Want to learn a new language--and thereby develop your own legal niche--for free?
Attend the Information Session on Wednesday, October 23, from 12:00 to 12:45 in Room 275, to learn about prestigious summer language immersion fellowships available to professional students (you!).
- The Critical Language Scholarship is a summer only scholarship funded by the U.S. State Department and allows for students to study critical languages of national security interest.
- The Boren Fellowship is funded by the National Security Education Program (NSEP) and provides up to $30,000 for the graduate-level study of a critical language in a country of national security interest.
- Third-year law student Josh Hartsell, a Boren Fellowship award recipient, spent the past academic year in Seoul, Korea studying intensive Korean language and trade law and policy between the United States and Korea. Josh will speak about his experience studying abroad and the application process.
This information session is co-sponsored by the International Law Society. All students are invited to attend. Lunch will be provided in Room 275 for attendees - catered by Safier Mediterranean Deli - while it lasts.