ILSP: Law and Social Change offers yearly travel grants up to $1,000 to Harvard Law School students or Harvard University graduate students pursuing research trips related to work on or the study of Islamic law. We are pleased to announce that grants have been awarded to nine students for winter-term 2018 research.
We are pleased to announce that travel grants have been awarded to three students for winter-term 2017 research. Katherine Gonzalez will travel to Kuala Lumpur for her project, “Unconstitutional Corporal Punishment? The Movement for an Islamic Penal Code in Malaysia and Its Impact on Muslim Women”; Malik Ladhani (JD ’18) will travel to Kyrgyzstan to work on “Environmental Protection in the Kyrgyz Constitution”; and Myra Siddiqui will travel to Karachi and Lahore for her research on “Disability Rights in Pakistan.”
The Islamic Legal Studies Program: Law and Social Change (ILSP: LSC) invites Harvard Law School students to submit travel grant proposals to secure funding for proposed research trips related to work on or the study of Islamic law. All projects associated with Islamic law or with the legal systems of Muslim countries qualify, internships included. The Program distributes a limited number of awards on a competitive basis, up to a maximum of $1,000 per student. Selected grantees may use ILSP: LSC travel grants to supplement an award from another source.