Two Fellowship Opportunities: US and the South Pacific Island Jurisdictions
US Supreme Court Fellowship applications open
Fellows conduct independent research and work with one of four offices – the Office of the Counselor to the Chief Justice, the Administrative Office, the Sentencing Commission, and the Federal Judicial Center (the education and research arm of the US federal judiciary).
Applications are due 17 November 2023. More information is found below.
ACICA Announces First Scholarship Program from Education Fund Established following ICCA Congress
The Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA) has just announced a new scholarship program supported by the Education Fund Established following the ICCA Congress in Sydney in 2018. The program includes two biennial scholarships to legal practitioners who are admitted in South Pacific Island jurisdictions.
Applications will open in 2024, and recipients will be:
“- awarded the opportunity to attend AAW including the ACICA & Ciarb Australia International Arbitration Conference, the lead event of AAW;
– supported by the ACICA Secretariat to obtain an understanding of ACICA’s work;
– offered the opportunity to be a part of an ADR practitioner network that ACICA seeks to encourage in the South Pacific; and
– offered the opportunity to learn more about and participate in ICCA activities directed at aspiring arbitration practitioners, such as the Young ICCA mentoring program, the ICCA Inclusion Fund and the Johnny Veeder Fellowship Program. provided with information or inclusion in relevant ICCA programs.”
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