Trinity Offering Hyman Tarlo LL.M. Scholarship for Australian National

Merit-based award will cover full tuition plus a stipend

The Law School of Trinity College Dublin will offer the Hyman Tarlo Scholarship in Law for the 2015-16 academic year. The scholarship is open to all Australian nationals who have attained an undergraduate or graduate law degree in an Australian university, and who will begin one of Trinity's four full-time LL.M. programs beginning in September 2015.

The scholarship covers full LL.M non-EU tuition fees, as well as a stipend of AUS$10,000, and will be awarded solely based on academic merit. 

The scholarship is sponsored by Ruth Tarlo in memory of her late husband, Hyman Tarlo, an Australian legal scholar who studied at Trinity during the 1940s.

Applicants must complete the LL.M. application process by May 31, 2015, and must hold an unconditional offer by July 1. 

For more information, please visit the Trinity LL.M. scholarship website, or the school's full LLM GUIDE directory profile


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