May 26, 2016

National Science Foundation Awards Law and Society Association Grant For International Research Collaboratives (IRCs)

The Law and Society Association has received a grant of nearly $300,000 from the National Science Foundation to support about 40 International Research Collaboratives (IRCs) in the area of law and social sciences. These IRCs will meet this year at the LSA's annual meeting in New Orleans and in 2017 at the LSA's annual meeting in Mexico City.  

This grant project, entitled "Expanding Law and Social Science Research by International Research Collaboration," is under the direction of LSA president, Valerie P. Hans, and Mexico City committee co-chairs Manuel A. Gomez, Masayuki Murayama, and Lawrence M. Friedman. 

More information is available here at the LSA's website.

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