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Felix Scholarship

The primary objective of the Felix Scholarship is to stimulate the Felix scholars by exposing them to academic study, cultures, experiences and friendships that they would not otherwise have had the chance to sample.  It is hoped that this in turn will endow them with skills and visions, enabling them, when returning to their country…

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Commonwealth Shared Scholarship – University of Warwick – Warwick Law School

This scheme offers funding for a small number of students from developing Commonwealth countries. One award (of seven available university-wide) is available to a student pursuing an LL.M. International Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation, LL.M. in International Development Law and Human Rights, LL.M. International Economic Law or an LL.M. in Advanced Legal Studies. This scholarship…

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George A. Strait Minority Scholarships

George A. Strait Minority Scholarships are awarded annually by the American Association of Law Libraries and an endowment from Thomson West, a provider of e-information and solutions to the U.S. legal market.

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BABRI Law Preview

BARBRI Law Preview, together with leading law schools, law firms, companies and bar associations, have created an innovative partnership to improve the academic performance of law students. These sponsoring organizations generously fund full scholarships for incoming law students to attend a BARBRI Law Preview summer session so they can learn from the nation’s leading law…

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ETH Zurich – Scholarships for study and living costs

Scholarships from ETH Zurich are always intended to provide subsidiary funding. In other words, they are designed to supplement other financial resources, and in particular other scholarships from the student’s canton of residence or country of origin. ETH Zurich scholarships do not completely cover the costs of studies and living.

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Rubin Fellowship

The Rubin Fellowship was established in 1985 to honor the memory of Zander Rubin, the first Director of the South Royalton Legal Clinic. The Fellowship provides an annual stipend of at least $3,000 to support a student’s summer legal work on behalf of clients who are disadvantaged or are members of traditionally underrepresented groups

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RAMBLER AWARD

New freshmen will be considered for a $30,000 Rambler Award at the time of admission. This award will be in recognition of the student’s academic achievements and commitment to service and leadership.Any student originally awarded the Rambler Award who later qualifies for a merit scholarship, will see the Rambler Award replaced by the merit scholarship.

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New York University Post-Graduate Fellowships

The Root-Tilden-Kern Program is the nation’s premier public service scholarship. Established in 1951, the scholarship has an impressive history; and scholarship alumni are some of the most powerful public service attorneys at work today. The program covers full tuition, without regard to financial need, for three years of law school for outstanding students who promise…

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Commonwealth Scholarships – Oxford

Each year we apply to the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission of the United Kingdom for funding to enable up to ten human rights advocates from selected developing African and South Asian Commonwealth countries to undertake the Master’s in International Human Rights Law.  Since 2012, Commission has generously provided this funding and we are pleased to report…

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