Each year, a small number of students will be selected as Georgetown Law International Arbitration Scholars, based on their academic and professional backgrounds and a demonstrated interest in the subject area.  Designation as a Scholar signals a student’s strong potential in the field.  Scholars will receive substantial scholarships toward tuition for their LL.M. studies, and will, over the course of their LL.M., participate in a Colloquium with the objective of developing a research topic and producing a paper of publishable quality under the supervision of a professor.

To apply, indicate your interest in being considered for the scholarship on your LL.M. application form, and submit a supplemental essay of 500 words (max) on an issue of international arbitration law or policy that is of interest to you.