CCIL Supporting Students
The CCIL awards annually up to three John Peters Humphrey Student Fellowships in the field of International Human Rights Law or International Organizations to enable selected individuals to begin or continue graduate studies at a reputable academic institution in Canada or abroad. Priority will be given to individuals who are entering or about to enter graduate studies. At least one fellowship may be awarded to an individual enrolled in a master's program (or equivalent).
Leslie C Green Scholarship
The Leslie C Green Veterans Scholarship is a $2,000 scholarship to be awarded to a Canadian Forces veteran entering or pursuing first year legal studies at the JD or LLB level at a Canadian law school. The successful candidate will have a demonstrable interest in international humanitarian law.
Jessup Moot Competition
The CCIL has always encouraged participation in the Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition as such activities enhance student knowledge of international law and the peaceful settlement of international disputes. The Jessup competition provides law students with a unique opportunity to prepare written and oral arguments on complex issues of international law involving a hypothetical case before the International Court of Justice.