The Florida State Univ. College of Law is accepting applications for our Environmental LL.M. Research and Teaching Fellowship. We will appreciate your letting your students and others who might be interested know about this opportunity. Applications for the fall 2013 semester are due by no later than June 15. I have posted the Announcement and a link to it below: http://www.law.fsu.edu/
academic_programs/ environmental/llm/ LLMFellowship_2013.pdf
The Florida State University College of Law Environmental LL.M. Research and Teaching Fellowship
This Fellowship is awarded to select candidates for the LL.M. in Environmental, Energy, & Land Use Law. Recipients will work with Environmental Faculty at the College of Law on current environmental, energy, or land use issues. Fellowship recipients will also have an opportunity to teach one or two courses at the College of Law. The Fellowship award may range from $7,500-$15,000.
Qualifications and Criteria for Selection:
- Admission to the College of Law’s LL.M. in Environmental, Energy, & Land Use Law Program
- Academic record
- Work and/or other experience related to environmental, energy, or land use law or policy
How to apply:
- Applications for the Fellowship should be submitted with the application to the LL.M. in Environmental, Energy & Land Use Law program. Please visit http://www.law.fsu.edu/
academic_programs/ environmental/llm_ environmental_law_policy.html for information on the application process.
- Applicants should submit a brief statement (one single-spaced page) explaining the candidate’s interest in the Fellowship position together with the LL.M. application materials.
- Applicants may also be interviewed by a committee comprised of selected College of Law Environmental faculty.