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November 15, 2012

New Hans Linde Fellowship Announced

The School of Law and the Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics are pleased to announce the establishment of the Hans Linde Fellowship. Each year, the fellowship will provide a stipend of $4,000 to a second- or third-year UO Law student who is actively interested in addressing legal problems that extend beyond national or state borders.

For this inaugural year the fellowship will be available for the spring semester and the stipend will be $2500. Applications are due on January 14, 2013. Current 2L and 3L students may apply.

The Fellowship will support student research into problems that extend beyond traditional jurisdictional boundaries and therefore must be addressed by multiple jurisdictions or multistate or multinational institutions. Former Oregon Supreme Court Justice and UO Law Professor Hans Linde is a reknowned expert in administrative law and keenly interested in multijurisdictional legal processes.

More information and application instructions can be found on the Wayne Morse Center website here.

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