Visiting Fellows

The Rutgers Institute for Law and Philosophy is soliciting applications for its Visiting Fellows program. This program is intended to attract scholars in law and philosophy who can contribute to the life of the Rutgers law and philosophy community. We welcome scholars from any stage of their career who would like to spend a semester or the academic year at Rutgers Law in Camden. We will provide office space, a computer and IT support, and a very modest research stipend. Applicants will need to provide their own funding.

The Rutgers Institute for Law and Philosophy is among the most active such centers in the nation. In the past twelve months alone, we have hosted conferences on criminal law theory, law and neuroscience, and tort theory. A full list of the events that we have hosted is available here.

Current Visiting Fellow: Hadassa Noorda

Bio: Hadassa Noorda (University of Amsterdam) is the recipient of a Rubicon grant of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research for her research into the protection of individual liberty in times of terrorism. Educated in both law and philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and Columbia University, Dr. Noorda was a Dworkin Balzan post-doctoral fellow at the Center for Law and Philosophy at NYU and has been a visiting researcher at Georgetown University, UC Berkeley, and the European University Institute. Her principal areas of interest are criminal law theory and just war theory.

To apply, please email with your CV.