Note: Please confirm ALL application deadlines with the organization.
Alabama Law Foundation, Inc.
The Alabama Law Foundation, Inc., administers the Cabaniss, Johnston Scholarship, an award endowed in 1987 by the law firm of Cabaniss, Johnston, Gardner, Dumas & O’Neal. While academic achievement is the selection committee’s principal consideration, civic involvement and dedication to the highest ethical standards are also given weight.
California Indian Law Association
See: Underrepresented Groups
The organization awards scholarships to assist law students and recent graduates who are interested in summer employment with Bay Area non-profit organizations serving the Latino community. The objective of the fellowships is to enhance the delivery of legal services to the Latino community.
The Waterbury Bar Association
The Bar Association has previously offered several different scholarships to provide financial support to members' children who wish to continue their education.
Hawai'i Community Foundation
Hawai‘i Community Foundation's scholarship program consists of over 160 different scholarship funds established by generous individuals, families, businesses or organizations to assist Hawai‘i's residents in obtaining a college education.
The Community Foundation of Fox River Valley
The Foundation's scholarship program consists of separate scholarship funds created by individual donors who establish specific criteria for the administration of their scholarships.
Jewish Federation Academic Scholarship Program
The organization offers various scholarship programs.
The Horace Smith Fund
The Horace Smith Fund was established to help deserving students finance their education, and is available to local students who are graduates of Hampden County, Massachusetts secondary schools. Fellowship applicants must be residents of Hampden County or qualified former residents.
Edwards Scholarship Fund
The Fund seeks to further the development of good citizenship through education by offering scholarships to men and women of good character and ability who are in need of financial assistance.
Community Foundation for Northeast Michigan
The organization offers various scholarships to Michigan residents.
Federal Bar Association for the Western District of Michigan Scholarships
The Western District of Michigan awards annually $4,500 in scholarships to law students. Applicants must meet two basic criteria: (1) acceptance to, or enrollment at, an accredited law school; and (2) interest in practicing law in the Western District of Michigan. In reviewing applications, the FBA scholarship committee considers factors such as permanent residence, or prior employment experience in the legal profession in the Western District of Michigan. Preference will be given to applicants who have completed at least one semester of law school. Those students who at the time of application or during its consideration are married to, or a child of, a member of the FBA, or married to, or a child of, a member of the federal judiciary of the Western District of Michigan are not eligible.
Kalamazoo Community Foundation
The Foundation awards various scholarships, including the Clarence L. Remynse and Benjamin and Cherie Gubin Scholarships, to undergraduate or graduate students who attended Kalamazoo or Van Buren County high schools,
Monroe County Bar Association Scholarship
The Association offers a scholarship to a candidate currently enrolled in or accepted by an accredited law school. The candidate must be a graduate of a Monroe County high school, public or private and maintain their residence in Monroe County, MI. Eligible students are invited to submit a letter detailing their qualifications and requesting to be considered to receive the one annual scholarship.
Feild Co-operative Association, Inc.
Offers a student loan to residents of Mississippi.
Atlantic County Bar Association
Applicants must be Atlantic County, New Jersey, residents accepted for admission to law school.
New Jersey State Federation of Women's Clubs
The organization established the Margaret Yardley Fellowship Fund in 1930 to provide fellowship grants to deserving women who are New Jersey residents pursuing post-graduate advanced studies at the school of their choice.
The Hudson County Bar Foundation
The Hudson County Bar Foundation will award scholarships to students who are attending law school or who have been accepted to law school for the upcoming academic year. The Hudson County Bar Foundation Scholarship Fund is one of the oldest providers of financial assistance to Hudson County law students. Interested applicants can write to the Hudson County Bar Foundation Scholarship Committee, 583 Newark Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey 07306 or call (201) 798-4708 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to request an application. All applications must be received on or before March 31, 2013
The Women Lawyers’ Caucus of Mercer County offers the Ruth Rabstein Scholarship to enrolled and prospective law students. The scholarship is awarded to a woman with ties to Mercer County, New Jersey. Additionally, applicants must demonstrate financial need, academic achievement, and community service.
Bronx County Bar Association
The Bar Association offers several scholarships to eligible and deserving law students.
Brandeis Association of Queens County
The Association has previously offered scholarships to Jewish law students in their 2nd or 3rd year of study who are residents of Queens County.
Columbia Lawyers Association of Westchester County
The Columbia Lawyers Association of Westchester County offers scholarships to students of Italian heritage who reside in Westchester County.
Community Foundation of Dutchess County
The Gellert Scholarship funds an annual scholarship (awarded through the Dutchess County Bar Association) for a resident of Dutchess County who has completed at least one year in an accredited law school.
Nassau Lawyers Association of Long Island, Inc.
Each year the Association awards a $1,000.00 scholarship to either an entering or current law student. The scholarship is for the length of time the recipient attends law school, up to a total of three years. Eligible candidates must be residents of Nassau County.
Nassau County Women's Bar Foundation
The foundation offers the Nassau County Women’s Bar Foundation Scholarship to female 2L or 3L law students who are residents of Nassau County. Applicants should confirm the scholarship amount with the Foundation.
New York Bar Foundation
The New York Bar Foundation is a charitable and philanthropic entity of the New York State Bar Association. Founded in 1950, it is dedicated to aiding educational, direct legal services, and charitable projects aimed at meeting the law-related needs of the public and the profession. The foundation provides funding for increasing public understanding of the law; improving the justice system and the law; facilitating the delivery of legal services; and enhancing professional competence and ethics.
Queens County Bar Association
The Bar Association has awarded scholarships based on personal financial need, a commitment to community service, and academic achievement, as demonstrated by a personal statement and recommendation letters. Applicants must be currently enrolled in a law school in the metropolitan area or a resident of Queens County.
Queens County Women's Bar Association
In 2005, in recognition of her outstanding work on behalf of the Queens County legal community and her overall professional excellence, the Queens County Women’s Bar Association established The Faith E. O’Neal Scholarship, honoring the memory of Faith E. O’Neal. The QCWBA generally awards two (2) $1,000 scholarships each year. The deadline for applications is generally in October of each year. Please check the website for more details about the application requirements and exact deadline.
Schenectady County Bar Association
The Association offers the John Alexander Memorial Scholarship. Eligible candidates must be residents of Schenectady County, New York.
Saratoga County Bar Association
The Association offers two $1,000.00 scholarships to residents of Saratoga County, New York. The scholarships are for 2L or 3L students who are residents of Saratoga County.
Black Lawyers Association of Cincinnati
The Association offers a scholarship awarded annually to an African-American Cincinnati resident, enrolled in an accredited law school, who has demonstrated leadership skills, a commitment to the Cincinnati community and has a financial need. All class levels are encouraged to apply.
The Stark Community Foundation
The Foundation offers various scholarships to residents of Stark County, Ohio.
Cherokee Nation Foundation
Offers scholarship opportunities to Cherokee citizens.
Berks County Community Foundation
The Howard Fox Memorial Law Scholarship Fund was established by Helen and Richard Fox in honor of their son who served as an attorney in the Public Defender's Office.
Rhode Island Bar Foundation
The Foundation offers a one year, non-renewable award for full-time students who are Rhode Island residents.
J.L. Turner Legal Association
Each year, since 1982, the J.L. Turner Legal Association Foundation has awarded scholarships to minority law students from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, or attending law school in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
John Peters Humphrey Student Fellowships in International Human Rights Law or International Organization.
The Italian Student Loan Fund (Fondo per Studenti Italiani) is a not-for-profit corporation that offers financial aid to Italian university graduates who wish to attend a post-graduate course (Master or PhD) in the United States.
ALMA, the Italian LLM Association (www.llm.it), offers scholarship opportunities in collaboratoin with ASLA, Associanzione Studi Legali Associati, for newly-admitted Italian LLM students who will attend an LLM program at a top US law school.