The Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation is pleased to announce the 2019 RMMLF scholarship programs. This scholarship program is open to the law student, who is full time nominated in one of the Foundation’s Constituent Law Schools.
Awards have increased from $ 1,000 to $ 10,500. Tuition Scholarship should be used and it will be paid directly to one of the law schools.
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Who May Eligible:
To eligible, the candidates must be following all the eligibility criteria:
- A law student who will be enrolled full time at a Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation (RMMLF) Constituent Law Schools (CLS) during the 2019-20 Academic Year, and
- Who can demonstrate a commitment to the study of oil and gas law, mining law, energy law, water law, public land law, environmental law, and related areas, is eligible to apply.
How to Apply & Competitions Rules
To apply, the applicants must download the application form and submit with all supporting documents to firstname.lastname@example.org
- You must complete all parts of this application form.
- A handwritten application will not be accepted.
- You must submit your application in the same format as the original form.
- Academic, financial, and other data will all be considered in evaluating your application.
- You must submit
as attachments in one email to email@example.com scanned (pdf) copies of
- Your completed, dated, and signed application form. Do not include these instructions and general information pages.
- Your law school transcript. First-year law school students must submit their undergraduate transcript. Unofficial copies of transcripts are acceptable.
- Your LSAT or GRE report (whichever is required by your law school). This is typically the form displayed to the right, although an official school report providing the score may also be accepted.
- Students enrolled in combined JD/Masters programs must submit their LSAT report, unless their law school accepts the GRE in place of the LSAT.
- Fall, spring, and full-year scholarships may cover partial or full tuition. Recent awards have ranged from $1,000 to $10,500.
- Tuition scholarships must be used at, and will be paid directly to, one of the Constituent Law Schools.
The completed application form and supporting documents must be received by February 28 (JD students) and March 15 (LLM students).