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Amount: $1000
Outside Scholarships

American Intellectual Property Law Association Robert C. Eligibility Requirements: Enrolled graduate student pursuing a career in intellectual property law. Eligibility Requirements: The Los Angeles Intellectual Property Law Association (LAIPLA) is proud to offer a fellowship to a law student with an interest in practicing intellectual property law in the Los Angeles area.

Amount: $25000
Scholarships

The Presidential Law Scholarship is the most prestigious scholarship awarded by St. Mary’s Law. Each Presidential Law Scholar will receive scholarship funding to cover the full amount of tuition and fees for their full-time or part-time enrollment in the Doctor of Jurisprudence at St. Mary’s Law. This fund was established in 1987 by St. Mary’s law graduates and the San Antonio law firm of Cox Smith Inc. If an eligible application is not received from a single-parent law student, the award will a law student in good academic standing. Vaught to provide scholarship assistance for a serious law student, who has excelled in their studies of the law, exhibits need and who is or has been associated with a branch of the armed forces of the United States.

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: $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.

Amount: $1000
External Scholarships

CONNER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW WRITING COMPETITION The New York Intellectual Property Law Association created a writing competition for law students and appropriately named it The William C. Conner Intellectual Property Law .

Amount: $5000
Scholarships, Awards, and Writing Contests

This fund was established in 1994 by the Coalition of Black Law Students to honor Charles Z. In 1965, members of the Class of 1961 began a tradition of making annual gifts to directly fund a law student scholarship. He graduated from the University of Utah in 1908 and won a Rhodes Scholarship to study law at the University of Oxford. This fund was first established in 1986 by the labor law sections of the American Bar and the King County Bar Associations to honor the late Mary Ellen Krug Case '43, a distinguished labor law attorney. This scholarship will be awarded to a law student each year that is currently working or planning on a career in public service.

Amount: $3000
Scholarships

The Chaplin award provides full law tuition for all credits, including six approved non-law course credits taken in other departments of the University and applied toward the juris doctor degree, plus an annual stipend of $1,000. · The Reid and Mentschikoff awards provide full law tuition for all credits, including six approved non-law course credits taken in other departments of the University and applied toward the juris doctor degree, plus an annual stipend of $1,000. The Leef award provides full law tuition for all credits, including six approved non-law course credits taken in other departments of the University and applied toward the juris doctor degree, plus an annual stipend of $1,000.

Amount: $3000
Newark Scholarships

Established in 1979, this fellowship is named after Ralph Johnson Bunche, the African-American statesman, Nobel Peace Laureate, and 1949 recipient of an honorary Doctor of Laws from Rutgers. One scholarship will be awarded to a full-time law student each year based on academic merit and financial need. Kaplan to provide scholarship support to a law student. Scholarships are to be awarded to full-time law students based on academic merit. 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 will be awarded to full-time law students based on academic merit and financial need.

Amount: $3000
Scholarships Financial Aid

Aside from KU Law scholarships, international students may be eligible for the University of Kansas International Student Tuition Grant. If applicant are not eligible for Kansas resident tuition rates, applicant may become eligible by proving their intent to stay in Kansas indefinitely by purchasing property in Kansas, marrying a Kansan, accepting a permanent offer of employment, etc. KU Law has a commitment to keep tuition affordable for all of its students. KU Law is excited to announce a nonresident tuition rate reduction for law students beginning in the academic year. Therefore, KU Law will provide applicant a scholarship that will reduce their net cost to the new rate.

Amount: $2012
Scholarships

The Jackson Lewis Law Firm has established a $5,000 scholarship for a College of Law student interested in Employment Law. The law firm has expressed a preference for the scholarship to be awarded to a minority student interested in employment law. Porter, a University of Cincinnati graduate, Engineering ’48 and Law ’49, to support a scholarship for a College of Law student. This scholarship was established by the Cincinnati law firm of Strauss Troy for merit scholarships to be awarded to incoming or current College of Law students. The Westerbeck scholarship is awarded to students considering the simultaneous pursuit of a law degree and a graduate business degree from Colleges of Law and Business and Administration.