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TIJ Workshop for Emerging Leaders on the Rule of Law & Policy

How to Apply: Please log on to our website at www.tijforum.org and click on “Online Application”. Once the application is completed, other Required Documents can be uploaded.

Notification of Acceptance: Admitted applicants should receive a notification of acceptance via email within 7 working days of the application deadline.

Application Process: The TIJ Workshop Committee will review each applicant’s profile according to the information provided in the application along with the Required Documents. The Committee will notify applicants whose qualifications and interests fulfill the Workshop requirements and purposes.


Required Documents for Application (All documents can be uploaded online) As part of your application, you will be asked to provide the following information:

  1. Resume/CV
    Please attach your most recent resume/CV in PDF format.
  2. Personal Statement
    Please attach a short personal statement (in PDF format) of at least 100 words but not exceeding 250 words describing yourself and why you are interested in attending the TIJ Workshop for Emerging Leaders on the Rule of Law & Policy.
  3. Policy Experience Please attach an essay (in PDF format) of at least 1,000 words but not exceeding 1,500 words describing a policy initiative in which you were involved or which you witnessed. Essays might consider questions such as:
    1. What was the perceived problem?
    2. What solution or solutions were proposed?
    3. How did the context hinder or promote the initiative – allies? Opponents? Obstacles? How did law figure in the initiative? What did you take away from the experience?
  4. Letter(s) of Recommendation Please provide at least one (1), but no more than two (2) letter(s) of recommendation along with the referee’s contact information (in PDF format).

*Remarks:If selected for participation, you will have the opportunity to extend your essay to be shared with other Workshop participants as a basis for several of our interactive sessions. Please kindly note that some of the admitted applicants may be inquired to edit and resubmit their Policy Experience essay to better suit the purposes of the Workshop in order to enhance their participation during the discussion sessions.

All documents must be submitted online at www.tijforum.org Deadline for application: October 23, 2017

Cancellation Policy
After the confirmation of your participation, should your circumstances change and you are unable to attend the TIJ Emerging Leaders Workshop, you must contact the TIJ directly with a written cancellation statement by no later than 10 business days prior to the commencement of the event in order to allow for TIJ to notify waitlisted candidates about the availability of space. Regardless of the date on which the cancellation is made by the participant, the TIJ will not be held responsible for reimbursement of any expenses made by such participant (e.g. airfares, visa processing fees etc.). Likewise, in the case of ‘no shows’ at the TIJ Emerging Leaders Workshop, the participant will be fully liable for any costs incurred.


Personal Information

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Contact Information


Same as mailing address

Education

Degree(s) Obtained (please specify which area, when, and from which institution(s) you obtained the degree(s))


Most Recent Degree (1)


Degree (2)

Professional Experiences

Profession (1)


Profession (2) Optional

Topics and Areas of Interests

TIJ-IGLP Policy Streams

Interactive mini-courses are offered by the IGLP faculty to review current scholarly developments and engage in case-based learning while collaborating with global IGLP Workshop participants. Each participant will choose three of the following streams based on their interests and preferences.


Please rank our preferences from 1 – 3 ( 1 being your most preferred choice).

Corporations in Global Society
Criminal Justice
Development Financing: One Silk Road Initiative
Good Governance: Public and Constitutional Law
Global Regulation, Finance and Tax Policy
Human Rights and Social Justice
International Law
Law and Development
Law and Inequality: Labor, Migration & Debt
Law, Religion, Gender and the State in Southeast Asia
Poverty and Social Inclusion
Private Law and Global Political Economy
Science, Technology and Expertise in Policy
Trade Policy: Contemporary Issues;

Policy Workshop Teams

These peer-to-peer sessions form the core of the Workshop experience: an opportunity to brainstorm together in new ways about pressing policy challenges. Each participant will bring a recent policy experience to the group for discussion. Participants will be mentored by renowned faculty members selected by the Institute for Global Law and Policy (IGLP) at Harvard Law School who will facilitate thematic discussions and encourage interactive learning drawing from experiences of the participants. This small-group format allows participants to engage on a one-on-one basis with their peers and specialist faculty members, as well as to share ideas and receive feedback on their work. Participants will be assigned to a group and paired with a partner. The assignment will be based the policy initiative described in their Policy Experience essay (item 4, under required documents for application submission).

*Remark: Please note that TIJ reserves the rights to make the final decision for each participant’s Streams and Teams according to availability, participant’s areas of interests, and appropriateness.

Required documents for application submission

Application Submission Deadline: October 23, 2017

Resume / CV - Please submit your most recent resume/CV in PDF format.

Upload Resume

Personal Statement - Please attach a short personal statement (in PDF format) of at least 100 words, but not exceeding 250 words describing yourself and why you are interested in attending the TIJ Workshop for Emerging Leaders on the Rule of Law & Policy.

Personal Statement

Policy Experience - Please attach an essay (in PDF format) of at least 1,000 words but not exceeding 1,500 words describing a policy initiative in (1) of the (4) following topics from the Policy Skills Teams in which you were involved or which you witnessed. The (4) topics you may choose from include:

Policy Experience - Please attach an essay (in PDF format) of at least 1,000 words, but not exceeding 1,500 words describing a policy initiative in which you were involved or which you witnessed. Essays might consider questions such as:

  1. What was the perceived problem?
  2. What solution or solutions were proposed?
  3. How did the context hinder or promote the initiative—allies? Opponents? Obstacles? How did law figure in the initiative? What did you take away from the experience?

*Remarks: If selected for participation, you will have the opportunity to extend your essay to be shared with other Workshop participants as a basis for several of our interactive sessions. Please kindly note that some of the admitted applicants may be inquired to edit and resubmit their Policy Experience essay to better suit the purposes of the Workshop in order to enhance their participation during the discussion sessions.

Policy Experience


Letters of Recommendation – Please provide at least one (1), but no more than two (2) letter(s) of recommendation in PDF format.

Recommender (1)

Recommender's Contact Information

Upload Recommendation Letter

Recommender (2)

Recommender's Contact Information

Upload Recommendation Letter

* If the required documents are not available at the moment please return to upload and fill in later on by logging in with your email and password. Please note that the submission deadline is October 23, 2017.

Visa Information


How did you hear about the TIJ Workshop for Emerging Leaders on the Rule of Law and Policy.

e.g. name of referral, colleague, media, social media, website, etc.

Personal Information edit

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Contact Information edit

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In which city or town will you be in January 2018?

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Most Recent Degree (1)

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Degree (2)

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Professional Experiences edit

Profession (1)

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Profession (2) Optional

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Topics and Interests edit

TIJ-IGLP Policy Streams

Corporations in Global Society
Criminal Justice
Development Financing: One Silk Road Initiative
Good Governance: Public and Constitutional Law
Global Regulation, Finance and Tax Policy
Human Rights and Social Justice
International Law
Law and Development
Law and Inequality: Labor, Migration & Debt
Law, Religion, Gender and the State in Southeast Asia
Poverty and Social Inclusion
Private Law and Global Political Economy
Science, Technology and Expertise in Policy
Trade Policy: Contemporary Issues;


Required documents for application submission edit

Resume / CV
Personal Statement
Policy Experience

Recommender (1)

Name of Recommender
Recommender's Title and Affiliation
Organization
Position

Recommender’s Contact Information

Email
Telephone
Address
PDF

Recommender (2)

Name of Recommender
Recommender's Title and Affiliation
Organization
Position

Recommender’s Contact Information

Email
Telephone
Address
PDF

Visa Information edit

Do you currently live in Thailand?
Do you require a visa for entry to Thailand?

How did you hear about the TIJ Workshop for Emerging Leaders on the Rule of Law and Policy.

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