The ANU Law School in conjunction with the World Bank Group's Integrity Vice Presidency (INT), has developed a scholarship program to support a current student of the ANU Law School's Bachelor of Laws (Honours) or Juris Doctor (JD) programs, to spend six months undertaking an internship with the INT's Special Litigation Unit. The scholarship will go towards covering expenses while the student works as a Fellow with the Special Litigation Unit at the World Bank's headquarters in Washington DC.
The ANU School of Legal Practice together with the National Centre for Indigenous Studies, may offer up to two awards known as the Indigenous Students' Practical Legal Training Scholarship. The objective of the award is to support Indigenous students who want to undertake practical legal training, which is required to become admitted as a lawyer. The award covers tuition fees for the duration of the student's Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice unless otherwise stated in the letter of offer. Applications are open throughout the year.
A rare opportunity for two students to undertake an internship in a London legal firm. The opportunity has been made possible by the College’s alumni community in London and will see two students experience a supervised 12 week internship in London.
A supervised 10-week internship in the field of constitutional law in the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department with a $15,000 AUD scholarship. This Scholarship has been made possible from the Leslie Zines Endowment, established in memory of Professor Leslie Zines AO, a former Dean of the ANU Faculty of Law and one of Australia’s leading constitutional law scholars.
The Australian National University offers a variety of scholarships to support law students at different stages of their studies.
ANU offers a wide range of scholarships to current and future students to assist with the cost of their studies. The University is committed to enabling students, regardless of their background, to achieve their best at ANU and realise their potential. Eligibility for ANU scholarships varies depending on the specifics of the scholarship. Some are based purely on prior academic achievement, others are based on social equity and access principles, and some are a combination of both.
The ANU College of Law is able to provide a limited amount of financial assistance to support student activities. This financial assistance is primarily offered in cases where students are undertaking activities that are connected with their law studies but for which they receive no formal credit towards a law or other ANU program. Funding is available for undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students.
The ANU College of Law makes available each semester 20 x $250 text book bursaries. If you would like to be considered for a bursary please make an application by sending an email to the Scholarships Committee. There is no application form, however, in your email you should state briefly why you are seeking a bursary. A committee will consider these statements when making their decision on the allocation of the bursaries. Applications close on 31 January for semester one, and 30 June for semester two.
Summer Research Scholarships
A Summer Research Scholarship is an exceptional research opportunity for undergraduate students at any Australian or New Zealand university. Get a taste of what it is like studying Honours or a postgraduate research degree at ANU. The scholarship gives you the opportunity to undertake a short research project at ANU for eight weeks from November to January, supervised by a world leading legal academic. Undergraduate students in their third or final year, or Honours students, currently enrolled at any Australian or New Zealand university are eligible.
Applications open around August.