Alumni Fund Scholarship for LL.M Studies at American University Washington in USA, 2023

Alumni Fund Scholarship for LL.M Studies at American University Washington in USA, 2023 is available for foreign and domestic law graduates.

For the academic year 2022/23, American University Washington in the United States is accepting applications for the Alumni Fund Scholarship.

The LL.M. Programs of American University Washington College of Law are world-renowned, with over 100 students from more than 50 countries enrolling each academic year. As an LL.M. student, you will be immersed in a lively academic atmosphere, guided by internationally renowned teachers.

The LL.M. programs are intended for foreign and domestic law graduates, and they provide a flexible curriculum of specialized legal courses as well as chances for practical learning. This is your chance to establish a worldwide network near Capitol Hill and international organizations in Washington, DC.

Worth of Award: 100% tuition scholarship

Eligibility: To be eligible for Alumni Fund Scholarship, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Students pursuing an LL.M. in International Legal Studies, an LL.M. in International Business & Trade Law, or an LL.M. in Gender, International & Comparative Law may take advantage of this opportunity.
  • Exceptional LL.M. students have the potential to become leaders in their fields of study or practice.
  • It’s a bonus if you’ve worked before.

How to Apply:

  1. A comprehensive application for an LL.M., as well as
  2. Two essays:
  • Describe a contemporary regional, worldwide, or country-specific legal issue and provide a legal remedy. (maximum of 750 words).
  • Describe how the LL.M. program will assist you in preparing for a worldwide legal profession and how you will contribute to WCL using your talents as a global lawyer (max. 500 words).

Deadline: The closing date is October 1, 2022.

Visit the official website for more information.

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