ST Lee Visiting Professorial Fellowship
Funded by a generous endowment by Dr ST Lee, of Singapore, this Fellowship is awarded to professorial (or equivalent) status, for the purpose of supporting research in London in any field relevant to the work of one or more of the School’s ten research institutes and the Human Rights Consortium. This fellowship scheme is by invitation only.
ST Lee Visiting Professorial Fellowship 2013–14
Dr Lawrence Joseph, a constitutional law expert who became President of Grenada’s Senate last year, was based at the School from 4 March to 31 March as the ST Lee Visiting Professorial Fellow.
Dr Joseph, who studied for his PhD at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS), conducted a series of free public lectures on the theme of ‘constitutionalism, revolutions and the question of legitimacy’. They were held at IALS, Queen’s University Belfast and the University of Cardiff Law School.
As a qualified barrister with expertise in interdisciplinary fields that span law, political science and modern history, Dr Joseph is well respected in legal and political communities in the Caribbean. His government appointments include that of Speaker of Grenada’s House of Representatives as well as its attorney general. He is also Vice-President of the Grenada Bar Association and a prolific writer, engaging in what he describes as fruitful ‘conversations’ with the general public through weekly articles in the local media on a wide range of topics involving governance and institutional development.
Professor Brian Ferneyhough, ST Lee Visiting Professorial Fellow (November 2013)