A scholarship can make all the difference.
A scholarship can make all the difference.
Search nearly 800 carefully curated and vetted scholarship opportunities and writing competitions — totaling over $3 million in aid.
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.
Dreamer Fund Scholarship
The Dreamer Fund Scholarship is available only to Dreamer or undocumented law students who will attend or are currently attending an accredited law school in the Bay Area or Los Angeles area of California.
GAR Disability Advocates Law School Scholarship
GAR Disability Advocates wants to help fulfill the need for high-quality lawyers and legal professionals by helping students in need to afford higher education. To help more students who are passionate about law pursue a degree, we are sponsoring an annual scholarship, awarded to one law student, to be put toward their law school costs.
Melvyn Mitzner Scholarship
The scholarship is awarded to a full- or part-time student enrolled in a New York state law school.
Right to Privacy Scholarship
This law firm scholarship is geared toward giving back to the community by supporting academically successful students with an interest in criminal justice.
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.
Cherepinskiy Law Firm Scholarship
Cherepinskiy Law Firm offers this scholarship to students intending to become lawyers.
Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans
The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans program honors the contributions of immigrants and children of immigrants to the U.S. Each year, we invest in the graduate education of 30 New Americans—immigrants and children of immigrants—who are poised to make significant contributions to U.S. society, culture or their academic field.
Beverly Hills Bar Foundation Scholarship
The Beverly Hills Bar Foundation awards scholarships to academically qualified, economically disadvantaged law students who demonstrate an ongoing commitment to public service law and who attend UCLA School of Law, USC Gould School of Law, Loyola Law School, Pepperdine University School of Law and Southwestern Law School.
Corporate Culture Scholarship
The intention of the scholarship is to expose corporations’ increasing focus on profit and decreasing interest in employees’ well-being. The Investor’s Podcast firmly believes that a highly profitable company shouldn’t come at the expense of its employees’ happiness. We believe that sustainable profitability originates from the employees’ happiness, and that value creation for society and the individual starts with the employers’ genuine actions of showing how much they care.
GCPC First Generation Law Student Scholarship
General Counsel, P.C. will accept applications for the First Generation Law Student Scholarship, which seeks to help students by “Remembering the Past, Building the Future.”
First Generation Scholarship
Sponsors are looking for applicants who are first generation immigrants or the child of a first generation immigrant. The scholarship aims to empower and celebrate the individuality of immigrant communities.
Good Works Scholarship
This scholarship will be awarded to one student who is actively engaged in making their community a better place by planning community service projects, including projects involving criminal justice issues.
LA County Italian American Lawyers Association Scholarship
Scholarship award is for a law student demonstrating academic achievement, financial need, and potential contribution to the Los Angeles-metropolitan area Italian-American community.
MAX Scholarships - Fall
MAX by AccessLex offers scholarship incentives to help you maintain motivation and momentum as you progress through our personal finance curriculum, developed exclusively just for law students like you. Complete MAX activities to be automatically entered into our drawings throughout the year and win up to $40,000!
Hallie Gay Walden Bagley Scholarship
The Hallie Gay Walden Bagley Scholarship was created to help students reach their educational goals. As someone who holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Juris Doctorate, Hallie is all too familiar with the expensive price tag of higher education and understands the many hats that some college students must wear to stay afloat. Hallie's goal of this scholarship is to help lessen the financial burden for one students.
Lavent Law Immigrant Scholarship
Scholarship for a deserving immigrant law student or aspiring law student.
Lorraine Power Tharp Scholarship
Awarded to a 2L or 3L student who best exemplifies the core values of academic excellence, a demonstrated interest in public service, high integrity and an interest in real property law.
Shumaker 2L Diversity Scholarship
Offered to an outstanding second year law student who is enrolled at an ABA-accredited law school and who participates in the firm’s summer associate program, to assist in offsetting his or
her law school expenses. The scholarship is in addition to the salary paid to the student for his or her Summer Associate position.
Good Lawyers/Good People Scholarship, Fall
Simeone & Miller LLP awards two annual scholarships – one for the fall semester and one for the spring semester - to deserving and qualified students.
The Mustard Seed Foundation awards a Harvey Fellowship to qualified applicants, which can be used for legitimate educational expenses and is renewable up to two additional years. Number of awards and amounts vary based on availability of funds year-to-year.
Boyk Law Veteran Scholarship
Veterans or children of a U.S. Veteran can write an essay about their experiences for a chance to win a scholarship.
Legal Studies Scholarship
Financial assistance to students with an interest in pursuing careers in the legal field.
Answering Legal Law Scholarship
Answering Legal’s Future Attorneys of America Scholarship is dedicated in choosing one law student, of academic excellence, every year and awarding them with the FAAS merit scholarship.
Wallace (Wally) R. Davis Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is sponsored by the Orange County Hispanic Bar Association. It is named in memory of Wally Davis, one of the first Latino attorneys in Orange County who fought for the civil rights of all Latinos.
7Sage 7K Law School Scholarship
Scholarships awarded to aspiring lawyers who will work toward a more just future. These two awards are also geared towards helping increase diversity at top law schools; therefore, at least half of the awards will go to under-represented minorities.
American Association of University Women (AAUW) Educational Foundation International Fellowships
International Fellowships are awarded for full-time study or research in the U.S. to women who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Recipients are selected for academic achievement and demonstrated commitment to the advancement of women and girls in the applicant's home country.
Justinian Law Society of Massachusetts Scholarship
Scholarships are available to all second- and third-year full-time/day and all third and fourth-year part-time/evening students with a keen interest in Italian culture and history from any of the nine Massachusetts law schools. Merit and financial need 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.
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 Bar Preparation Scholarship
WSAJ is committed to implementing strategies that will result in significant and measurable progress towards increasing diversity in the plaintiff's bar. To help achieve this endeavor, WSAJ has pledged scholarship monies to assist diverse individuals in covering the tuition cost of a Themis bar preparation course (or reimbursement for the tuition cost of the Themis bar prep program if applicant has already paid).
LGBTQ Bar Preparation Scholarship
To support aspiring plaintiff’s attorneys from the LGBTQ community, the section raises funds from its membership to provide scholarships to help cover the tuition costs of a Themis bar review course to law school graduates and APR 6 law clerk graduates who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or otherwise self-identify as a part of the queer community.
Women of WSAJ Bar Preparation Scholarship
To support aspiring female-identifying plaintiffs' attorneys, WOW provides women law school graduates and APR 6 law clerk graduates with scholarships to cover the tuition cost of a Themis bar preparation course
Annual Scholarship of Matthew L. Sharp Law Offices
The annual scholarship is award t to help one deserving student who submits the most creative, thoughtful and well-written essay in the scholarship contest.
OMLA Bar Exam Grant
OMLA is a proud sponsor of the Bar Exam Grant. They are available for both the February and July bar exams each year.
Honorable Walter R. Stone 2L Diversity Fellowship
As part of an ongoing commitment to promote inclusion and diversity within the legal profession, Adler Pollock and Sheehan offers The Honorable Walter R. Stone Diversity Fellowship. The fellowship also provides a Summer Associate position.
Auger & Auger Disabled Scholar Award, Spring
To support disabled students with their educational expenses.
Visionary Scholarship, Fall
Christmas Injury Lawyers takes pride in helping support future lawyers through an award provided to one high achieving student pursuing a career in the legal field.
Darrigo & Diaz Annual Scholarship for Emergency Responders and Their Families
This scholarship is awarded once per year to one of America’s unsung heroes or a member of their family to further their education and, therefore, further their career.
Workers' Rights Advocacy Scholarship
Emery Reddy is proud to work with tier one academic institutions in extending scholarships to successful applicants who display an interest in advocating on behalf of workers.
Dr. J. Clay Smith Jr. Diversity in the Legal Profession Scholarship
This scholarship program aims to promote diversity in the legal profession and to encourage racial and ethnic minority students to pursue a legal education and complete law school.
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.
Serbian Bar Association of America
The organization supports Serbian-American attorneys, legal professionals and law students and helps represent the interests of the Serbian community in the U.S. This scholarship is dedicated to providing financial assistance to Serbian-American law students.
Scholarship for Working Moms
An annual scholarship for working mothers, mothers looking to further their education to advance in their careers, or mothers looking to return to the workforce.
Law Offices of Jeffrey Lichtman Community Service Scholarship
A community service scholarship for a deserving student who has made a significant effort to better their community.
TonaLaw Veteran's Scholarship
TonaLaw is offering a scholarship to veterans who are going back to school.
American Association of University Women (AAUW) Selected Professions Fellowships
These fellowships are awarded to women for their 3L year who show potential as a practicing professional and promise as a role model in new and innovative or nontraditional fields of study, research or practice, or who demonstrate intent to contribute (through chosen profession) to societal well-being and commitment to the advancement of women.