Current scholarship opportunities
Scholarship opportunities for current students are listed. If you believe you are qualified for one or more scholarships and wish to apply, sign in here to start the application process. For additional opportunities, check out current writing competitions.
2013-14 Academic year opportunities
Applications received by March 31, 2013 will receive priority.
Baty Family Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to a student who has demonstrated a commitment to working with children, families, or elders, and is interested in pursuing a degree emphasis in child and family law.
Alan E. Brooks Family Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to a deserving student with preference toward students who are non-traditional, persons of color, and/or military.
Michael J. Albano Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to a student with high financial need.
Suzanne Gilmore Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to an older than average law student who is a single custodial parent pursuing a law degree and is based on financial need.
C.R. Krimminger Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded annually to academically qualified students who demonstrate financial need.
Tony Luppino Scholarship
The recipient of this scholarship should show a record of undergraduate academic and extracurricular successes, and should demonstrate especially the potential to be a leader in promoting the success of the law school and its students.
Judge Gene R. Martin Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to a deserving student with financial need.
Mdivani Immigration Law Scholarship
This scholarship is to be awarded to a student demonstrating serious interest in immigration law practice. Applications need to include a statement by the applicant addressing the issue of immigration law in the United States-how it might be improved or changed to better serve the needs of the country. The statement should not exceed two typewritten pages.
The Nailling Society/Richard L. Files Scholarship
This scholarship is to be awarded to a law student with interest and intent to practice in the area of public service and/or administration of justice.
The Dean and Professor Emeritus Robert Popper Scholarship
This scholarship for an incoming student honors Dean and Professor Emeritus Robert Popper, a proud civil libertarian specializing in criminal law. Preference will be given to applicants with superior academic achievement, a demonstrated commitment to community service, and a demonstrated commitment to civil liberties and civil rights.