White & Case/Carolyn B. Lamm Scholarship

The University of Miami School of Law and White & Case LLP award one half-tuition scholarship to an outstanding applicant to attend the White & Case International Arbitration LL.M. Program.

No separate application is required for the White & Case/Carolyn B. Lamm Scholarship. Students who submit an online application and are admitted to the International Arbitration LL.M. Program are automatically considered for these prestigious scholarships based on admission credentials, academic achievements and promise.

Application Deadline

Applications for admissions and scholarships will be considered on a rolling basis, with a priority deadline of February 15. However, we encourage interested students to apply even after our priority deadline of February 15. We will accept applications for admission up until the beginning of the program in early August, and scholarships may still be available at a later time.

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Cost of Attendance
Bar Admissions
Joint JD/LLM Option


The Chair of the LL.M. in International Arbitration is Professor Jan Paulsson. The Director of the program is Sandra Friedrich. The program coordinator is Arlene Buchanan. Marike Paulsson directs the International Arbitration Institute.




Martin Hunter
February 8, 2016:
Professor Martin Hunter panel and book launch.
Carolyn Lamm
April 17, 2015: Carolyn Lamm with White & Case LLP in Washington D.C. on "Can Process Make up for Distrust in International Arbitration?" Watch lecture on the Young ICCA website.

Stephen M. Schwebel
April 1, 2015: Stephen M. Schwebel, former U.S. judge and president of the International Court of Justice, on "The High Tide of International Adjudication and Arbitration." 

V.V. Veeder
February 12, 2015: V.V. Veeder on "What Makes or Unmakes a Place of International Arbitration?"

Arbitration Institute Dedication
The law firm White & Case has made a gift to support the International Arbitration Institute.
For Second Year, Miami Law Hosts Fundamentals in International Arbitration Course