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Announcing the Nuremberg Tribunal Scholarship for The Hague Symposium

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    The Nuremberg Tribunal Scholarships for Law Students

    Are you looking for a way to use your law degree to peacefully mitigate and resolve violent conflict? Do you
    want to spend your summer networking one-on-one with some of the most influential leaders in the international justice field?  Apply today for The Nuremberg Tribunal Scholarship to attend the 2016 The Hague Symposium on Post-Conflict Transitions & International Justice!

    This year marks the 70th anniversary of the unprecedented Nuremberg Trials verdicts.  An ad hoc military tribunal set up for the sole purpose of trying Nazi leadership during WWII, the Nuremberg Trials remain today a significant pillar of international justice and specifically, international criminal law, demonstrating to the world that individuals can and will be tried for War Crimes.   The International Peace & Security Institute (IPSI) is pleased to be able to offer 2 Nuremberg Tribunal Scholarships for the 2016 The Hague Symposium on Post-Conflict Transitions & International Justice worth $2,200 each.

    In this summer’s symposium, participants will have the unique opportunity to engage in an intense and academically rigorous three weeks of interactive lecture, discussion, and experiential education led by the field’s foremost political leaders, scholars, practitioners, and advocates in the city of international law. Past and current faculty includes Justice Richard Goldstone, ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda, Prosecutor David Crane, among many others.

    The Nuremberg Tribunal Scholarship is EXTREMELY competitive.

    • Scholarships are merit- and need-based
    • Each Nuremberg Tribunal Scholarship covers $2200 (a 50% savings!) of the total tuition. Scholarship recipients are responsible for covering the remaining $2200 of the tuition, as well as travel and accommodation costs.
    • Scholarships are for tuition costs only and cannot be used in conjunction with any other reduction in fees offered by IPSI. Under no circumstances does IPSI provide scholarships for travel, visa costs, accommodations in The Hague, or food costs.

    Criteria:

    • Be between the ages of 22-35;
    • Be currently enrolled in a JD or LLM program or equivalent;
    • Be committed to a career in international justice;
    • Currently be working on issues of peace and security;
    • Demonstrate why you are uniquely suited to utilize IPSI’s trainings to foster peace and security;
    • Demonstrate financial need.

    APPLY TODAY: https://ipsinstitute.fluidreview.com/

    For more information about The Hague Symposium or the Nuremberg Tribunal Scholarship, please contact Program Assistant Tatti Currey at tcurrey@ipsinstitute.org.

     

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