Human Rights LL.M. Fellowship
Columbia University - Columbia Law School (CLS)
December 18, 2018
Partial to Full-Tuition + Stipend
The Human Rights LL.M. Fellowship is jointly coordinated by Columbia Law Schools Human Rights Institute, the focal point of human rights work, education, critical reflection, and scholarship at the Law School, and the Office of Graduate Legal Studies, which manages the Schools LL.M. and J.S.D. Programs.
Fellowships offer partial to full waivers of tuition, and in some cases, a living stipend, depending on the applicants demonstrated level of financial need.
Applicants must demonstrate experience in international human rights and a commitment to a career in the field, whether in academia and/or human rights practice.
Candidates from Africa, Asia, and Latin America, and candidates who face impediments to education and leadership because of their race, ethnicity, religion, socio-economic background, gender, or sexual orientation are strongly encouraged to apply.