For nearly 100 years, Loyola University Chicago School of Law has offered excellence in legal education to men and women from across the country and around the world. The school’s innovative, broad-based curriculum draws on the interdisciplinary strengths of Loyola University Chicago to train tomorrow’s lawyers to be counselors, planners, mediators, arbitrators, judges, policy makers and litigators.
Loyola University Chicago’s Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies and Office of Foreign and International LLM Programs join forces to offer the Consumer Antitrust Scholarship, a 60% tuition-reduction scholarship, for Loyola’s LLM Program for International Lawyers. The program was launched in 2012 and offers two tracks: U.S. Law for Foreign Lawyers, and International Law. The selected recipient will be part of the full activities and events of the Antitrust Institute, and will work closely with Institute Faculty to develop a tailored curriculum in international law with a focus in competition law.
The scholarship is available for the academic year 2013/14, beginning in August 2013. No official application deadline applies, but we recommend that interested applicants complete the application as soon as possible. Please contact Insa Blanke, Executive Director or Foreign and International LLM Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss any questions regarding the application and the program.
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