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Deadline: Extended to June 21st 2024

The Association of Law Teachers now welcomes applications for the 2024 grants round. We have made up to £10,000 available for 2024. Grants are available to support research into all aspects of legal education, such as exploring questions around the nature of legal education and the public and private lives of law schools, innovation in learning and teaching, the student experience, and the use and impact of technology.  
Grants can be used to support the implementation of learning and teaching ideas at your own institution but applications should also make clear how these projects will be evaluated and findings disseminated. 
We are keen to support the development of early career academics and encourage such members to submit an application to the grant scheme

Stan Marsh Bursary

ALT offers three types of bursaries for members wishing to attend the annual conference. These are a First Attendance Bursary, School/College Bursary and a Doctoral Study Bursary.


Each bursary will cover the full costs of the conference. Delegates will be responsible for their own travel costs and accommodation where this is not included in the full conference fee.

The Law Teacher / ALT Seminar Fund

We are keen to promote high quality legal education scholarship that can be described as rigorous with significant reach. Applicants propose a one-off seminar or series of events in online, face-to-face or hybrid formats. Applicants can specify individual speakers/contributors and/or propose a wider call for papers.


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