Early Career Contribution


The society presents the Early Career Contribution Award to an individual member of the society once every two years. With this award, the society recognizes excellent young justice scholars.  Recipients of this award may not have held a PhD for more than 10 years. This award is made to foster, encourage, and support excellence in justice-related scholarship. The award winner is invited to present an address at the biennial conference. 

Call for nominations for the Early Career Contribution Award will be circulated to all ISJR Members in the year preceding the biennial conference.  Both n
ominations from colleagues and self-nominations are welcomed. The nomination should include a detailed statement explaining the accomplishments of the scholar and should be accompanied by a CV, including a publication list, and copies of the five most important publications for the candidate's research program.  The Executive Board of ISJR will select a panel of three scholars (including the current ISJR President) to review the nominations and recommend a winner to the Executive Board.
 

ISJR Early Career Contribution Award Winners: