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Upcoming deadlines

November 14, 2014

Study abroad, Salzberg Cutler Fellows, Lauder, and FAPSE deadlines are soon.

Study Abroad Application for 2015–2016 — Deadline is December 1

Applications are due in the Fall of students’ second year at Penn Law for study abroad the following year. Individual students will be approved for overseas study on the basis of factors including academic achievement, relationship of study abroad to personal and professional goals, foreign language ability, maturity and cultural adaptability, and potential for contributing to Penn Law’s overall international programming.

Applications can be found here and should be emailed to international@law.upenn.edu upon completion.

Salzburg Cutler Fellows Program — Deadline is December 1

The Salzburg Cutler Fellows Program brings together 50 of the nation’s top law students with leading academics, judges and practitioners in the fields of private and public international law. The two-day program (February 19–21, 2015) in Washington, D.C., examines the most critical issues shaping today’s international law agenda and creates a network of men and women interested in careers in international practice and public service. 

This program is open to 2Ls, 3Ls, and LLMs.  Students with strong international experience and/or backgrounds are particularly encouraged to apply.  A maximum of five Penn Law students will be admitted, and application is competitive. 

Please submit application materials requested here to international@law.upenn.edu by Monday, December 1.

The Lauder Institute, Joint Degree Application — Deadline is December 1

Students apply separately to Penn Law and Lauder. Please visit the admissions website for application and admissions details. Any questions may be directed to Meghan Ellis, Lauder Associate Director for Admissions, at ellismeg@wharton.upenn.edu.

FASPE (Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics) — Deadline is January 6

FASPE (Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics), in collaboration with The Museum of Jewish Heritage—A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, is now accepting applications for a fellowship that uses the conduct of lawyers and judges during the Holocaust and in Nazi Germany as a launching point for an intensive two-week summer program on contemporary legal ethics. 

The 2015 FASPE Law program will run from May 24 to June 4.  Visit www.FASPE.info for detailed information.

Read more about the FASPE experience of former student, Kaytlin Roholt L ’14.