Overseas Internships undertaken or arranged in 2012
The College has a larger than usual amount of funding for 2012 only, to support students who undertake internships with international agencies. As with the funding for general discretionary financial support, this is available only for internships related to your law studies, but for which no formal credit is given. Please complete the application form available from Finance & Human Resources, ANU College of Law.
Discretionary student financial support
The ANU College of Law is able to provide a limited amount of financial assistance to support student activities. This financial assistance is primarily offered in cases where students are undertaking activities that are connected with their law studies but for which they receive no formal credit towards a law or other ANU program. Funding is available for undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students.
The Phillipa Weeks Scholarship in Law
This scholarship is intended for Australian citizens and permanent residents who have left school in the last 12 months and are beginning their law studies. Applications usually close in November each year.
The Freilich Indigenous Student Scholarship in Law
The Freilich Indigenous Student Scholarship in Law is to assist people in the Indigenous Community who would like to attend university to obtain a degree in Law to further their career aspirations. Applications usually close in December each year.
DLA Piper Asia Outreach Scholarship in Law
This scholarship offers a wonderful opportunity for: a paid summer clerkship at a DLA Piper Australian office (Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth or Sydney); a clerkship of two to four weeks' duration in a DLA Piper Asia office (Bangkok, Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore or Tokyo); and a financial bursary of $4,000 towards final year study and/or expenses whilst on the clerkship in Asia.
Littleton Groom Memorial Scholarship
The Littleton Groom Memorial Scholarship, which is held by one Law student at a time, offers that student up to $1,000 per year for the duration of the Program in which the student is enrolled.
Yuill Scholarship to support the International Court of Justice Traineeship Scholarship
The purpose of the Yuill scholarship to support the International Court of Justice Traineeship Program is to defray the living expenses of the successful applicant while undertaking the traineeship. The primary criteria for award of the traineeship and scholarship are an excellent academic record in courses relating to public international law, and proven research and writing skills. Applications usually close in early January each year.
Legal Workshop GDLP Indigenous Scholarship Scheme
The ANU College of Law and the National Centre for Indigenous Studies (NCIS) have developed a scholarship program for study in the Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (GDLP) offered in the Legal Workshop commencing in January each year. Scholarship applicants must be Indigenous Australians and meet the admission requirements for the GDLP. Applications usually close in October each year.