Pepperdine has partnered with JAMS and the Seegmiller Law Firm to provide full-tuition scholarships for students in Pepperdine’s LLM programs. Pepperdine offers the following LLM program options:
- LLM in International Commercial Arbitration (ICA)
- LLM in International Commercial Law and Arbitration (ICLA)
- LLM in International Commercial Law and Dispute Resolution (ICLDR)
- LLM in US Law and Dispute Resolution (USLDR)
- LLM in Dispute Resolution
Applications for the 2016 – 2017 academic year are now available. LLM applicants need to have a completed LLM application and submit a two page essay by the March 4th deadline.
Details on the scholarship can be found on the Full Tuition Scholarshipwebpage. Visit the Masters of Law (LLM) program page to learn more.
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law offers the Moritz LL.M. Scholarship to outstanding LL.M. applicants who will contribute to the intellectual diversity and strength of the LL.M. program. All applicants, regardless of citizenship, or country where their LL.B. was earned, are eligible for this scholarship. This scholarship awards outstanding applicants up to $10,000.
Moritz College of Law also offers the Jones Day Scholarship for applicants from the People’s Republic of China. The scholarship offers a 50% tuition waiver and seeks to support students who show promise through a record of community service, academic or professional achievement, leadership and/or overcoming hardship.
Additionally, lawyers who have obtained their LL.B. degree in law from Central or South America will be automatically considered. The Scholarship for the Americas is merit-based and offers two (2) 40% tuition waivers per year.
Regional scholarships are also awarded to students from the Americas, Africa, Europe and Southeast Asia. Each of these regional scholarships are for $15,000. Some of the scholarships offered by partners include COLFUTURO Grants (50% tuition waivers for winners from Colombia) and Fulbright Grants (partial tuition waivers). Muskie Grants are also partial tuition waivers for students from select countries.
All applications completed and received by February 1 will receive priority consideration for scholarship awards. There is no separate scholarship essay required. All applicants will be automatically considered for all applicable scholarships. Applications received between February 1 and March 15 will be considered if funding allows.
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Southwestern awards deserving students General LL.M. Program Scholarships each semester, providing partial tuition to entering General LL.M. students. Scholarship determination is based on the admissions application, their professional experience and law school grades and letters of recommendation. No additional materials are required. All admitted students will automatically be considered for the scholarship. Visit our blog at http://southwesternreporter.org/.
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Pace University School of Law has opened a new round of scholarships for applicants to its Master of Laws (LLM) programs. Intended for applicants to the LLM in Environmental Law and the LLM in Comparative Legal Studies, these scholarships must be applied against 2016-2017 program tuition. Scholarships will be awarded based on academic and professional merits.
Pace Law School is known as a world leader in environmental law, international commercial law and international dispute resolution. Its campus is located in Westchester County, New York, between the natural beauty of the Hudson River Valley and the excitement of New York City.
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Loyola University Chicago’s Civitas ChildLaw Center and Office of Foreign and International LLM Programs join forces to offer the Civitas Child & Family Law Scholarship, a 40% tuition-reduction scholarship, for Loyola’s LLM Program for International Lawyers. The reduced tuition for the one-year program would amount to $20,304 (full tuition: $33,840). The selected recipient will be part of the full activities and events of the Civitas ChildLaw Center, and will work closely with Institute Faculty to develop a tailored curriculum in international law with a focus in Child and Family law. The scholarship is available for the academic year 2014/15; classes begin in August 2014.
Application deadline: March 15, 2014.
Loyola’s one-year LLM Program for International Lawyers was launched in 2012 and offers two tracks: U.S. Law for Foreign Lawyers, and International Law with Focus Option. Detailed information about the application process and the program is available at LUC.edu/law/InternationalLLM.
Please contact Insa Blanke, Executive Director or Foreign and International LLM Programs, firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss any questions regarding the application and the program.
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A rich variety of courses in substantive law and applied lawyering skills provides Washington University law students with the training necessary to excel in both legal reasoning and practice techniques.
Washington University School of Law recently announced a ground-breaking course in Legal English to help international legal practitioners develop the skills needed to conduct law-related business matters. The law school is the first top-tier U.S. law school to offer such a course in an online format. Great news! Now, students affiliated with EducationUSA can receive a $500 scholarship for this course.
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Texas Tech University prides itself on being a major comprehensive research university that offers more than 100 masters’ degree programs and over 50 doctoral degree programs. Texas Tech University School of Law has consistently been recognized in the U.S. as one of the “Best Value” law schools. In addition, the School of Law is consistently recognized for its personal touch, recently ranking No. 3 among U.S. law schools for its professor accessibility. The School of Law offers a two-semester Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree in United States Legal Studies. The program is designed for graduates of foreign law schools who are interested in a formal program of study of the United States legal system.
Texas Tech University School of Law is pleased to announce the Dean’s Scholar and other scholarship and tuition reduction opportunities available to qualified students interested in pursuing an LL.M. in U.S. Legal Studies. All applicants to the LL.M. program will be considered for special recognition as one of a limited number of Dean’s Scholars. A Dean’s Scholar will be entitled to scholarships and other significant tuition-savings measures. LL.M. candidates not qualifying for the Dean’s Scholar recognition will be considered for other competitive scholarships, saving candidates as much as $8,000.
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