All LL.M. candidates are given consideration for scholarships funded by the University of Maryland Carey School of Law. These scholarships include the David Hoffman Fellows and the Maryland Dean’s Scholars.
The namesake of the David Hoffman Fellows was the founder of the Law Institute of the University of Maryland in 1812 and the designer of the first course of legal study in the United States. In honor of his legacy, we offer a limited number of $5,000 scholarships toward tuition support to promising LL.M. students.
Maryland Dean’s Scholarships are awarded to a small number of outstanding applicants for the LL.M. program. These scholarships carry with them an award of up to $10,000 toward tuition and are intended to attract the best students to the University of Maryland.