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.
Ballard Spahr Diversity Fellowships
Various diversity fellowships depending on office and is designed to attract students who have overcome one or more substantial obstacles in pursuing a legal career, come from disadvantaged backgrounds and/or are under-represented in the legal community.
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.
Richard Mintz Diversity Scholarship
Mintz strives to create an environment where people from all backgrounds are positioned for success. As part of our commitment to promoting diversity at the firm and in the legal profession Mintz awards the Richard Mintz Diversity Scholarship to an exemplary diverse law student each year.
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.
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.
Justice John F. Aiso Scholarship
This organization offers up to five scholarships in varying amounts to deserving law students and recent law school graduates in furtherance of their legal education. Diverse populations dedicated to community service are encouraged to apply.
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.
Silver Scholar Program - 2L
Scholarship is awarded for second-year law school students which is designed to increase diversity within the firm and the legal profession. Students selected to be Silver Scholars will receive a summer associate position at Proskauer and be eligible for a cash award payable in installments.
Arent Fox Diversity Scholarship
The goal of this scholarship is part of the firm's efforts to increase diversity as well as increase diversity in the legal profession.
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.
Silver Scholar Program - 1L
Scholarship is awarded for first-year law school students which is designed to increase diversity within the firm and the legal profession. Students selected to be Silver Scholars will receive a summer associate position at Proskauer and be eligible for a cash award payable in installments.
Sidney B. Williams, Jr. Scholar Program
Scholarships are awarded to students who are members of underrepresented racial and ethnic groups and who are exploring a career in IP law. Scholars engage with experts and leaders in the patent law field during the law school admissions process and throughout their law school experience.
Law Student Fellowship Program
The Law Student Fellowship Program was developed to assist law students who are completing professional J.D. degrees.
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.