I was looking for a law school that offered international human rights and also offered the opportunity for me to get involved in international activities. At Michigan, I was able to go to Cambodia and South Africa, and I had the opportunity to speak with professors from all over the world.
– Latoya Antonio, '10
Fellowships, Awards, and Funding Opportunities
Luxembourg, home of the European Court of Justice
Fellowships enable outstanding individuals to fuse ideas and concepts acquired in the classroom with real-world practical training. The awards and funding opportunities students obtain often set the foundation for leadership in public and private international law. The following fellowships are available to Michigan Law students.
Michigan Law School
Clara Belfield and Henry Bates Overseas Fellowships
Dean Acheson Legal Stage Program: Clerkships at the European Court of Justice
International Court of Justice University Traineeship Program
Student Funded Fellowships
U-M Center for European Studies
Jean Monnet Graduate Fellowship for Research on Issues of European Integration
U-M International InstituteForeign Language Area Studies Fellowship
Other Funding Opportunities