LL.M. Research Associates
Students who demonstrate exceptional commitment to, and achievement in, environmental and land use law may qualify for a Conservation Associate position and an award of $5,000. The Associate must enroll in the Conservation Clinic for at least one semester, and work as a “senior associate” in the clinic under the supervision of the Clinic Director. The Associate will take on significant responsibility and will have the opportunity to mentor J.D. students enrolled in the Clinic.
Florida Climate LL.M. Associate:
This associate award combines the opportunity to obtain an LL.M. in Environmental and Land Use Law with the opportunity to work with faculty at UF on a project relating to important issues surrounding climate change. The award varies from $9,000 – $18,000.
- Admission to the LL.M. in Environmental and Land Use Law Program
- Demonstrated commitment to environmental or land use law
- Academic achievement
- Post J.D. professional work experience and/or demonstrated leadership in student or civic activities and coursework related to environmental law or policy
How to apply:
- Associate applications should be submitted with the application to the LL.M. in Environmental & Land Use Law program. Please visit http://www.law.ufl.edu/academics/degree-programs/ll-m-environmental-land-use-law/admissions/ for complete information on the application process.
- Applicants submit a brief statement (one single-spaced page) explaining the candidate’s interest in the Associate position along with the LL.M. application materials.
- Applicants may also be interviewed by a committee composed of the Conservation Clinic Director and selected ELULP faculty.
- Applications should be submitted as a word or PDF document attachment emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Conservation Associate” in the subject line.
- Note: the awarding of scholarships or Associate positions may affect the maximum amount of financial aid a student may receive.