellows are offered the opportunity to give a faculty seminar on his/her research conducted during the semester. We invite all interested applicants to apply.
To apply, simply complete the following form and upload the required documents before the designated deadlines (March 1st for Fall, August 1st for Spring). ASU Law does not require a fee to apply for a Visiting Fellowship. Once selected, however, the fee to participate as a Visiting Fellow at ASU Law is $2,500 per semester.
While ASU Law can provide some guidance and resources for obtaining the necessary visas for applicants who are non-U.S. citizens, it is the applicant’s responsibility to secure the appropriate documentation prior to starting the Visiting Fellows program.