Intellectual Property Scholarships (IP) are available to entering first-year students who demonstrate an interest in and commitment to intellectual property law. The scholarships cover full or half in-state tuition and mandatory student fees for the first year.
The award also includes a Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) position in the second and third years of study. As a GRA, students will work closely with IP faculty members on scholarly research, receive a full or half tuition waiver, and receive up to $4,000 each year as a stipend.
How to Apply
Acceptance to Georgia State Law is required to be eligible for any scholarship. All entering students who wish to apply for an intellectual property scholarship must submit:
- A resume
- A 500-word statement addressing your interest and achievement in, and commitment to, intellectual property law
- A signed and dated Waiver of Confidentiality Form
- Up to two letters of recommendation (optional)
Submit all materials electronically to [email protected] by Feb. 15. Scholarship recipients will be informed by March 16.
Questions? Contact admissions at lawadmissions.gsu.edu.