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U.S. Army And IU Maurer School Of Law Offering Scholarships
Updated September 7, 2016 7:18 AM | Filed under: Education
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(BLOOMINGTON) - The U.S. Army and the Indiana University Maurer School of Law have signed an agreement to create the U.S. Army Law Scholars Program, which will allow qualifying officers and enlisted soldiers to pursue a legal education during their time of service.

Qualifying soldiers, from both active duty and reserve personnel, will receive a nonresident scholarship of about $75,000 to the law school and be paired with both an alumnus and student mentor for the duration of their time in Bloomington.

Service members interested in becoming a U.S. Army Law Scholar must meet the traditional requirements of any other student admitted into the Maurer School of Law.

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