Graduate School Scholarships and Fellowships

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Amount: $3000
James W.Stoudt Memorial Scholarships Pennsylvania Bar Foundation

A Dean’s List student and teaching assistant for Legal Research and Writing, Yancey has served as a judicial intern for the First Judicial District’s Complex Litigation Center and as a judicial aide and law clerk for judges of the First Judicial District. Caputo Scholarship, a staff editor for the Journal of Technology, Law and Policy, a teaching assistant for Legal Writing, a LexisNexis Student Representative and a member of the Pittsburgh Law Women’s Association, Phi Alpha Delta and the Allegheny County Bar Association. Ms. Berkstresser is a law student representative for the PBA YLD, the vice president of the American Association for Justice and a member of the Dickinson’s Public Interest Law Fund and Public Interest Loan Repayment Assistance Committee.

Amount: $2500
Donor Sponsored Scholarships

This scholarship is to help provide and opportunity for a Western New England Law student to begin or continue to achieve their goal of a legal degree. At least twenty-five percent of the scholarship amount each year is to be awarded to an evening student and at least twenty-five percent of the scholarship amount each year is to be awarded to a law student This scholarship was established through the generosity of Gerard L. A scholarship is available to a second-year evening law student based upon financial need and a GPA of at least 3.0. This scholarship is renewable for the student’s third and fourth years provided the student continues to demonstrate good academic performance and has financial need.

Amount: $1979
Current Named Scholarships

This scholarship, in memory of Alec Cory, is awarded to a 3L or 4L law student who has demonstrated a strong commitment to public interest law. The Antonyan Miranda Named Scholarship is awarded to a law student with proven academic success, who has demonstrated interest in the field of Family Law, and demonstrated financial need. Awarded to a female law student who is currently pursuing or interested in pursuing a career practicing transactional law and has demonstrated financial need. This scholarship is awarded to a law student who has demonstrated outstanding academic performance in business oriented law courses. This scholarship is awarded annually to a law student who demonstrates financial need, a strong work ethic and a commitment to the principled rigors of practicing law.

Fellowships and Clerkships

Baker Botts AT T 1L IP Diversity Fellowship Program Eligibility criteri 1L students with an interest in pursuing a long-term career in intellectual property law. Banner Diversity Fellowship for Law Students Eligibility criteri 1L and 2L students who identify as members of a historically underrepresented group in intellectual property law or a demonstrated commitment to strengthening diversity and inclusion in the field of law.

Amount: $1973
Newark Scholarships

Awarded to students who have an interest in criminal law, who excel academically in criminal law courses, and who demonstrate financial need. Established to support students, to be called Mesnikoff Scholars, who are interested in pursuing careers in commercial and or bankruptcy law. Established with a bequest from Charles Silverman to support law students in need of tuition assistance. The fund is intended to support scholarships or other assistance for law students with disabilities or other significant challenges. It is intended to support law students, who will be known as Solomon Scholars, with demonstrated financial need and an interest in pursuing a career in labor and employment law. It will be awarded to full-time law students based on academic merit and financial need.

Amount: $10000
Science programs

This scholarship is awarded to a full or part-time law student who possesses a scientific background, with preference given to a student with an advanced degree in science and has demonstrated financial need. This scholarship is awarded annually to a law student with financial need. The Mary Moers Wenig Endowed Scholarship Fund The Mary Moers Wenig Endowed Scholarship Fund is awarded to a second or third year law student dedicated to the advancement of one or of the following fields: women and the law family law and marital property elder law trusts and estates and estate planning probate law.

Amount: $5000
Scholarship Information

This scholarship is awarded to a full or part-time law student who possesses a scientific background, with preference given to a student with an advanced degree in science and has demonstrated financial need. This scholarship is awarded annually to a law student with financial need. The Mary Moers Wenig Endowed Scholarship Fund The Mary Moers Wenig Endowed Scholarship Fund is awarded to a second or third year law student dedicated to the advancement of one or of the following fields: women and the law family law and marital property elder law trusts and estates and estate planning probate law.

Amount: $5000
Scholarship Opportunities for Law Students

Law students have a number of scholarship opportunities available to help finance their law education. Williams, class of 1925, the scholarship is awarded to a senior law student who has shown the greatest promise in legal writing based on contributions to the Cumberland Law Review or the American Journal of Trial Advocacy Recipients are chosen by the scholarship committee from a pool of nominees following interviews and other selection criteria. Established by Jere Beasley and the law firm of Beasley Allen Crow Methvin Portis Miles PC to recognize and assist an outstanding second or third-year law student actively involved in the Trial Advocacy Program who does not have other significant scholarship assistance.

Amount: $45000
Financial Aid

Online Franklin Pierce Center Scholarship Awarded to online graduate law students applying to the Intellectual Property program based on their educational background, experience, and or expressed interest in the field of Intellectual Property.

Notre Dame Law Review

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