The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation has provided the Kauffman Program in Law, Economics and Entrepreneurship here at the Law School a small amount of money to support law students’ research projects during the Summer of 2013. The available grants will provide support for six to eight weeks of full-time research. In general, the expectation is that each student will conduct research in New Haven, though it may be possible to support students who need to be elsewhere to carry out their research. The subject of the project should relate to law and economics and, in particular, economic growth.
Applications should include a two- to three-page statement of the proposed project, the number of weeks support applied for, the names of one or two Faculty members familiar with your work and a resume. The deadline is Monday, April 15, 2013.
Please submit two copies of your application to Karen Crocco in Room M37. We are hopeful of arranging for a student-faculty workshop in the Summer, during which students will present their work-in-progress. If you have any questions, please email George Priest