Each year a substantial one-year fellowship is made available to an Indian law graduate who can demonstrate his or her interest in providing legal aid to the poor and teaching clinical law. Students should request information from United States Educational Foundation in Indian (USEFI) by June 30. Applications are due two weeks later, on July 15. The grant provides for tuition, insurance, and travel expenses, as well as a modest resettlement and supply expenses and a monthly stipend for an Indian law graduate taking the LL.M. program at Vanderbilt University Law School in Nashville, Tennessee.
USEFI Invites Applications from Indian Graduate Students
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