Feb. 1, 2010
The Chapman University School of Law in California announces LLM fellowship
The Chapman University School of Law and the Economic Science Institute (ESI) invite applications for the Vernon L Smith LLM Fellowship in Law & Economics for 2010-11.
The Fellowship is designed to encourage the award winner to pursue study and research in law, economics, business and related fields.
The Fellowship consists of:
Full tuition grant for enrollment in the 24 credit LLM programme at Chapman University School of Law (grant period not to exceed 12 months).
A Faculty Mentor/Advisor from the Economic Science Institute to assist with the student’s anticipated research programme.
Office work space, computer facilities, and library privileges.
Opportunities to present Work-in-Progress at the ESI or Law School.
Eligibility for ESI stipends for assisting with the research of the ESI.
Eligibility for ESI grants for travel to present academic research.
The possibility of serving as a teaching assistant with members of the ESI in an undergraduate or J.D. course for additional compensation (depending on the applicant's background, experience, and teaching interests and the University’s needs).
Participation in the intellectual life of the ESI and the Law School.
Applications must be received by Wednesday 31st March, and should be submitted in hardcopy or electronically (Word doc or pdf) to:
LLM Programs (c/o Olivia Hayes)
Chapman University School of Law
One University Dr.
Orange CA 92866
Find out more about the Fellowship.
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Content added on 1st February 2010.