The School of Law of the University of Washington is accepting applications for the Barer Institute Fellowship. This program is open to students from any country who wish to undertake LLM program at the university. All candidates must have commitment to return to the home country after completing the program.
The Barer Institute focuses on the multidisciplinary role of law in promoting health, education and economic development. The goal of the Institute is to utilize lawyers as leaders in providing solutions to pressing development challenges in lower and middle income countries.
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Level and Area of Studies
Master degree in law (LLM Program)
Place of Study
The study will be taken in the United States.
Eligibility and Criteria
- Demonstrated need in the candidate’s home country for improved legal infrastructure in the areas of rule of law and governance, human rights and/or economic development
- A personal statement (1-2 pages) addressing the demonstrated need described above and the candidate’s commitment to and capacity for using the knowledge gained as a Barer Institute Fellow to address that need
- A first degree in law or equivalent
- A commitment to return to the home country
- Strong English skills.
There is no nationality restriction.