IBA 2018 Annual Conference Rome Scholarship Programme


The International Bar Association’s Sections and Committees offer a fund from which scholarships are awarded to young lawyers who wish to participate in the IBA 2018 Annual Conference in Rome, but who may face financial difficulties in doing so.

The 2018 scholarships are now OPEN. Please note that only one application may be submitted per person. Please select the relevant scholarship below to begin the application process.

Academic and Professional Development Committee scholarship

Access to Justice and Legal Aid Committee scholarship

Antitrust and Trade Law Section scholarship

Asia Pacific Regional Forum scholarship

Aviation Law Committee scholarship

Corporate Law Section scholarship

Criminal Law Section scholarship

Dispute Resolution Section scholarship

Energy, Environment, Natural Resources and Infrastructure Law (SEERIL) Section scholarship

European Regional Forum scholarship

Financial Services Section scholarship

Human Rights Law Committee AND Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) Law Committee joint scholarship

Intellectual Property, Communications and Technology Law Section scholarship

International Sales, Franchising and Product Law Section scholarship

Law Firm Management Committee AND African Regional Forum joint scholarship

Leisure Industries Section scholarship

Michael Prior Scholarship (Insolvency Section) scholarship

North American Regional Forum scholarship

Private Client Tax Committee scholarship

Professional Ethics Committee AND Alternative and New Law Business Structures Committee joint scholarship

Real Estate Section scholarship

Regulation of Lawyers Compliance Committee scholarship

Rule of Law Forum scholarship

Taxes Committee scholarship

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