Norman Palmer was the academic principal of the Institute of Art and Law, under the auspices of which he provided countless hours of instruction to hundreds of students. His wisdom and intellectual curiosity produced a number of leading publications, including Palmer on Bailment, Art Loans and Museums and the Holocaust, as well as dozens of articles in the area of art and cultural property law. As a barrister, he specialized in the fields of cultural objects, personal property, commercial law and dispute resolution, including the mediation of disputes over cultural objects. His clients included governments, local authorities, cultural institutions, religious bodies, indigenous communities, museum curators, art collectors, art dealers, transporters and insurers. His knowledge and understanding of the field as well as his enthusiasm for it, were unparalleled, and the LLM programme in Art, Business and Law is his legacy to Queen Mary.
Applicants must meet all of the following eligibility criteria
You must have applied for the Art, Business and Law LLM by 16 April 2024 (if you have applied by this date and not received an offer by 6 May 2024 please contact email@example.com quoting your application number and date of initial application.
10 May 2024 by 23:59 hrs GMT
This scholarship will be awarded to those who we deem to have successfully demonstrated their reasoning for being awarded a scholarship based on the following criteria;
The compulsory personal statement should include all of the above information and should be in response to the text as detailed in the ‘How to apply’ section below.
In order to apply for this scholarship please complete and sign the online application form (the link is on the bottom of this page) and a 1000 word (maximum) statement in response to the following;
‘Please explain why you want to study the Art, Business and Law LLM at Queen Mary University of London, specifying the modules you have a particular interest in. Consider what you will bring to the programme and why you feel you should be awarded a scholarship, focusing on your academic and professional achievements (if relevant), any courses or events offered by the Institute of Art & Law that you may have completed or attended, and financial need.'
In addition to the compulsory personal statement described above, we require the following documents to be submitted with your programme application. Please ensure these are all uploaded to the Queen Mary application portal.
Incomplete, incorrect or late scholarship applications will not be accepted or processed.
All applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application approximately by 10 June 2024. Please wait to be contacted in this regard.
Please note that scholarship (both applications and awards) cannot be deferred.
The successful candidate is required to put together a two A4-page report for the Donor at the end of the academic year. The report should outline the progress and content of the Scholar’s practice, how they benefitted.
The successful candidate may be asked to assist with Queen Mary marketing events such as postgraduate open evenings and/or web/video student profiles as well as supporting QMUL School of Law in promoting the scholarship (e.g. through interviews, photos and presence at events).
Please note school scholarships are also subject to university-wide Terms and Conditions as well as any course/School/Faculty conditions or criteria outline.
Before you click on the link below to apply online make sure you have read through the above information thoroughly.
Apply online via Norman Palmer Scholarship application form.