Scholarships & Bursaries
The Law School also awards several scholarships and bursaries which have a discretionary component. To ensure fairness and transparency, the Prizes and Scholarships Committee has developed an application procedure for these bursaries and scholarships.
Pupillages in international and comparative criminal defence practice
Durham Law School is pleased to announce several mini pupillages awarded as prizes for students of the undergraduate law module ‘Introduction to Comparative and International Criminal Law’ run by Professor Michael Bohlander. The mini pupillages will be awarded annually to those students with the best results in the exams in that course as confirmed by the Board of Examiners.
Hogan Lovells Scholarship
The University gratefully acknowledges the generous gift bestowed by Hogan Lovells International LLP. The Hogan Lovells Scholarship assists one or more undergraduate student(s) embarking on the LLB Law or Law with Foundation LLB programme who meet the essential eligibility criteria associated with this scholarship. One or more new scholarships are offered per academic year, awarding the scholar(s) with up to £8,000 of financial support for the first years of their academic studies on their Law programme. The exact amount of the financial award made to each scholar will be dependent upon the scholar’s financial circumstances, including support they receive from other sources.
Hardships and Financial Assistance Bursaries
Durham Law School is committed to offering the best opportunities possible to its students and for those opportunities to be open to all, regardless of background and financial means. To ensure fairness and transparency, the prizes and Scholarships Committee has developed an application procedure for these bursaries and scholarships.