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.
Robert A. Shuker Scholarship
These fund scholarships are geared toward current law students with a preference to applicants who have demonstrated an interest and a strong desire to work in the administration of justice or other public interest areas. Academic merit and financial need will be considered.
Kwartler Manus Public Interest Scholarship
Scholarship is designed to support law school students interested in public interest law.
Asian-American Lawyers Association of Massachusetts AALAM/Dow Fund Scholarship
Asian American law students who demonstrate leadership potential, commitment to Asian American community and personal, professional or academic excellence should consider this scholarship. Priority consideration will be given to law students who have secured a public interest position for the summer.
The When There Are Nine Scholarship Project
The When There Are Nine (WTAN) scholarship was inspired by a commitment to honor the legacy of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The WTAN scholarship seeks to advance equity and diversity within the legal profession by expanding career opportunities for women attorneys and supporting those attorneys in their legal educations and careers.
National Asian Pacific American Bar Association Scholarships --Sharon and Ivan Fong Scholarship
The Sharon and Ivan Leadership Scholarship is a scholarship awarded to a law student who has outstanding professional promise and leadership potential.
Vietnamese American Bar Association of Northern California (VABANC) Scholarships
The VABANC scholarships are intended to assist recipients who are in pursuit of public interest or social justice goals and have demonstrated a commitment to serving the Vietnamese-American community in Northern California.
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.
Public Interest Advocate Scholarship Award
This scholarship will be awarded to a law student who is interested in pursuing a career in public service or a student who is actively involved with a not-for-profit agency that represents the needy and the underprivileged.
Robert A. McNew Law Student Scholarship
This association scholarship is geared toward a current law student who is a Federal Bar Association Law Student Associate Member in good standing. Academic achievement will be considered.
UPS/NLF Gold Mountain Scholarships
The UPS/NLF Gold Mountain Scholarships are awarded to promising law students dedicated to the Asian Pacific American community who are the first in their family to attend law school.
Walter H. Moses, Sr. and Walter H. Moses, Jr. Scholarship
This is a rotating scholarship between the six-Chicago area law schools. Each school selects its own recipient.
MBF’s Legal Intern Fellowship Program
Talented law students who have secured a volunteer internship with a qualified nonprofit organization in Massachusetts and demonstrate a commitment to public interest law are encouraged to apply for this fellowship program.
Association of Black Women Attorneys (ABWA) Ruth Whitehead Whaley Scholarship
The ABWA Ruth Whitehead Whaley Scholarship awards law students who strive beyond the rigors of law school and demonstrate a commitment to public interest, civil rights and actively participate in their community.
Thomas F. Black, Jr. Memorial Scholarship
The Thomas F. Black, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund is a one-time award for an incoming 1L. It is designed to support and foster high legal practice standards and assist Rhode Island residents who have financial need.
Sugarman Law School Scholarship
Two annual scholarships award to assist in paying for tuition and/or other education-related expenses. Applicants should have an interest in public service and the practice of law.
Herbert Lehman Education Fund Scholarship
The Herbert Lehman Scholarship is a national, highly competitive scholarship that makes annual awards to qualified, outstanding undergraduate students. The scholarship is named after the former Governor and United States Senator from New York in recognition of his integrity, courage, and persistence on behalf of numerous civil rights causes.
Dan Bradley Fellowship
Each year, LAAC offers the Dan Bradley Fellowship to fund law students who want to spend their summer working at a LAAC member legal aid organization. The Fellowship is awarded to outstanding students who want to pursue a career in public interest law and who want to spend their summer working in a rural area or on a rural issue.