Two incoming LL.M. students from Asia awarded fellowships for 2006/2007

The University of Hawaii at Manoa William S. Richardshon School of Law has announced the recipients of the Freeman Foundation Fellowships for the 2006/2007 school year: Sun Samnang of Cambodia and Wang Zhiyong of China. Each year the Vermont-based Freeman Foundation awards two incoming LL.M. students from East Asia with fellowships each worth approximately $40,000 USD.

More information about the LL.M. program at University of Hawaii at Manoa and the Freeman Foundation fellowships can be found on the law school's website.

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