The recipient of the Drapers’ Scholarship enrolls at Queen Mary College of the University of London for a year of post-graduate study and may register for courses at any of the other four colleges of the University of London that offer law courses. These include King's College, the London School of Economics and Political Science, University College, and the School of Oriental and African Studies. The scholarship includes tuition, round-trip transportation, room and board, and a stipend to defray other living expenses.
The Drapers' Scholarship competition is open to third-year students at William & Mary Law School and William & Mary law alumni who have graduated within the last two years. If you would like further information about this opportunity, please contact Vice Dean Laura Heymann at [[w|laheym]]. To apply for the scholarship, please send Cassi Fritzius, [[w|cbfrit]], your resume and a letter (no more than three pages single spaced) describing the reasons for your interest in this scholarship and why you would benefit from the experience. The application deadline is 5 p.m., Wednesday, October 15, 2014.
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