In addition to other awards, the Foundation supported a number of students both at undergraduate level (LLB, DIPLP) and at postgraduate level (LLM, PhD) to enable them to study and research Scots law.
At Masters/PhD level, research topics supported by the Foundation included:-
- “Whether UK consumer protection law is ready for the introduction of autonomous vehicles”;
- “Investigating the effects of current approaches to regulating employment and migration on the rights and movements of migrant workers”;
- “Law, politics and the prosecution of crime in Scotland from 1580 to 1672”;
- “Exploring the impact of mental illness/disability on claims for asylum and humanitarian protection in the UK and a potential interplay between the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees and the UNCRPD”.