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Law and Technology Centre

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Short-term visit: The Centre hosts external researchers and non-academic professionals who wish to attend Southampton Law School as ‘Visiting Scholars’ for a few days to engage in research activities Visiting Scholars affiliated to the Centre may deliver seminars, discuss research collaborations, or explore partnerships with other academic institutions. Occasionally, we can fund such research visits. 

Longer-term visit: The Centre/Southampton Law School also hosts external academic and professional colleagues who make a significant contribution to our strategic goals. Our visitors may contribute towards teaching, research and enterprise and provide an opportunity for us to enhance our external reputation as well as introducing new ideas and capabilities to our research community.  

More information about the different categories of Visitors that we host can be found here. 

Individuals interested in undertaking short or longer-term visits and working in the field of Law and Technology can contact the Centre to discuss their interest. 

PhD researchers 

The Centre welcomes research proposals by prospective applicants interested to undertake a PhD programme at Southampton Law School on topics broadly related to Law and Technology. More information about conducting doctoral research at the Centre and what support we offer, can be found here.  

External PhD Researchers who are interested to conduct research at Southampton Law School in the field of Law and Technology as Visiting Research Students can contact the Centre.  

Partnerships and Collaborations  

The intersection of Law and Technology is a broad research field entailing cross-disciplinary approach to research and learning. For this purpose, we are keen to develop new knowledge-sharing synergies, research partnerships and educational collaborations with other academic institutions, public authorities, research centres, think-tanks, international organisations as well as legal practitioners, businesses and civil society groups across jurisdictions.