Students are encouraged to investigate scholarships from outside sources including libraries, employers and civic organizations. Additional scholarship search engines are available at www.finaid.org.
The following list will change throughout the year, as we receive notifications from organizations offering aid. Please check this page often to find new scholarship opportunities! -- updated 6/15/15
This site is a general link for ABA sponsored competitions, writing contests, scholarships and other opportunities. Awards, deadlines and requirements will vary.
TeachThought.com Law Student Scholarship Listing
The following site has information on many different kinds of scholarships for current and future law students. Links to the scholarship sponsors for more information are included:
This scholarship is intended to support law students intending to pursue public interest law and add to the ranks of motivated young attorneys willing to consider a career as a public interest lawyer. Applicants must be a U.S. citizen or otherwise authorized to work in the U.S., an accepted student who will be attending law school in fall 2015, and show academic achievement, as reflected by an undergraduate cumulative minimum 3.0 GPA.
Scholarship award: $3,000
Applications and Deadline: Applications and additional details are available online. The scholarship deadline is July 15, 2015.
This scholarship was created to help a graduate pursue a legal career in family law. The $1,000 scholarship will partially defray first-year expenses for a student who has been accepted into an accredited law school in California or anywhere in the United States for enrollment in the fall of 2015. Part of the application included a 1-3 page essay, asking the applicant to describe the personal experience that inspired them to enter law school and study family law.
Scholarship award: $1,000
Applications and Deadline: Applications and additional details are available online. The scholarship deadline is July 27, 2015.
Ellis Law Corporation is happy to announce its first scholarship award in favor of students who wish to attain a degree in law. This scholarship is available to both undergraduate and law school students who are either members of an ethnic/racial minority or have shown a strong committment to diversity issues throughout their education. Candidates must submit a 1500-2000 word essay with respect to recent Supreme Court decisions on affirmative action.
Scholarship award: $1,000 (3 will be awarded)
Applications and Deadline: Applications and additional details are available online. Application materials must be submitted by June 30, 2015.
The St. Thomas More Society of Worcester County is offering an annual scholarship to a law student who has shown academic excellence and commitment to his or her church or diocese. Applicants are limited to members of parishes within the Diocese of Worcester and must have received a letter of acceptance from an accredited law school for day or evening division.
Scholarship award: $3,000
Application and Deadline: Application details are available online. All applications and supporting documents must be received by June 30, 2015.