What is covered?
- 50% tuition scholarship
- A research or practical skills internship, and
- A faculty mentor
The Information Justice Fellowship provides a 50% tuition scholarship, research or practical skills internship and faculty mentor for a small group of outstanding applicants to the LL.M in IP in one or more of the following categories:
- Current government or intergovernmental officials who will return to public service;
- Students with a clearly demonstrated commitment to public interest or government work after graduation;
- Students with a research focus and a defined project to pursue while at AUWCL;
- Applicants from developing countries or diverse or disadvantaged backgrounds.
- Submit a completed application along with supporting documents before application deadline.
- Please submit a separate fellowship application essay describing in more detail your specific public interest goals, qualifications and particular interest in any of PIJIP's projects.
- We highly value recommendations from academics or public interest organizations who are familiar with PIJIP’s work. We also encourage provision of a writing sample.
- Applicants who do not receive the Information Justice Fellowship will be considered for a Merit Scholarship.
May 1 (fall); October 1 (spring)
Eligibility Requirements: Offered to students with strong academic performance in law school, and/or prior legal work experience. All applicants are automatically considered for a Merit Scholarship when they submit their application. This scholarship decision will be made concurrently with the admissions decision.