A message from Professor Flournoy:
The ALI-ABA is offering a limited number of full-tuition scholarships to allow deserving law students to attend the ALI-ABA Course of Study, Environmental Law, to be held Wednesday-Friday, February 2-4, 2011, at the Washington Plaza Hotel in Washington, D.C. An announcement describing this course is available at: http://files.ali-aba.org/pdf/Enviro_LawStudent_2011.pdf.
The UF ELUL Program will nominate one student for this scholarship and provide funding for travel up to $600 to permit the student to attend this 2-day workshop. The workshop provides an excellent overview of federal environmental law and an opportunity to network with experienced environmental law practicioners. ALI-ABA will accept the first 25 scholarship nominations from across the country for full-time students currently matriculated in law school on a first-come basis. Additional students will be able to watch the live video webcast of the course.
Because this is offered on a first-come-first served basis for law schools, UF will make its selection next week. If you are interested in being nominated for the scholarship to attend the program live, please send the following information to Professor Flournoy (email@example.com) by midnight Wednesday, Dec. 8:
- A resume
- An unofficial transcript
- A one paragraph statement of the basis of your interest and your demonstrated interest in the field of environmental law.
If you do not wish to attend the program live but wish to view the webcast, please send an email to Flournoy@law.ufl.edu and attach a current resume. All students not selected to attend the program live will also be nominated to watch the live video webcast of the course.