The Ohio State University
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law's LL.M. Scholarship
The Moritz College of Law is part of the largest university in the United States: The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law Master of
Laws (LL.M) Program is designed for foreign lawyers who wish to advance their legal education in a stimulating academic environment. The College
offers the dual advantages of highly-regarding law curriculum at a major allows for individual attention and support. The LL.M program is pleased
to announce a new scholarship initiative for Fulbright Scholars. Fulbright Scholars who are admitted to the LL.M program will be granted partial tuition waivers
reducing their tuition costs to in-state tuition levels.
Levels of Study:Graduate
Field of study:Law
Location of study:The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
- Must be a Fulbright Scholars or Muskie Fellow admitted to the LL.M program.
- Students must have obtained LL.B from a foreign country; or completed in a foreign country the university-based legal education
required to take the equivalent of the bar examination in that foreign country; or is qualified to practice law in a foreign.
- If English is not your country's primary language, you will be required to take and submit the TOEFL examination.
- Instructions:While our application is to be completed online, other materials must be submitted by mail, some to more than one
office. Please read instructions for each section carefully.