Berkeley Announces Least Developed Countries LL.M. Scholarship

USD 20,000 scholarship for the Summer LL.M. program

The University of California (UC) Berkeley - Berkeley Law has announced a new Least Developed Countries Scholarship available to eligible students admitted to its Summer LL.M. program. The award is a 20,000-dollar tuition credit, and it is available to students who are citizens and primary residents of one of the 48 countries on the United Nations' Least Developed Countries list (LDC).

A list of LDCs can be found here.

The Berkeley Law Summer LL.M. program is offered in 10-13-week blocks over two consecutive summers. It is now offering the opportunity specialize in Business Law and earn a Business Law Certificate for the first time this summer.

For more information about the program, please visit the Berkeley Law Summer LL.M. program website or the law school's full LLM GUIDE directory profile.


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