Global Public Service Law Project
New York University School of Law re-introduce you the Global Public Service Law Project. The Project's centerpiece is a one-year post-graduate degree, the Masters of Law (LL.M.) in Public Service Law.
This LL.M. carries with it 10 scholarships, covering tuition, housing, and travel and living expenses. This new LL.M. was designed specifically for non-American lawyers with impressive post-graduate public service work experience. We define public service broadly to include such areas as the provision of legal services, human rights and labor advocacy and organizing, civil society and institution building, the protection of the environment, the rights of women, indigenous peoples, or minorities, as well as government work such as criminal prosecution or defense. We hope that the scholarship will make it possible for any qualified lawyer to consider joining the program.
Applications for the 2003-2004 academic year are due December 1, 2002. Applicants can apply online, download an application, or request an application at the NYU School of Law website.
More detailed information about this project you can find at www.law.nyu.edu/programs/globalpublicservice.