Some of the funds to be directed to school's LL.M. program

The Ford Foundation recently awarded the Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy (IPLP) Program at the Rogers College of Law, University of Arizona in Tuscon, a $300,000 USD grant. The program plans to use the funds to assist indigenous communities in the Americas with legal needs, as well of directing it to the J.D., LL.M., and S.J.D. programs at the school.

For more information about the IPLP Program at the Rogers School of Law, please visit the program's LLM GUIDE listing.

Comments


Related Law Schools

Tucson, Arizona 23 Followers 22 Discussions

More LLM News

Cornell Launches New Online Law Master's Degree

Jun 29, 2020

More LLM News

LLM Articles

Is the Coronavirus Fallout a Watershed Moment for Online LL.M.s?

Jul 08, 2020

Some law schools are predicting an upsurge in demand for Online LL.M. courses after years of weak demand as campuses remain locked down

5 Questions for an LL.M. Graduate — Bela Karmel

Jun 29, 2020

Originally from Bulgaria, Karmel pursued an LL.M. from UC Berkeley, passed the California bar exam and is now working at a law firm in San Francisco

Health Law LL.M.s Thrive During Covid-19 Crisis

Jun 23, 2020

During the pandemic, studying and practicing health law has never been more relevant or impactful

More Articles

Related Top 10 Lists

More Top 10 Lists