[Law-envtlcert] FEB 28 SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE - Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation
shsu at law.fsu.edu
Sat Feb 18 11:49:10 EST 2017
This is a reminder that the application deadline for Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation scholarships, for students interested in a career in natural resources law, is fast approaching. These are great scholarships, and partially cover the cost of tuition. The average amount seems to be around $5,000. Only students from "constituent schools" can apply. Fortunately, FSU is one of them!
See the link below for more information and an application.
From: Frances Hartogh [mailto:fhartogh at rmmlf.org]
Sent: Friday, February 17, 2017 1:08 PM
To: Frances Hartogh <fhartogh at rmmlf.org<mailto:fhartogh at rmmlf.org>>
Subject: SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINES - Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation
To Trustees, Professors, and Students at Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Constituent Law Schools:
A reminder that application deadlines for our Scholarships Programs are fast approaching:
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION DEADLINES:
JD Applicants - FEBRUARY 28, 2017
LLM Applicants - MARCH 15, 2017
Information and an application form can be found on our website at https://www.rmmlf.org/professors-and-students/scholarships.
The Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation (RMMLF) has two Scholarship Programs to support well-qualified law students who have the potential to make significant contributions to scholarship in natural resources law: the Joe Rudd Scholarships, established in 1979 in honor of a prominent natural resources attorney in Alaska, and the RMMLF Scholarships, established in 1993. Over $2.5 million has been awarded to 486 scholars.
Ø Eligibility. A law student enrolled full time at one of the Foundation's Constituent Law Schools listed below and who can demonstrate a commitment to study natural resources law or who is undertaking the study of natural resources law is eligible to apply for these tuition scholarships. Incoming LLM Students and JD 1Ls: If you have applied to one of these schools, but have not yet been accepted, you may still apply for a scholarship, although scholarships will only be awarded for tuition at these schools.
University of Alberta
University of Arizona
Arizona State University
Brigham Young University
University of Calgary
University of California-Davis
University of Colorado
University of Denver
Florida State University
University of Houston
University of Idaho
University of Kansas
Lewis and Clark
Louisiana State University
University of Montana
University of Nebraska
University of Nevada-Las Vegas
University of New Mexico
University of North Dakota
University of Oklahoma
University of the Pacific-McGeorge
University of South Dakota
Southern Methodist University
Texas A&M University
Texas Tech University
University of Texas
University of Tulsa
University of Utah
University of Wyoming
Ø Amount of Scholarships. Scholarship awards may cover partial or full tuition costs only. The tuition scholarships must be used at, and will be paid directly to, one of the Constituent Law Schools listed above.
Ø Criteria for Selection. Applications will be evaluated by the RMMLF Scholarships Committee according to an established set of criteria, which include:
* Potential to make a significant contribution to the field of natural resources law
* Academic ability
* Leadership ability
* Year in law school
* Financial need
Questions? Please email scholarships at rmmlf.org<mailto:scholarships at rmmlf.org>.
Frances C. Hartogh
Associate Director/Director of Outreach
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation
9191 Sheridan Blvd., Suite 203
Westminster, CO 80031
303-321-8100 x 107
fhartogh at rmmlf.org<mailto:fhartogh at rmmlf.org>
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