A scholarship can make all the difference.
A scholarship can make all the difference.
Search over 800 carefully curated and vetted scholarship opportunities and writing competitions — totaling more than $3 million in aid.
Jan Jancin Competition
These merit-based scholarships are directed toward recognizing rising, second and third year law students from diverse backgrounds who are underrepresented racial or ethnic minorities. In addition, applicants must demonstrate an interest in, be engaged in activities related to, or be pursuing a career in Intellectual Property law. Institution must have at least one IP course.
Lloyd M. Johnson Jr. Scholarship Program
This scholarship is a diversity pipeline program that seeks to nurture the academic and professional careers of outstanding law students.
NAMWOLF Pipeline Diversity Scholarship
The NAMWOLF Pipeline Diversity Scholarship seeks to provide financial support to students who contribute to the diversity of their law school student body as they pursue their legal career. The NAMWOLF Pipeline Diversity Scholarship program is open to second- and third-year African American, Hispanic, Asian, Native American, LGBT and female students.
Mexican-American Law Student Scholarship
This Scholarship is open to law students enrolled at the three Houston, TX area law schools who have a demonstrated commitment to advancing Latino civil rights.
Cole Schotz Diversity Scholarship
Cole Schotz P.C. created this scholarship with the intent to advance diverse law students.
George Floyd Memorial Legal Scholarship Program
The George Floyd Memorial Foundation has established a Legal Scholarship Program for current law school students, and students entering law school in the Fall following the deadline.
HPGM Scholarship Advanced Degree
This organizational scholarship, focused on supporting Latinxs throughout Wisconsin, hopes to help eliminate financial barriers to graduation and open doors to career opportunities for graduate students. Must attend one annual meeting.
Diversity in Law Minority Scholarship Contest
The aim of this scholarship award is to promote diversity within the legal profession.
California Change Lawyers Scholarship
The Diversity Scholarship seeks to support newly admitted law students from groups historically underrepresented in the legal profession who have committed to attend a California law school.
Puerto Rican Bar Association Scholarship Fund
This scholarship fund was created for the purpose of raising funds to award financial scholarships to deserving law students.
JAG Corp US Navy (Ret.) Legal Education Scholarship
This foundation scholarship is geared to law students who reside in, or attend a law school in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. In addition to the residency requirement, this is also a merit and need based scholarship. However, disadvantaged circumstance will be taken into consideration.
Buckfire & Buckfire P.C. Law School Diversity Scholarship
The law firm scholarship is designed to help law students who are in need of financial assistance achieve their academic and professional dreams.
Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association Fund Scholarship
This scholarship is committed to help the advancement of Hispanic students attending a law school in Connecticut and western Massachusetts.
HBA-DC Scholarship for 3L students
To further its commitment to support law students, HBA-DC maintains a scholarship for 3L/4L law J.D. students attending law schools in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
Wallace (Wally) R. Davis Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is sponsored by the Orange County Hispanic Bar Association. It is named in memory of Wally Davis, one of the first Latino attorneys in Orange County who fought for the civil rights of all Latinos.
James W. Stoudt Memorial Scholarship
This memorial foundation provides three scholarships, two of which are specifically dedicated to the support of historically underrepresented minority law students of African-American, Hispanic-American or Native American ancestry. Open to Pennsylvania residents in their second year of a full-time law school program or third year of a part-time program.
McDonald Worley Annual Scholarship
Award is seeking female students with diverse backgrounds of race, ethnicity, or faith and have demonstrated academic achievement and a commitment to community service in fields of science, math, engineering, technology, business and law to apply for this scholarship.
AlvaradoSmith Raymond G. Alvarado Scholarship
Provides opportunities for continuing generations of able and accomplished Latinos to achieve excellence and become leaders in the legal field.
Stoel Rives First-year Law Student Diversity Fellowship
The 1L Diversity Fellowship promotes the commitment to fostering diversity within the Stole Rivers firm and community.
Switzer Environmental Fellowship Program
A one-year fellowship provided to highly talented graduate students in New England and California whose studies and career goals are directed toward environmental improvement and who clearly demonstrate leadership in their field.
Cooley Diversity Fellowship
As part of Cooley’s ongoing commitment to diversity, this diversity fellowship is offered to outstanding first year law school students.
Fernandez Law Scholarship Fund
The award is given to an immigrant or first-generation Hispanic pre-law or law student to be used toward tuition, room and board, or other educational expenses.
1L Diversity Scholarship
These 1L Diversity Scholarship recipients will receive a paid position in the Summer Associate Program in one of six offices and a scholarship for 2nd year tuition and expenses.
McAndrews Diversity in Patent Law Fellowship
Must be a qualified 1L student at an ABA-accredited law school and must possess a diverse background, a technical degree in science or engineering, and a commitment to pursuing a patent law career in Chicago to apply for this summer associates program.
Oregon Latino Scholarship Program
The Latino Scholarship Program supports students entering or continuing college or graduate school. First generation, low- and moderate-income students in Oregon and SW Washington have won in the past.
Mexican American Bar Foundation Scholarship
Financial assistance to men and women of Chicano and Latino heritage who intend to pursue careers in the law and are law students attending ABA-accredited law schools in Los Angeles County, including Loyola, Pepperdine, Southwestern, UCLA, and USC.
Mexican American Bar Foundation Bar Stipend
This foundation bar study award is dedicated to providing financial assistance to students of Latino heritage who intend to pursue careers in the law.
Blank Rome Diversity Scholars Program
This scholarship was established to attract outstanding diverse law students committed to promoting diversity to the legal community at large.
Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholarship
The HSF Scholarship is designed to assist students of Hispanic heritage obtain a university degree. It is open to graduate students in any field of study as well as undergraduate students, community college students transferring to a four-year university, and high school seniors.
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF)
Scholarship intended for law students currently enrolled full-time at an accredited U.S. law school, with demonstrated commitment to advancing Latino civil rights in their careers.
Underrepresented and Oppressed Law Student Scholarship
In an effort to combat this issue and promote minority participation in law, the attorneys at Nicol Gersch Petterson will award the winner of this scholarship.
Wyrick Robbins Diversity Scholarship
The Wyrick Robbins Diversity Scholarship demonstrates our commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion within our firm and the legal profession by providing professional and financial support to law students at the outset of their legal careers.
James Deanda 2L Scholarship
This city bar association scholarship is geared to diverse, Latinx student populations, who demonstrate not only academic excellence, but leadership via extracurricular activities.
Judge A.D. Azios 1L Scholarship
The scholarship is designed to assist students who have demonstrated leadership and a commitment toward the advancement of Hispanics in the legal professions via extracurricular activities. Candidates must demonstrate a potential for successful study of the law. In addition to Houston area law school requirement, financial need will be considered.
Diversity Scholarship Program
This scholarship is primarily designed to increase the number of diverse law students interested in summer and long-term employment with Nelson Mullins, the scholarship program fits squarely into the Firm’s commitment to inclusive excellence and robust diversity in all aspects of Firm life.
Warner Norcross + Judd Diversity Law Scholarship Program
Warner Norcross + Judd annually awards a scholarship to a law student of color to pursue a law career.
Farella Braun + Martel LLP Diversity Scholarship
Fareela's Diversity Scholarship Program assists Bay Area diverse law students in pursuing their legal careers.
Paul D. White Scholarship
This scholarship was created to provide minority law students with valuable experience early in their careers.
Latina Lawyers Bar Association Bar Stipend
The stipend is intended for applicants who are a current applicant for the California Bar. Bar Stipend finalists will be contacted to set up interviews by mid-April or early May.
Jose Marti Scholarship Challenge Grant Fund
This state scholarship is directed at students of Hispanic origin who will attend Florida public or eligible private institutions. Merit and demonstrated financial need will be taken into consideration.
Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) National Scholarship Program
This national league scholarship is directed at league members entering the field of law. Applicants should be active within their communities and merit and financial need will be considered. Applicant must hold an individual or youth membership in the JACL.
San Diego Law Raza Lawyers Association Bar Stipend
The bar stipend is awarded to law students in their final year of study to assist with bar examination related expenses. In awarding bar stipends, the Fund will consider the applicant’s financial need, academic achievement, community service, leadership experience and any hardship experienced in pursuing an education.