Allen & Overy Launches New Scholarship for Students in the LL.M. in Clinical Legal Education at the University of Ulster

New funds will cover tuition for one student per year over three years

Law firm Allen & Overy has announced that it is making new scholarships available for select students studying the LL.M. in Clinical Legal Education at Northern Ireland's University of Ulster.

The new scholarships will fund full tuition and maintenance costs for one student per year over three years, starting this year.

Ulster's LL.M. in Clinical Legal Education helps students address "unmet legal need in the fields of employment law and social security law," according to the program's webpage. The LL.M. covers a variety of topics, with modules in "Social Security Law," "Employment Law," and "Alternative Dispute Resolution," among others.

The deadline to apply for the LL.M. is August 21. All successful applicants will be invited to apply for the new Allen & Overy scholarship.

For more information, please see Ulster's School of Law news page or the school's LL.M. in Clinical Legal Education course webpage.


Photo: "Belfast - University of Ulster" by KGGucwa / Creative Commons (cropped)

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