All SOAS Honorary Appointments are made on the basis of academic merit involving a process of nomination and approval, and are non-commercial in nature. Prospective visitors are encouraged to look through the School of Law web pages to get a sense of the department and its research.
There are three different titles under the honorary appointment scheme:
Successful applicants are expected to:
- submit at least one paper for the SOAS Law Working Paper Series;
- contribute to seminar series;
- contribute to additional departmental activities as appropriate;
- acknowledge any publications published during the period of associateship with the School of Law at SOAS.
If you would like to apply, please read the relevant guidelines and submit your completed application form to email@example.com
School of Law Contact
Christine Djumpah firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information, please see Honorary Appointments procedure on the Research and Enterprise Office webpages.