This scholarship is for all current law students but preference is given to first and second-year law students at a San Francisco Bay Area school (Stanford University, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Hastings, University of San Francisco, Golden Gate University, Santa Clara University, or McGeorge School of Law).
This scholarship will each award one second-year law student $20,000 and a salaried position. The scholarship will be paid in two installments: $10,000 during the second-year summer and another $10,000 payable when the student returns to Arent Fox as an associate after graduation.
Applicant must demonstrate a desire to practice law in a small town in Wyoming (preference is for towns other than Cheyenne or Casper) through the submission of a current resume and brief student profile detailing post law school career goals.
This scholarship awards well-qualified law students from backgrounds that are traditionally underrepresented in the legal profession
This scholarship is for students who are committed to broadening the diversity of voices in the legal profession.
This scholarship is for students who demonstrate an interest in one of the following major divisions: Natural Sciences, Humanities, Business, Social Science and Engineering. Students must be a sophomore or above, enrolled full-time at Wilberforce University.
This scholarship is awarded annually to rising law students whose commitment to racial justice reveals outstanding potential for training as civil rights and public interest attorneys. Eligible law students include those entering their first or second year of full-time legal study at an accredited law school.
The Scholarship Fund will benefit a 1L or 2L law student who exhibits academic excellence, leadership, volunteerism, mentorship experience, and demonstrates an interest in AAPI civic issues. Special consideration will also be given to applicants who have been adversely affected by cancer (as a survivor, or family member...
This scholarship is for Young ICCA (International Council for Commercial Arbitration) member the possibility of receiving a scholarship to attend the Tsinghua LL.M program in International Arbitration & Dispute Settlement.
This scholarship is for full-time or part-time students enrolled in paralegal courses (e.g. Paralegal AAS or Paralegal Preferred Pro-Certificate) to assist with tuition and fees. Students must maintain a 3.
Must be a Delaware resident. Scholarship recipient must have graduated from an accredited undergraduate college or university and been accepted at an accredited graduate school program in the United States for an advanced degree in medicine, dentistry, law or the ministry.
This scholarship is offered to Rutland County students who seek a degree in land use planning, legal studies, political studies, emergency services, agriculture, environmental studies, forestry, wildlife management, geography/history, automotive/motorcycle, architecture, economics, or civil engineering, with land use planning...
This scholarship is awarded to students of color (American Indian or Alaskan Native, Asian, Black or African American, Hispanic or Latino, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or of more than one race) who are accepted to or presently attending an accredited law school and is currently residing in Michigan.
This scholarship is for highly talented sophomores and juniors in areas including engineering, quality control, compliance and water and wastewater treatment, among other more classic areas like finance and computer science.