On-Campus LL.M. in Dispute Resolution Program
The On-Campus LL.M. Program in Dispute Resolution offers limited departmental financial support to full-time students — the Rankin M. Gibson LL.M. Scholarship and the LL.M. Fellowship. In general, LL.M. students with departmental financial support receive funding for one semester. View the total proposed tuition, fees, and other expenses.
The application form for department funding explains the two different awards and provides instructions on how to apply. The Law School does not offer graduate teaching or graduate research assistantships.
Applicants can address funding questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or (573) 882-5969.
Financial Support for All Graduate Students
The MU Graduate School maintains a website with additional financial support information.
Weinstein Fellowship for International Students
The Weinstein International Fellowship program provides opportunities for individuals from outside the United States to visit the U.S. to learn more about dispute resolution processes and practices and to pursue a project of their own design that serves to advance the resolution of disputes in their home countries. It is sponsored by the JAMS Foundation. For more information, see http://www.jamsadr.com/weinstein-fellowship/.
New York Summer Externship Fellowship
Each year, the LL.M. in Dispute Resolution Program provides a substantial fellowship to cover expenses related to a summer externship with major organizations in the field such as the American Arbitration Association or the International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution in New York City. This opportunity is available only to LL.M. students who do this for externship course credit. This program is available through the generosity of the Husch Blackwell LLP law firm in Kansas City, Missouri.