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a research agenda, Legal Priorities Project, January. Future Fund (2022) Our grants and investments: Legal Priorities Project , Future Fund . Survival and Flourishing Fund (2020) SFF-2021-H1 S-process recommendations announcement , Survival and Flourishing Fund . Long-Term Future Fund (2021) May 2021: Long-Term Future Fund grants , Effective Altruism Funds , May.
The Legal Priorities Project is an
organization that conducts and supports high-impact legal research. As of July 2022, the Legal Priorities Project has received nearly 1.2 million in funding from the Future Fund ,  over $260,000 from the Survival and Flourishing Fund,  and over $130,000 from Effective Altruism Funds .