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 Bates Overseas Fellowships Information Meeting


Date: 09/25/2013
Time: 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
Contact: Wiederhold,Stephanie L

Location: Hutchins Hall 138

Description: The Bates Overseas Fellowships are intended to enable students to travel abroad for work or study experience that exposes them to legal and political institutions overseas. Students may apply for grants to enable them to pursue professional internships with international or governmental agencies, nongovernmental organizations, or other legal or political institutions in foreign countries. Although less common, applications may be considered for the pursuit of legal studies abroad, including independently designed research projects. Proposals are accepted for design-your-own projects/study as a 3L or post-graduation. This means projects can take place during a student's second summer, immediately after graduation, post-clerkship, etc. Proposals for projects of various types and requiring various lengths of time are welcome. Students may not seek Bates Overseas Fellowships for externships or study abroad programs for academic credit toward the student’s JD.