Individuals interested in supporting the professional development of tomorrow’s scholars and practitioners in international law can contribute to any of ASIL’s Fellowship and Scholarship Programs. These programs are funded in part by designated contributions from ASIL members, as well as from the Society’s Annual Giving program.
Arthur C. Helton Fellowship Program – providing "micro-grants" for law students and young professionals to pursue field work and research on significant issues involving international law, human rights, humanitarian affairs, international criminal law, and related areas through overseas internships with non-governmental and international organizations.
Recent Helton Fellows
ASIL International Law Fellows Program – providing support for young professionals in international law who work with ASIL staff on all aspects of Society publications as well as education and program development initiatives of the Society. Fellows gain important skills, expertise, and networks to advance their careers. Recent fellows have gone on to practice in international law firms, international tribunals, think tanks, and non-governmental organizations.
ASIL Law Fellows
Thomas M. Franck Scholarships – providing travel and per diem expense support for visiting international scholars and presenters at the ASIL Annual Meeting.
Franck Scholarships help emerging scholars from around the world attend ASIL Annual Meetings