Fellowships to provide 5,000 dollars of tuition support for qualified students

The University of Maryland School of Law has announced the David Hoffman Fellowships, providing USD 5,000 of tuition support for highly qualified individuals enrolling in its LL.M. program.

Following acceptance to the school's LL.M. program, qualified candidates will be informed about the process for applying for a David Hoffmann Fellowship.

The LL.M. application deadline is March 1, 2010.

For more information about application requirements, please visit the University of Maryland School of Law website. For more information about the Maryland LL.M., please see its full LLM GUIDE directory profile.

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