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From the Canadian Institute for Advanced Legal Studies
The Canadian Institute for Advanced Legal Studies annually awards two scholarships for the LLM degree at the University of Cambridge, England. The Right Honourable Paul Martin Sr. Scholarships cover full tuition at the University of Cambridge, a monthly living allowance, the Immigration Health Surcharge, and one return airfare, subject to any other awards received by the successful candidate.
Candidates who have been awarded a law degree from a three or four-year program at a faculty of law in a Canadian university in the four years before the candidate will commence his or her studies at the University of Cambridge are eligible for these scholarships. An applicant must be accepted into the University of Cambridge and a Cambridge College for the LLM in order to receive this scholarship, although such acceptance need not be confirmed at the time of the application for the scholarship nor at the time that the Institute provides the candidate with notice that he or she has been selected to receive the scholarship.
The Paul-André Crépeau Scholarship is awarded for advanced legal studies leading to the equivalent of a master’s or doctoral degree study in the French language outside Canada. The scholarship’s eligibility criteria allow for a one-year stay within the scope of a doctoral program jointly supervised with a French language university outside Canada. The recent broadening of the scholarship criteria allows for applicants planning to study in joint doctoral programs offered by French language universities in Canada to be considered for the award.