The Norman Anderson Law Award

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The Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics (KLICE) is pleased to announce that the Norman Anderson Award for Law and Ethics will be available from Autumn 2019 or 2020 to support the doctoral research of an early career Christian legal scholar who has significant potential to exercise academic or professional leadership in the field, and for whom financial assistance would make a real difference to their chances of pursuing such research to successful completion. As well as providing financial support, the award will also enable the successful applicant to connect with an interdisciplinary network of Christian scholars with a common interest in advancing biblically grounded Christian ethics in academy, church and society.

The award will provide a maintenance grant of £3500 per annum for up to 3 years, plus travel expenses (up to a maximum of £1000 per annum) for participation in the KLICE Research Institute, which meets around ten times per year. Up to £500 per annum to cover expenses for participation in Lawyers Christian Fellowship events will also be available.

KLICE grants are given on the understanding that recipients hold to the authority and reliability of the Bible, and we ask applicants to indicate their support for the Tyndale House doctrinal basis.

Deadline for applications: 4th July 2019.