Our Law School can nominate fellowships - or applicants can apply without a nomination - and I would be very happy to support nominations, as the in-coming Head of School from August.
One thing that should be kept in mind is that all visiting fellows at the IAS must establish some collaborative undertaking with a Durham academic. This is broadly construed covering joint publications or research projects, a co-convened workshop or event and other 'outputs'.
Further details about the IAS Fellowship are at www.dur.ac.uk/ias/fellows/furtherparticulars/.
ANYONE INTERESTED IN APPLYING TO DO RESEARCH IN AREAS OF LAW, PHILOSOPHY OR POLITICAL SCIENCE IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED TO CONTACT ME.