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.
Scarinci Hollenbeck Scholarship
The Scarinci Hollenbeck Scholarship is open to a student who demonstrates a commitment to the advancement of LGBT issues. Applicants need not be a member of the LGBT community.
Sonia Morgan Scholarship
Awarded to a New Jersey law school student who is female and who demonstrates academic excellence (grade-point average and class standing), participation in extracurricular activities, financial need and community service
Labor Law Scholarship
The Labor Law Scholarship is earmarked for a student wishing to enter the field of labor law or who has already shown academic achievement in the area of labor law.
Wallace Vail Scholarship
The scholarship is for anyone attending a New Jersey law school and achieves high academic excellence.
Justin P. Walder Scholarship
The New Jersey State Bar Foundation awards scholarships to worthy students entering their second or third year of law school. Students enrolled at a New Jersey law school are encouraged to apply for one of the up to thirteen scholarships awarded annually.
Justice Marie L. Garibaldi Scholarships
This state bar association scholarship is awarded to a female New Jersey law school student or female New Jersey resident attending Columbia Law school. In addition to resident requirement, merit and financial need will be taken into consideration.
Abram D. and Maxine H. Londa Scholarship
Applications for this scholarship are open to a New Jersey law school student from Union County, NJ.
Cole Schotz Diversity Scholarship
Cole Schotz P.C. created this scholarship with the intent to advance diverse law students.
Cumberland County Bar Association Scholarships
Cumberland County (NJ) residents are invited to apply for the CCBF Scholarship Program aimed at promoting and supporting deserving Law School students from area law schools.
WLAM Foundation Scholars
The Women Lawyers Association of Michigan Foundation annually awards scholarships to women law students who attend a law school in the state of Michigan.
Diversity Scholars Award
Constangy’s Diversity Scholars Program recognizes law students who have demonstrated academic achievement; a commitment to diversity in their community, school or work environment; and personal achievements in overcoming challenges to reach goals.
Vedder Price Diversity Scholarship
We offer an annual scholarship and a summer associate position. With 300 lawyers and growing, we serve sophisticated clients of all sizes and in virtually all industries from our offices in Chicago, New York, Washington, DC, London, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Singapore.
Lowenstein Sandler Scholars Program
A 1L law student will be selected for an internship and must demonstrate an awareness of the importance of promoting diversity as a result of their life experiences, demonstrated interests, background, personal attributes or characteristics.
Chris Mourtos Memorial Award
This award is designed to assist a full or part-time law student who is not in his or her final year of study.
George F. Kugler, Jr. Award
This award is available to a second or third-year student attending any New Jersey law school. Applicants must demonstrate genuine financial need as well as a history of and/or desire to work in public service law.
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.
Bernadine Johnson Marshall and Martha Belle Scholarship
To promote African-American females in the field of law to help support outstanding law students and recognize extraordinary individuals and institutions.
Otis M. Smith Scholarship
The purpose of the Otis M. Smith Scholarship Program is to provide scholarships to selected single parent mothers to assist them in obtaining post-secondary education at selected accredited institutions.
Kimberly M. Cahill Leadership Memorial Scholarship
The Kimberly M. Cahill Leadership Memorial Scholarship is to be awarded to a second- or third year law student who is currently enrolled in law classes at any accredited Michigan law school. The recipient should demonstrate outstanding qualities of leadership and the ability to inspire and effectively lead others to a defined objective.
Philip F. Greco Memorial Scholarship
Second or third year law students, with financial need and strong academics, who can demonstrate a commitment to Macomb County, MI can benefit from this scholarship.
Trustees Law School Scholarship
The Macomb County Bar Foundation is a non-profit organization which was established by the Macomb County Bar Association to identify and support law related education. The Foundation is proud to offer an annual scholarship, which originates from the generous contributions of the Foundation’s Trustees.
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.
John H. McKaig II Children's Law Section Endowed Scholarship (State of Michigan Bar Association)
This scholarship is for Michigan law school students demonstrating an interest in practicing in the area of child protective proceedings and/or juvenile justice. The Scholarship Fund has been named in honor and remembrance of John (Jack) H. McKaig, II, a long-standing, instrumental member of the Children's Law Section.
Dr. Nicholas Padis Memorial Graduate Scholarship
This scholarship will be awarded to a qualifying senior undergraduate or graduate student pursuing a graduate degree full-time at an accredited university or professional school.
John S. Manos, Esq., Memorial Graduate Scholarship
This club's annual scholarship is geared toward high-achieving, community service-oriented law students of Greek heritage. Contains residency requirement, in addition to demonstration of merit and financial need.
NYIPLEF's Diversity Scholarship
The NYIPLEF’s Annual Diversity Scholarship was established to promote diversity in IP law. The award is intended to be used by the law student for tuition and expenses related to attending law school.
Congressional Black Caucus Spouses Education Scholarship
Vincent S. Haneman-Josephe B. Perski Scholarship
The Haneman-Perskie Memorial Foundation Scholarship is a non-profit corporation created for the purpose of awarding scholarships and administered by a Board of Trustees comprised of the officers of the Atlantic County Bar Association.
Ida Foreman Fleisher Fund Scholarship
This memorial scholarship is geared toward, preferably Jewish, women pursuing a graduate degree. Geographic hometown or school attendance required.
Jan M. Schlesinger Scholarship Award
This county bar association scholarship is directed at law students in good academic standing at their respective law schools, and who have resided in, or been employed in, Burlington County within the last 10 years.
KWGD Samuel Krugliak Legal Scholarship
This scholarship is in memory of Samuel Krugliak and is awarded annually to a second or third year law student who exhibit an active commitment to their community.
Andrew K. Ruotolo, Jr. Memorial Scholarship
The Oscar W. Rittenhouse, Andrew K, Ruotolo, Jr., Harris Y. Cotton and the John H. Stamler Memorial Scholarships to law students and college and graduate students.
Harris Y. Cotton Memorial Scholarship
The County Prosecutors Association of the State of New Jersey, Inc. offers several scholarships aimed at law students and college and graduate students.