The Center for Animal Law Studies is pleased to be able to offer scholarships for domestic and international Animal Law LLM students for the upcoming academic year. To learn more about each scholarship, please read the detailed descriptions below. All applicants who allow their application materials to be shared with potential donors are automatically considered for every scholarship they are eligible for.
Unless stated otherwise, our Animal Law LLM scholarships come with full-tuition and law student health insurance, which does not include dental or vision coverage. Certain scholarships automatically include housing and a partial campus meal plan.
At this time, none of our scholarships cover additional attendance and course costs, such as airfare, books, and other activities.
In addition to the scholarships listed below, all well-qualified applicants are automatically considered for financial support in the form of a tuition reduction.
Scholarships for International Applicants:
The Brooks Institute Scholarships in Animal Law honor the legacy of Brooks McCormick Jr., who shared his life with companion animals. His deep bond with them fueled his belief in their emotional cognizance and intellectual capacity. Two full-tuition international scholarships are available for the 2019-20 academic year.
The International Advocates Animal Law LLM Scholarships were established to support individuals with ability and potential in the field of animal law. The scholarship was designed to offer international lawyers who demonstrate the capacity and interest in becoming their countries’ innovators and leaders in the field. Six full tuition scholarships are available each academic year.
This full-tuition LLM scholarship will offer a Spanish attorney the opportunity to earn the world’s only advanced degree in animal law from the Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark Law School.
Scholarships for Domestic Students:
The Brooks Institute Scholarships in Animal Law honor the legacy of Brooks McCormick Jr., who shared his life with companion animals. His deep bond with them fueled his belief in their emotional cognizance and intellectual capacity. One full-tuition domestic (U.S. citizen) scholarship is available for the 2019-20 academic year.