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Participants of the workshop have to be members of ISJR. Applicants are requested to join the ISJR prior to the application (

PhD students who will conduct justice research as part of their dissertation and who anticipate having their research plan ready by July 2023 are invited to apply for participation. Applications should be sent via email to Clara Sabbagh ( and Manfred Schmitt (

Applications should include a CV and an outline of the dissertation research (up to 5 pages). Moreover, applicants should describe the anticipated stage of the project at the time of the workshop. Finally, the name and affiliation of the supervisor(s) should be indicated.

The deadline for applications is March 1, 2023.

Clara and Manfred will discuss the applications. If more than four applications are received, they will select applicants based on quality, substantive fit, and developmental stage of the project. Applicants will be informed about their admission or rejection by March 30, 2023. Admission letters will contain more detailed information about the workshop venue and procedure.


Participation in the workshop will be free (i.e., there are no additional fees for this part of the conference; yet, the regular conference fees apply). Participants have to cover their travel costs.


Workshop participants are strongly encouraged to also attend the Justice Conference right after the workshop and present a paper or poster there. This will give workshop participants an additional opportunity to receive feedback and start building an international research network early on.