Graduate Funding Available for Research in Biodiversity, Biotechnology, and Environmental Law
University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law
Canadian students pursuing an LL.M. in research in the fields of biodiversity, biotechnology, and Canadian and international environmental law are eligible for graduate funding.
This funding is directed at candidates interested in conducting graduate research work on emergent Canadian and international laws and policy on access and benefit-sharing (ABS) relating to genetic resources in the context of the Convention on Biological Diversity and the Nagoya Protocol. Candidates should demonstrate an interest in or be associated with Aboriginal communities.
Significant mentorship and potential for national and international career opportunities accompany this funding opportunity.