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International Scholarships

Raymonde Paul Scholarship

The Law School awards a scholarship to an entering student in memory of the late Raymonde I. Paul, who developed a diverse practice in international law and participated extensively in the International Federation of Women Lawyers. The scholarship goes to a student who shows a demonstrated interest in participating actively in Vanderbilt's International Legal Studies Program. The recipient is selected during the admission process from among admitted applicants who apply. > Read more...

Helen Strong Curry International Legal Studies Scholars

Each year, the Law School will select one Helen Strong Curry International Law Scholar from among current first-year J.D. students who apply. The Helen Strong Curry Scholar will receive supplemental scholarship funds to support study in the field of international law for each of the second and third years of study at VLS.  > Read more...

Ones W. Polk II International Studies Stipend

This fund provides a stipend of up to $1,500 each year to enable a student in financial need to pursue a summer externship in international law. The fund commemorates Ones W. Polk II, a member of the Vanderbilt Law Class of 1998, and was established through gifts from Mr. Polk's family and the Class of 1998.

Public Interest Summer Stipends

Vanderbilt's Public Interest Summer Stipends provides students pursuing public interest work with international organizations financial support.