LL.M applicants wishing to be considered for financial aid should indicate their interest on their admissions application. Applicants are eligible for merit fellowships only. Recipients will be selected during the admissions process and need not complete any supplemental materials.
Applicants needing loan funds may apply for a private student loan. Most loans will require a U.S. co-signer with significant credit history. Cornell Law cannot assist in securing a student loan.
International candidates for the JD program must complete a Need Access Report. Parent financial aid information is required for scholarship consideration. An applicant must also submit parent and student translated tax returns or wage statements for both parents.
Applicants needing loans may also apply for a private student loan. However, most loans will require a U.S. cosigner with significant credit history. Cornell Law cannot assist in securing a student loan.
For more information about J.D. funding, please see applying for aid.
Financial Aid Office
226A Myron Taylor Hall
Cornell Law School
Ithaca, NY 14853