ALT Grants, Awards and Prizes
The ALT offers its members the opportunity to apply for a number of grants, awards and prizes. To be eligible, you must be a fully paid up member in the year of your application and you must use the relevant application forms which will be made available on the website when applications are open. Currently we are welcoming applications for our Grants Scheme
ALT Research Grant: Up to 3000 to support research into all aspects of legal education
ALT Innovation in Teaching Practice Small Grant Scheme: Up to £750 to fund ideas or projects that relate to innovation in legal education.
ALT Research Informed Learning Impact Grant Scheme: Up to £500 to fund projects which help demonstrate the impact of research informed learning and teaching or help increase the impact of learning and teaching projects.
Prizes and Awards
The Association of Law Teachers is delighted to award prizes for the best papers and best poster presented at the conference. There are three prizes annually
- The Stan Marsh Prize for the best paper
- The Stan Marsh Prize for the best poster
- The Chris Gale Memorial Prize for the best joint paper
In order to help our members attend the conference, we offer 3 types of bursary on a competitive basis. Each covers the full conference fee.
- First Attendance Bursary
- School/College Teacher Bursary
- Doctoral Student Bursary
Law Teacher and ALT Seminar Prize
The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education, together with the Association of Law Teachers, offers a prize to support one or more research seminars addressing the subject of legal education