Canadian Foundation for Legal Research – Research Grants 2022

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The Canadian Foundation for Legal Research supports research that enhances the practice of law in Canada by exploring emerging trends and issues. The research they fund provides lawyers, judges and legal professionals evidence generated by Canada’s thought leaders in the profession.

Description: The Canadian Foundation for Legal Research (CFLR) provides funds for legal research falling into three broad categories:

  • Research and writing where the emphasis is on the statement of existing rules of law, sometimes referred to as doctrinal research;
  • Research with regard to the workings of the legal system; and
  • Research with regard to developments in fields peripheral to legal doctrine, such as criminology, psychology, psychiatry, sociology and economics, and their relationship to rules of law.

CFLR is particularly interested in research that relates to family law, Indigenous legal issues and access to justice.

Deadlines:
Faculty of Law Research Office: 1 week before the agency deadline (2-3 weeks before if you wish to have feedback on your application – send to Karen Kueneman)
Research Services:
At least 1 week before the agency deadline.
Foundation for Legal Research: February 11, 2022

Amount:  up to $15,000 (to be confirmed)

Eligibility: A Principal Investigator (PI) must be eligible to hold a research account at Western.

Application form (2022), more information… Full Applications are to be processed through Research Western  and are to be accompanied by a completed ROLA. Karen Kueneman will assist with the ROLA.

Completed applications are to be sent by email to grants2022@cflr-fcrj.ca

Please contact Karen Kueneman, Research Officer if you plan to apply.

About the Author

Kueneman, Karen
Staff, 2015 Fall