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.
Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey
The HBA-NJ is committed to the advancement and progress of Hispanic-Americans in the legal profession. In furtherance of that effort, the HBA-NJ awards scholarships each year to eligible law students so they may continue their legal studies at Rutgers Law School-Newark, Seton Hall University Law School and Rutgers Law School-Camden and other area law schools.
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.
Abrahamson & Uiterwyk Law School Scholarship
At Abrahamson & Uiterwyk, attorneys recognize the value of diversity in the legal profession. However, according to research conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, only 11.3% of practicing lawyers identify as Black or African American, Asian, or Hispanic or Latino.
Abrahamson & Uiterwyk wants to encourage more people who identify as minorities to pursue a legal education.
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.
Jerold S. Solovy Diversity Scholarship Award
This foundation scholarship is directed at diverse and deserving law students. Participation and leadership in supporting diversity-related programs as well as merit and financial need will be considered.
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.
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.
Mark T. Banner Scholarship
Law students of a historically underrepresented group with high ethics, civility and professionalism, and a commitment to pursue intellectual property law are encouraged to apply for this scholarship.
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.
Perkins Coie 1L Diversity Fellowship
This 1L Fellowship program is designed to recruit top-notch law students who may eventually begin full-time employment with the firm.
Deborah J. Broyles Diverse Scholars Program
The Deborah J. Broyles Diverse Scholars Program provides an award and a summer associate position to two law students who have demonstrated academic excellence and a commitment to diversity and inclusion. The award is to be used to defray necessary expenditures related to the recipient’s legal education and will be paid in addition to the summer associate salary.
Harter Secrest & Emery LLP Diversity Scholarship
The Harter Secrest & Emery LLP Diversity Scholarship awards one 1L law student with a scholarship to be applied to the student’s second year tuition and a paid 10-week summer associate position in the firm’s Rochester office between the student’s first and second year of law school.
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.
George Corey Memorial Scholarship
Vorys Diversity & Inclusion Committee has established scholarships for diverse law students whose spirit, drive and commitment leads them to pursue a career at Vorys while also demonstrating leadership and being “difference makers” in their communities and/or schools.
Ramsey County Bar Foundation Scholarship
The Ramsey County Bar Foundation will award scholarships to Minnesota law students who are traditionally underrepresented in the legal profession.
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.
Islamic Scholarship Fund
This organization's scholarships are awarded to encourage and support Muslim students to pursue college or post-graduate degrees in humanities, social sciences, liberal arts, or law, by providing financial support to deserving students.
Helen B. and Lewis E. Goldstein Scholarship
Zelle Diversity in Law Scholarship
Zelle, LLP provides a scholarship fund for law students to increase diversity in the legal profession.
George A. Straight Minority Scholarship
This award is provided annually in honor of George A. Strait, an exceptional law librarian and life-long member of the American Association of Law Librarians.
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.
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.
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.
Michigan Auto Law Diversity Scholarship
Scholarship provides financial support to diverse students who contribute to the diversity of the law school student body as they pursue their legal career.
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.
Iranian American Bar Association
These four scholarships are geared toward academically-successful students who embrace the Iranian Bar Association mission and can demonstrate their commitment to its mission and ideals via demonstrable interest in government work and community service. Organization offers four different scholarships.