IICL Fellowship

IICL Two-Year Fellowship and Full Tuition LLM Scholarship

The Opportunity:

Pace Law School seeks applicants for a two-year fellowship at the Institute of International Commercial Law. This fellowship includes a full-tuition scholarship to the Pace LLM program in Comparative Legal Studies, which the successful applicant will complete on a part-time basis over the course of his or her fellowship.

Key Benefits:

  • Two years in New York – an epicenter for alternative dispute resolution and international commercial law
  • An LLM degree from Pace Law School with no tuition fee
  • Placement at the prestigious Institute of International Commercial Law

Fellowship and Scholarship Details:

The successful candidate will receive a full tuition scholarship for 24 credits in two years, admitted as a part-time student in the Comparative Legal Studies LLM program at Pace Law School.  The scholarship recipient will also receive a two-year fellowship at the Institute of International Commercial Law.  The fellow will work at the Institute on various research projects and programs during the fall and spring semesters, 15 hours/per week.  Fellows will receive a stipend of US $5,500 per year. In addition, the successful candidate will be responsible for their own travel and living expenses.

How to Apply:

The scholarship and fellowship are awarded together, on a competitive basis.

Candidates must take two steps to apply:

  • Complete an LLM application, as per the requirements at: http://www.law.pace.edu/how-apply-llm-and-sjd-applicants
  • Submit a supplemental essay (no more than 500 words) describing your interest and qualification to work as a Fellow at the Institute of International Commercial Law and a current CV.  These documents should be sent directly to Vikki Rogers, Director, Institute of International Commercial Law, vrogers@law.pace.edu

Deadlines:

Full applications must be received no later than April 28, 2017.

A decision will be made by May 26, 2017, for September 2017 admission. 

Questions?

For questions related to the scholarship/fellowship offering, contact Vikki Rogers, Director, Institute of International Commercial Law, vrogers@law.pace.edu

For more information about Graduate Program at Pace, see http://www.law.pace.edu/graduate