Based on the student’s GPA (grade point average) in their eight highest course grades, the top 10% of American Law Program graduates (the second component of the LL.M. Program) is eligible for a 50% scholarship toward the LL.M. program tuition. These annual awards are made to 5-7 students each year depending on the number of students in that year’s program and how closely clustered the GPAs of the 10% are.
Students who did not graduate from the ALP before joining the LL.M. Program are also eligible for the scholarship in case they are amongst the top 10% of the ALP.
Prospective LL.M. students are also encouraged to seek funding and external scholarships from other sources, such as their employers, universities, or governmental and non-governmental organizations.