Temple Law provides some scholarships to LLM students on the basis of need and academic merit. Such financial aid is awarded only in the form of a limited number of partial tuition waivers and cannot be used to cover living expenses. U.S. immigration regulations limit the scope and number of hours a foreign citizen on a student visa may work, so it is not possible to earn enough to support oneself while studying.
All decisions for financial aid are made after the March 15 application deadline, allowing the Admissions Committee to assess the relative strengths of each applicant. Students interested in applying for one of these partial-tuition scholarships should complete the Application for Financial Aid (which is part of the PDF Application) and include in their application a one-page statement with their applications explaining the basis for the request.
Fellowships and Grants
Students who require financial assistance should investigate alternative sources of financial support and should begin this process at least one year before applying to the LLM program. To assist in your search, we recommend the following resources: