The scholarship is open to +3 (3 years PhD only) commencing in October 2019 and will provide:
• A stipend indexed to the RCUK rate
• 100% Tuition Fee Waiver at the standard Home/EU or International rate
• Research Training Support Grant of up to £2,250 over 3 years
At least a 2:1 degree in Law or a Master's qualification in Law or equivalent is required.
Preference will be accorded to applicants who demonstrate proficiency in criminal law and/or financial crime compliance law and theory, and have a basic technical understanding of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies.