June 5, 2017
Strathclyde Law student awarded scholarship to study LLM in New York
A fourth year LLB (Hons) law student at Strathclyde Law School has been awarded a scholarship to study his Master of Laws program in New York. Thomas Jordan has been accepted onto the LLM St John’s University School of Law in New York where he has also been awarded a $20,000 scholarship by St John’s to support his studies based on his existing work in law.
Thomas is grateful to the Strathclyde Law School and the University of Strathclyde for supporting a trip he made to Chicago to study law for four months prior to being awarded this scholarship.
Acting Head of the Law School, Professor Nicole Busby, says, “Thomas’s story shows the great opportunities that exist for our Law students. His hard work and determination coupled with the possibilities offered by the Law School for international exchanges with our partner institutions have led Thomas towards an exciting future. I would like to congratulate him and to wish him all the best in his studies.”
For students wishing to study their Master of Laws program on this side of the pond, Strathclyde Law School is a highly regarded law school with a brilliant selection of Master of Laws courses, including an LLM in Climate Change Law & Policy, LLM in International Commercial Law, and LLM in Construction Law.
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Content added on 5th June 2017.
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