This scholarship is for graduate degree (J.D., MBA, and other) students who have a business/metrics driven focus as it relates to the practice of law or have demonstrated an interest in Legal Operations. Candidates interested in the business of managing in-house legal department operations and driving the evolution of legal service delivery models are encouraged to apply.
CLOC will award up to 10 scholarships for $6,000 in 2020. Note: You must be a current student in the 2020/21 academic calendar year to apply. If you graduate in spring 2020, you are not eligible to apply. Scholarship recipients will also be invited to attend CLOC's annual Institute May 12-14, 2020 at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. All travel and hotel costs will be covered by CLOC and recipients who attend the Institute will be required to write two blog posts about their experience. All scholarship winners will also receive a one year membership to CLOC. Finally, each scholarship recipient will be paired with the CLOC regional leader closest to their current school for career guidance and mentorship.
To be eligible, you must:
Please note: As a U.S. based non-profit and because scholarships are awarded directly to the institution (not the scholarship recipient personally), CLOC is only able to provide scholarships to students attending school in the U.S. at this time. CLOC values the contributions of students across the world and other opportunities to participate with CLOC are open to regional students for the London or Sydney Institutes, as well as regional meetings.
Your application must include:
The scholarship will be awarded to the most promising applicants whose essays best show a genuine interest in a Legal Operations career and the evolution of legal service delivery models. The Committee will also consider prior work experience in Legal Operations or related fields.
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