The Ann Kennedy Graduate Scholarship in Law was established by Lady Margaret Hall in 2016 an is named after Ann Kennedy, Emeritus Fellow and former Law Tutor at Lady Margaret Hall for 33 years, from 1974 to 2007. It is awarded for one year for an amount of up to £14,000, and covers college fees and a contribution to the University Fees. Accommodation in College will also be available to the successful candidate as well as limited dining rights.
The purpose of the scholarship is to enable a student to read for the BCL, MJur, MSt in Legal Research or MPhil in Law at Lady Margaret Hall. The scholarship is open to law graduates of any University, including (but not restricted to) undergraduate or graduate students of Lady Margaret Hall.
There is no separate application procedure. Applicants should apply to Oxford University in the normal way, naming Lady Margaret Hall as their preferred College. Applicants who have named another College can be considered, provided that they have indicated that they are happy to be transferred to an alternative college in order to secure funding. Selection for the Ann Kennedy Graduate Scholarship in Law will be made on the basis of academic excellence