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.
Cole Schotz Diversity Scholarship
Cole Schotz P.C. created this scholarship with the intent to advance diverse law students.
Spouses of Houston Barristers Scholarship
Scholarship provides financial assistance to ethnic minority law students attending South Texas College of Law, Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University, and The University of Houston Law Center.
Fred Finch Scholarship
Scholarship is awarded to the most outstanding male minority law student applicant from the Dallas/Fort-Worth Metroplex area, or attending law school in the DFW Metroplex.
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.
Barbara Jordan Scholarship
Scholarship is awarded to the most outstanding female minority law student applicant from the Dallas/Fort-Worth Metroplex area.
J.L. Turner Legal Association Foundation - Financial Need Minority Scholarships
Financial Need Minority Scholarships are awarded to minority law students who are from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, or attending law school in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Applicant's need, disadvantaged circumstances, community involvement, and other factors, in addition to merely academic standing, will be considered.
Marie Trahan/Susman Godfrey Scholarship
This scholarship seeks an outstanding African American male or female law student born or raised in the state of Texas.
Phyllis Lister-Brown Memorial Scholarship
Formerly known as the Judge's Scholarship, the Phyllis Lister Brown Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a male or female minority law student who has excelled academically.
Texas Young Lawyers Association Diversity Scholarship
The Texas Young Lawyers Association intends to award three scholarships to students from the ABA-accredited law schools or ABA-provisionally approved law schools in Texas.
Houston Intellectual Property Law Association Scholarships
This association scholarship is awarded to diverse, high performing 2L and 3L law students with an interest in intellectual property law. Financial aid need in addition to attending a Houston law school is required. 1Ls will not be considered. A total of 9 scholarships will be awarded; 3 scholarships to each of the 3 Houston area law schools.
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.
Capital City Lawyers Association Scholarship
Capital City Lawyers Association will award two scholarships to deserving law students who demonstrate a commitment to practicing in the Triangle area and using their legal training and skills to benefit low-income and/or traditionally underserved communities.
Association of Women Attorneys Foundation Scholarship
Women and the interests of women in Houston's legal community are promoted by this scholarship. Applicants should demonstrate academic achievement, leadership and philanthropic potential, a strong commitment to the profession, and/or the ability to overcome difficult obstacles.
Sarah T. Hughes Diversity Scholarship
To increase diversity of the legal community in Dallas and help to create a cycle of success in the community.
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation
One application can be used to apply for several scholarships with the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, all aimed at law students at one of the RMMLF constituent schools.
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.
Alternative Dispute Resolution Scholarship
These scholarships are for students who are interested in real estate law.
The purpose of the Construction Law Scholarship is to promote the objective and standards of professionalism of the Houston Bar Association within the field of construction law.
Corporate Counsel Scholarship
The purpose of the Corporate Counsel Scholarship is to promote the objectives and standards of professionalism of the Houston Bar Association within the field of corporate law.
Houston Bar Association Real Estate Section Student Scholarship
Scholarships are available to Houston-area law students with a demonstrated interest in Real Estate Law.
Energy & Mineral Law Foundation Scholarships
Scholarships will be awarded to law students studying energy, environmental, natural resource, and mineral law at schools holding membership in the Energy & Mineral Law Foundation.
Judge Jerri Lee Mills Law Student Scholarship
This foundation scholarship is open to all first, second, and third year law students who either graduated from a public or private high school in Brazoria County, TX, or who currently reside in Brazoria County, TX. Financial need will not be taken into consideration.
Dallas Women Lawyers Association Foundation Bar Study Scholarship
Those submitting applications are required to submit the application which includes a one-page resume, current transcript, and two letters of reference. Foundation may interview candidates.
Cameron County Bar Association Law Student Scholarship
The purpose of the Cameron County Bar Association Scholarship is to encourage students to enroll in an ABA-accredited law school and provide financial assistance to ensure students have the opportunity to further their academic career in the legal field.
Continuing Education and Job Training Program (Casey Foundation)
To assist students who have received foster care, guardianship, adoption, or Continuing Education and Job Training from the Casey Family Programs in certain states, this scholarship will assist students attending college or graduate school.
Amarillo Area Bar Foundation Scholarship
AABA is a non-profit professional organization for attorneys that provides education, professional development, and service programs for both the legal profession and the community.
Houston Bar Association Auxiliary Charitable Fund, Inc, Scholarship
The Houston Bar Association Auxiliary Charitable Fund awards scholarship(s) annually to deserving students at each of the Houston area law schools.
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.
Law Student Scholarship, Texas Tax Section
Awards for law students who demonstrate academic excellence and commitment to the study and practice of tax law in Texas.
Franklin Jones, Jr. Memorial Scholarship
The Honorable T. John Ward American Inn of Court is proud to offer the Franklin Jones, Jr. Memorial Scholarship for law students from the Eastern District of Texas, and demonstrates commitment to assisting aspiring law students from circumstances of need become lawyers of high ethics, civility, and professionalism.
Congressional Black Caucus Spouses Education Scholarship
Adam Lischer Memorial Scholarship
The purpose of the scholarship fund is to provide assistance to residents and/or natives of Durham County who are attending law school, who can demonstrate a significant connection to the Durham community. Since its inception the scholarship program has enjoyed strong support from the Bar as a way of both recognizing and supporting such students.
San Antonio area students pursuing a post-high school education may apply for this scholarship.