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  • Currently, this option is not available. We do have one online course offered in our Animal Law Summer Program.

  • All students are required to take a two-credit Graduate Animal Law Seminar (one credit in the fall, one credit in the spring). Students are also required to take Administrative Law (3 credits) and Animal Law Fundamentals (3 credits) classes if they had not already satisfied these requirements in their J.D. programs. International students are not required to take Administrative Law, but it is encouraged.

    For the remaining credits, students may choose from any of our animal law courses, including up to 8 credits in non-animal law classes.

    A major written thesis (6 credits) is an option for selected students subject to the approval of the program director and faculty thesis supervisor.

    The LL.M. faculty advisor will counsel students on class selection, graduation requirements and other matters. Students will work with the advisor to register for classes once registration opens.

  • The LL.M. program requires students to complete 26 semester hours of credit and receive a cumulative GPA of 2.50 or better. A full-time student can compete the program in one academic year (two semesters). Students are allowed to attend the program part-time and will have up to two and a half years to satisfy all degree requirements.

    Students may also take classes toward their degree through the Animal Law Summer Program.

  • The Judith Kisch Animal Law LLM Scholarship

    The Judith Kisch Animal Law LLM Scholarship for Excellence was created in honor of Judith Kisch, a lifelong supporter of justice for all through education and advocacy.  The scholarship is in the amount of $4,000 and, when awarded, is to be used exclusively toward Animal Law LLM tuition costs.

    To apply:

    To be eligible for consideration, candidates submit the following:

    1. A copy of their Law School transcript;
    2. A copy of their resume; and
    3. An essay, not to exceed 500 words in which they discuss their commitment to animal law and advocacy, and how they plan to use an Animal Law LLM Degree to benefit animals.
    Deadline:

    Application period is currently closed, please check back in the spring for updates.

  • International Advocates Animal Law LL.M. Scholarships

    CALS is pleased to announce its 2016 - 2017 International Advocates Animal Law LL.M. Scholarships for individuals with extraordinary ability and potential in the field of animal law. The scholarship is designed to support scholars who demonstrate exceptional potential and interest in obtaining an education to become their countries’ innovators and leaders in legal work such as protecting wildlife or prosecuting animal cruelty.

    This scholarship includes:

    • Full waiver of tuition for 26 credits
    • On-campus student housing for the academic year
    • Partial meal plan for the academic year
    • Health insurance for the academic year
    • One round-trip international airline ticket

    The scholarship does not include:

    • Additional course costs, including fees and text books.
    • Personal items
    • Personal computer (computer labs will be available)

    The International Advocates Animal Law LL.M. Scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic merit, financial need, and the applicant’s personal statement in response to questions detailed in the Animal Law LL.M. application. Applicants must demonstrate a sincere interest and/or relevant experience in animal law or related areas. Preference will be given to qualified applicants from African countries, but all international candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

    To apply:

    To be eligible, applicants must first meet the admission criteria and be admitted to the Animal Law LL.M. Program.

    Animal Law LLM application (pdf 90KB)

    Applicants must include in their personal statement for the LLM application- an interest in the Scholarship, their academic merit and financial need, and any information they believe is relevant in determining eligibility.

    Deadline:

    Application period is currently closed, please check back in the spring for updates.

     

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