Students from Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland eligible

Duke University Law School in Durham, North Carolina (USA) will be offering a half-tuition scholarship to a student from Denmark, Sweden, Norway or Finland entering the LL.M. program for 2007-2008.

Duke Law has also posted a useful list of Possible Funding Resources for International Students.

For more information about the LL.M. program at Duke, please visit their website.

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