From the 2010 News Archive
School of Law Announces Fellowships for LL.M. Program
The University of Maryland School of Law has announced the David Hoffman Fellowships, providing $5000 of tuition support for highly qualified individuals enrolling in its LL.M. Program
"Maryland Law is the third-oldest law school in the United States, and its founder, David Hoffman
, is the father of American legal education," said Dean Phoebe Haddon. "We are proud to honor his legacy by creating Fellowships that will attract students from around the world to the Law School he established."
All students admitted to Maryland's LL.M. Program will be eligible for the Fellowships. Following acceptance, qualified LL.M. candidates will be informed about the process for applying for a David Hoffman Fellowship.
The design of the Maryland LL.M. is specialized, substantive, and personal. It is founded on some of the nation's highest ranked specialty programs, including Health Law (ranked number two among all U.S. law schools), Environmental Law (number six), and Clinical Law (ranked eighth). The Maryland LL.M. offers international candidates an opportunity to work on a one-on-one basis with some of the leading scholars in the United States.