The International Advocates Animal Law L.L.M. 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 obtaining an education to become their countries’ innovators and leaders in the field. Three full tuition scholarships are available each academic year.
The Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark Law School is proud to announce the International Society for Animal Rights/Helen Jones Memorial Scholarship in partnership with the International Society for Animal Rights. This full-tuition LL.M. scholarship will offer a non-U.S. attorney the opportunity to earn the world’s only advanced degree in animal law.
The Richard J. Peppin Scholarship for Animal Rights is an endowed scholarship established by Rich Peppin to recognize students dedicated to advocating for the rights of animals.
—- Applicants must already be a Lewis & Clark law student (J.D. or LL.M.).
—- Applications are due in the Spring semester.
The Raymond Kisch Animal Law LL.M. Scholarship for Academic Excellence was created in honor of Raymond Kisch, an attorney and lifelong supporter of justice for all through education and advocacy.