2014 Health Law Student Scholarships
Seton Hall University School of Law
The Healthcare Compliance Certification Program is a multi-day educational program that addresses the myriad of legal and compliance issues faced by the pharmaceutical and medical device industries.
Purpose: This award recognizes promising health law students with an aptitude for and commitment to a career in health law with a focus on the legal and compliance issues within the pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical technology industries.
Eligibility: Each nominee must qualify under the following criteria:
- The nominee shall be a 2L or part-time 3L student currently enrolled in an accredited North American law school* who, through his or her law school academic and clinical work and other related activities, demonstrates an aptitude for an commitment to a legal career in health care law within the pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical technology industries.
- The nominee must be available to attend the June 9-12, 2014 Healthcare Compliance Certification Program.
- Multiple nominations per law school may be made.
- The following materials must be submitted by the nominee (the submission of additional material is not encouraged):
- A signed letter from either the Dean, clinical program director, or law school professor teaching in a health law or related area nominating the candidate and setting forth the basis for the nomination, including a description of the purposes and content of the class or clinical program in which the student is enrolled (please submit nomination letter by original mailed copy).
- The nominee’s current resume, including most recent GPA (electronic copy required).
- A brief personal statement of no more than two (2) typewritten pages highlighting the ominee’s background, experience, and other relevant information that qualifies him or her to receive the scholarship (electronic copy required).
- All applications will be judged by members of the Seton Hall Law School Faculty. All decisions are final.
- All applications will be judged on the strength of the eligibility criteria, letter of nomination, and personal statement.
- No scholarship will be awarded if the faculty members determine that no application meets the scholarship eligibility standards.