Jan Jancin Competition
American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA)
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.
Some application deadlines have not yet been announced. In those cases, the dates posted are based on the scholarship provider’s most recent information. Please confirm each deadline via the provider’s website.
2L or 3L
Nominated by law school
Underrepresented racial or ethnic minority law student
Interested in pursuing a career in Intellectual Property
The winner will receive a $5,000 cash award, and reasonable travel expenses to receive the award during the AIPLA Annual Meeting. The runner-up will receive up to a maximum cash award of $2,500, and an invitation to attend the AIPLA Annual Meeting.