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North America Legal Scholarship Directory

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Summary: Below is a legal scholarship directory for North America. It includes a comprehensive list of legal scholarships offered in the United States and Canada.

Organization Name
Website
Email
Address Phone
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Scholarship Name Purpose Focus Qualifications Criteria Funds Available Number Awarded To Apply Deadline Contact Remarks
AAUW Legal Advocacy Fund
http://www.aauw.org
connect@aauw.org
1111 16th St. NW
Washington, DC 20036
P: 202-785-7700
F: 202-785-7777
AAUW Legal Advocacy Fund Selected Professions Fellowships To award women who intend to pursue a full-time course of study at accredited institutions during the fellowship year. Architecture; Computer and Information Sciences; Engineering; Statistics; Business Administration; Law; Medicine. Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents who are full-time students. Panel of academic and practicing professionals who work in the respective selected professions fields will review and evaluate all fellowship applications for recommendation to the Program Committee of the AAUW Educational Foundation Board. Final fellowship selections are approved by the Foundation Board of Directors. Master's and First Professional Awards-$5,000-$18,000.   Applicants must accomplish complete application package which consist of application; budget information for Administrative and Internal Revenue Service Purposes; narrative autobiography; detailed statement of thesis or special project (applicable to engineering and medical students only); statement of applicant's career plans and professional goals; three letters of recommendation; and dean's letter (applicable to medical students). Applicants must also submit supporting documents such as: official transcripts and a bound set of reproductions of a range of the applicant's design projects. 10 to 12 samples may be submitted in the portfolio, no larger than 8" x 10* in size (applicable to architecture students only). January 10. AAUW Educational Foundation Dept. 60, 301 ACT Drive, Iowa City, IA 52243-4030; Phone: 319-337-1716; Email: aauw@ act.org.  
Academy of Criminal Justice Science
http://www.acjs.org
info@acjs.org
PO Box 960
Greenbelt, MD 20768-0960
P: 301-446-6300
F: 301-446-2819
Affirmative Action Mini Grants And Student Scholarships To promote the involvement of all minority groups in the academy. Law. Applicants must be members of a group who have experienced historical discrimination (i.e., African American, Asian American, Native American, persons of Hispanic descent); enrolled in criminal justice, criminology or related programs; available for undergraduates, masters, and doctoral students. Recipients are selected based on the AACJS Affirmative Action Committee panel's review of application materials. $600. 2. Applicants must submit a completed manuscript (not more than 30 pages in length) examining criminal justice/ criminological issue; a 10- page, double-spaced, typed proposal discussing: (a) the nature of the research topic, (b) why the research is important, and where relevant, (c) the methods used, (d) the findings of the research, and (e) the theoretical, methodological, and/or policy implications of the results. October 15. Delores Jones-Brown, 212-237-8390, djonesbr@jjay. cuny.edu  
Advocates' Society
http://www.advocates.ca
mail @advocates.ca
1700-480 University Ave.
Toronto, ON, Canada M5G 1V2
P: 416-597-0243
F: 416-597-1588
Catzman Awards For Professionalism And Civility To recognize individuals who have demonstrated a high degree of professionalism and civility in the practice of law. Law. Candidates must show professionalism and civility, and have made contributions to legal education. Recipients will be selected based on submitted application. Amount not specified. Duration: Annual.   Applicants must provide a brief statement outlining the reasons for the nomination, current curriculum vitae and two letters of support. July 1. Electronic submissions should be forwarded to Sonia Holiad, Director of Communications at sonia@advocates.ca.  
AGS Foundation for Health in Aging (FHA)
http://www.healthinaging.org
The Empire State Building 350 5th. Ave., Ste. 801
New York, NY 10118
P: 212-755-6810
F: 212-832-8646
Hartford Geriatrics Health Outcomes Research Scholars Award Program To support physician-scientists committed to improving the health care of older adults during the critical transition from junior faculty to independent researcher. Geriatric medicine. Applicant must: have an MD or DO degree; hold a full-time faculty appointment at the level of assistant professor for no longer than two years at the time the grant becomes effective; demonstrate motivation and ability to devote the majority (75%) of his/her time to conduct research with the goal of devoting his/her research career to this area; be either: (1) a geriatrician or geriatric psychiatrist who has completed all of the requirements to be eligible to sit for a Certificate of Added Qualifications by the time the award commences, or (2) a general internist, family physician, neurologist, or subspecialist of internal medicine who is pursuing a career devoted to aging research and who has completed all the requirements to be eligible to sit for Board Certification in his/her discipline; have at least two years of prior experience; have a primary sponsor who is committed to providing guidance and collaboration throughout the course of the proposed project; and be a citizen or a lawfully admitted permanent resident of the United States. Selection is based on potential of applicant to become an independently funded investigator; applicant's commitment to an academic research career devoted to improving the care of older adults; scientific merit of the research proposal; likelihood that the research proposal will lead to future funded research projects; impact of the proposed project on the applicant's career, evidence of the primary sponsor's commitment to the applicant; training plan provided by the sponsor; and the applicant's institutional commitment to the area of research outlined in the research proposal. $200,000. Duration: Two years. Up to 4. Applicants may request an application online. December 5. long @ americangeriatrics. org. Sponsored by The John A. Hartford Foundation, in collaboration with the AGS Foundation for Health in Aging.
AGS Foundation for Health in Aging (FHA)
http://www.healthinaging.org
The Empire State Building 350 5th. Ave., Ste. 801
New York, NY 10118
P: 212-755-6810
F: 212-832-8646
T. Franklin Williams Research Scholars Award Program To support the academic career development of a promising geriatrics physician-scientist. Geriatric medicine. Applicant must have an MD or DO degree; be within four years of the first faculty appointment at the time the grant becomes effective; must devote 75% of his/her time to conduct research with 40% specifically devoted to this project; be an internal medicine geriatrician who has completed all of the requirements to be eligible to sit for a Certificate of Added Qualifications by the time the award commences; have at least two sponsors committed to providing guidance and collaboration throughout the course of the proposed project (at least one sponsor should represent geriatrics and at least one sponsor should represent a subspecialty of internal medicine); and must be a citizen or a lawfully admitted permanent resident of the United States. Selection is based on the qualifications of the applicant; impact of the proposed project on the applicant's career; the applicant's commitment to an academic research career devoted to improving the care of older adults; scientific merit of the research proposal and its relevance to improving subspecialty care of older adults; evidence of the sub-specialty and geriatrics sponsors' commitment to the applicant as well as the sponsors' experience in research and training in the applicant's area of research interest; and commitment of the applicant's institution to supporting the career development of the junior faculty member. $75,000. Duration: Two years. 1. Applicants may request for an application online. January 7. Li-Chia Ong at long ©american- geriatrics.org.  
Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA)
http://www.awma.org
info@awma.org
One Gateway Ctr. 420 Fort Duquesne Blvd., 3rd FI.
Pittsburgh, PA 15222-1435
P: 412-232-3444
F: 412-232-3450
A&WMA Scholarships To promote education in air quality and waste management. Air pollution; Waste management; Environmental law. Applicant must be a full-time graduate student pursuing courses of study and research leading to careers in air quality, waste management, environmental management/policy/law and/or sustainability. Selection is based on the application materials submitted. $2,500-$7,500. Duration: One year.   Applicants are required to create a scholarship account online, and upload sup-porting documents. January 3.    
Air & Waste Management Association - Southern Section (SSAWMA)
http://www.ss-awma.org
jmanningl @be!)south.net
c/o Justice A. Manning 133 Rolling Hill Dr.
Daphne, AL 36526
P: 251-625-0513
SSAWMA Scholarships To assist students pursuing careers in the areas of air and water pollution control and hazardous waste management. Air pollution; Waste management; Environmental law. Applicants must be pursuing a graduate-level course of study and research leading to a career related to air or water quality, waste management, pollution prevention, environmental policy/compliance/law, or sustainability. Awards will be given based on academic records and career goals. $1,500. 3. Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form along with the statement of professional goals, transcripts, verification of graduate school attendance, TOEFL or MELAB scores (optional), professional or non-professional work experience and two letters of recommendation. Submit application package in duplicate (must be clipped, not stapled). June 15. Justice Manning at the above address. Recipients are encouraged to be student members of the Southern Section ol A&WMA or environmental professionals returning to school for graduate study.
Akron Bar Association Foundation
http://www.akronbar.org
dlong@akronbar.org
57 S Broadway
Akron, OH 44308
P: 330-253-5007
F: 330-253-2140
Akron Bar Association Foundation Scholarships To provide scholarships to students enrolled in a law school. Law. Applicants must be citizens of the United States and in good academic standing with their respective schools; must demonstrate financial need; must have an affiliation with Summit County; must demonstrate an established history of community involvement; and must be admitted to a law school in Ohio. Application will be considered based on applicant's written formal letter indicating the following: (1) statement of how and why applicants became law students; (2) connection to Summit County; (3) previous and current volunteer and community involvement; and (4) reasons stating why they desen/e the award. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit the following requirements: a completed, typed application form; a certified transcript from school(s); a copy of 2011 Federal Income Tax Return; an updated resume; and two letters of recommendation from people who are familiar with applicant's character. Applicant's 2010 Federal Income Tax Return will be considered if 2011 is unavailable. April 8. Application form and other supporting documents should be submitted to Linda M. Foster at the above address.  
Alabama Commission on Higher Education
http://www.ache.alabanna.gov
PO Box 302000
Montgomery, AL 36130-2000
P: 334-242-1998
F: 334-242-0268
ACHE Police Officers And Firefighters Survivors' Educational Assistance Programs To assist the education of the dependents or spouses of police officers or firefighters killed in the line of duty in Alabama. General studies. Applicant must be the dependent or the spouse of a police officer or firefighter killed in the line of duty; enrolled in an undergraduate program at a public post-secondary educational institution in Alabama. Selection is based on the application. No specific amount.   Application forms may be obtained from the Alabama Commission on Higher Education, PO Box 302000, Montgomery, AL 36130-2000.   334- 242-2273.  
Alabama Law Foundation
http://www.alfinc.org
tdaniel@alfinc.org
PO Box 4129
Montgomery, AL 36101
P: 334-269-1515
Johnston Cabaniss Scholarships To recognize and assist outstanding second-year law students in their academic pursuits. Law. Applicants must be residents of Alabama and must be law students entering second year at any accredited law school in the United States. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. $5,000- first place; $1,000-second place.   Applicants may download an application form via ALFINC website. Applicants must submit a completed application form with school transcript attached.   ALFINC at the above address.  
Alberta Indian Investment Corporation (AIIC)
http://www.aiicbusiness.org
inlo@aiicbusiness.org
PO Box 180
Enoch, AB, Canada T7X 3Y3
P: 780-470-3600
F: 780-470-3605
Sam Bull Memorial Scholarships To provide scholarship assistance to qualified individuals who want to pursue their education. Law; Political science. Applicant must be a First Nation native who has resided in Alberta for at least one year; must demonstrate interest in law or political science education. Recipient will be evaluated by the selection commit-tee based on academic performance, chosen area of study in relation to First Nation community development and future career aspirations. $1,000. Duration: One year.   Applicant must prepare a 100 to 200 word statement of personal and academic objectives, which should emphasize how their proposed course of study will contribute to First Nation community development in Canada. Application forms are available online and must be sent together with other supporting documents to General Manager, PO Box 180, Enoch, AB T7X 3Y3. February 15.    
Alberta Indian Investment Corporation (AIIC)
http://www.aiicbusiness.org
inlo@aiicbusiness.org
PO Box 180
Enoch, AB, Canada T7X 3Y3
P: 780-470-3600
F: 780-470-3605
Senator James Gladstone Memorial Scholarships To provide scholarship assistance to qualified individuals who want to pursue their education. Law; Political science. Applicant must be a First Nation native who has resided in Alberta for at least one year; must demonstrate interest in law or political science education. Recipient will be evaluated by the selection committee based on strong academic performance, chosen area of study in relation to First Nation business/ economic development and future career aspirations. $750-$1,000. Duration: One year.   Applicant must submit a transcript ol record; must prepare a 100 to 200 word statement of personal and academic objectives which should emphasize how their proposed course of study will contribute to First Nation economic and business development in Canada. Application form and other supporting documents must be sent to General Manager, Alberta Indian Investment Corporation, PO Box 180, Enoch, AB T7X 3Y3. February 15.    
Alberta Learning Information Service (ALIS) Alberta Scholarship Program
http://www.alis.alberta.ca
info@atis.gov.ab.ca
Box 28000 Main Sta.
Edmonton, AB, Canada T5J 4R4
P: 780-427-8640
Robert C. Carson Memorial Bursary To provide financial assistance to aboriginal students who have successfully completed the first year of a program relating to criminal justice, criminology or law. Criminal justice; Criminology; Law. Applicants must be Alberta residents and full-time students enrolled in the second year of either Law Enforcement or Criminal Justice. The qualifying Alberta institutions are: Lethbridge Community College, Mount Royal College, Grant MacEwan College, the University of Calgary or the University of Alberta. Recipients are nominated by the educational institution they are attending. Preference will be given to non-sponsored aboriginal students. $500. 5. Application forms are available from the Institution's Student Award Office. October 1. Alberta Scholarship Program at the above address.  
Alberta Learning Information Service (ALIS) Alberta Scholarship Program
http://www.alis.alberta.ca
info@atis.gov.ab.ca
Box 28000 Main Sta.
Edmonton, AB, Canada T5J 4R4
P: 780-427-8640
Jason Lang Scholarships To reward the outstanding academic achievement of Alberta post-secondary students who are continuing full-time in an undergraduate program in Alberta. Law; Medicine; Pharmacy; Dentistry. Nominees must be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate or professional program, such as Law, Medicine, Pharmacy or Dentistry at an eligible Alberta post-secondary institution. These include publicly-funded colleges, technical institutes, universities, private colleges accredited to grant degrees and the Banff Centre. Also, they must be progressing in their post-secondary program and continuing their full-time post-secondary studies at an eligible Alberta educational institution. Selection will be based on Committee's criteria. Recipients are nominated on the basis of achieving a minimum GPA of 3.2 on a 4.0 scale in the previous academic year while maintaining enrollment in at least 80% of a full course load. $1,000.   Recipients are nominated by the Awards Office at participating Alberta institutions where they have obtained qualifying grades. For information on the nomination process and eligibility, contact the Awards Office. October 15 and February 15. Alberta Scholarship Programs at the above address.  
Alberta Learning Information Service (ALIS) Alberta Scholarship Program
http://www.alis.alberta.ca
info@atis.gov.ab.ca
Box 28000 Main Sta.
Edmonton, AB, Canada T5J 4R4
P: 780-427-8640
Language Teacher Bursary Program Awards To assist certified Alberta teachers to take a summer post-secondary program in a language other than English or language pedagogy course at an institution outside of Canada. Languages. Applicants must: be Canadian citizens or individuals lawfully admitted to Canada for permanent residence and residents of Alberta; hold a valid Alberta professional teaching certificate; have been teaching in Alberta for a minimum of three years by the end of the current school year; demonstrate a background in language learning or have recently initiated the study of this language; plan to take a summer program of at least four weeks duration in a language/language teaching methodology other than English, or related field at an institution outside of Canada; must have not previously been awarded a Language Teacher Bursary. Recipients will be selected based on statement of the program; course rigour; school authority endorsement; and potential benefit for both teacher and the school authority. $2,500-$5,000.   Application form can be obtained from Alberta Scholarship Programs. Completed application form must be submitted to your local school authority for endorsement. Once endorsement has been given, the school authority will mail your application to Alberta Scholarship Programs. February 10. scholarships@gov.ab.ca.  
Alberta Learning Information Service (ALIS) Alberta Scholarship Program
http://www.alis.alberta.ca
info@atis.gov.ab.ca
Box 28000 Main Sta.
Edmonton, AB, Canada T5J 4R4
P: 780-427-8640
Languages In Teacher Education Scholarships To reward Alberta students enrolled in a recognized Alberta teacher preparation program taking courses that will allow them to teach languages other than English in Alberta schools. Languages. Applicants must be: Canadian citizens or individuals lawfully admitted to Canada for permanent residence in Alberta. Visa students are not eligible for this award. Applicants must be registered full-time in their final two years of a recognized Alberta teacher preparation program at an Alberta faculty of education and intend to teach in Alberta schools upon completion of their program. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. $2,500. Number Awarded: No applications required. Students will be nominated by their post-secondary institution.   scholarships@gov.ab.ca.  
Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
http://www.agbell.org
info@agbell.org
3417 Volta PI. NW
Washington, DC 20007
P: 202-337-5220
F: 202-337-8314
George H. Nofer Scholarships For Law And Public Policy To promote communication for people with hearing loss. Hearing and Deafness; Public administration. Applicants must be accepted at or recently enrolled in an accredited law school or masters/doctoral program in public policy or public administration as a full-time first year rising graduate students. Previous first and second year recipients may re-apply provided that a minimum of nine credit hours was completed. Award will be given to those applicants who have been diagnosed with a moderate to profound hearing loss prior to acquiring spoken language (pre-lingual hearing loss); Applicants hearing loss must be bilateral and in the moderate to profound range; Must have an unaided Pure-Tone Average of 60dB or greater in the better hearing ear in the speech frequencies of 500, and 2000 Hz. Applicants with cochlear implants meet this eligibility requirement. Unilateral (one-sided) hearing loss does not qualify; Applicants uses spoken language as the primary mode of communication. No specific amount. Duration: Two semesters. 3. Applicants must submit an application, with pages in numbered order; For students who use hearing aids, an unaided Audiogram performed within the last twelve months or for those with cochlear implants, the most recent mapping report (first page only); Official transcripts for the most recent two completed years of college. For third year applicants, a transcript of your previous year of study will suffice. Verification of the student's application, acceptance or enrollment to a mainstream and accredited university/college (a readable photocopy of a letter, tuition notice, or other correspondence is acceptable); Student essay (as indicated in the application); Recommendation from a hearing health professional (maximum of two singlesided pages); Recommendation from a current AG Bell member (Maximum of two single-sided pages). If you do not know an AG Bell member, please provide a recommendation from an educational or therapeutic professional; Recommendation from a non-relative who is familiar with the family's financial need (maximum of two single-sided pages). March. Fax: 202-337-8314, E-mail: finan- cialaid@agbeil.org.  
Allegheny County Bar Foundation (ACBF)
http://www.acbf.org
dblaner@acba.org
400 Koppers Bldg. 436 Seventh Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
P: 412-402-6641
Daniel B. Dixon Scholarships To support a law student attending the University of Pittsburgh School ol Law. Law. Applicant must be a law student attending the University of Pittsburgh School of Law who has completed his/her first or second year and who has demonstrated an interest in real estate law. Selection is based on academic excellence and financial need. $500. Duration: One year. 1. Applicants must submit a completed application form together with the essay, recommendation, transcripts and proof of class rank (most recent grade reports). June 15. Lorrie K. Albert at 412-402-6640 (Phone), 412-261-3622 (Fax) or lalbert@acba.org. Established in 2007.
Allegheny County Bar Foundation (ACBF)
http://www.acbf.org
dblaner@acba.org
400 Koppers Bldg. 436 Seventh Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
P: 412-402-6641
F.C. Grote Fund Scholarships To support the education of a student at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Law. Applicant must be a student at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law or the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Selection is based on the application materials submitted. $5,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a completed application form. April 15. Lorrie K. Albert at 412-402-6640 (Phone). 412-261-3622 (Fax) or lalbert@acba.org.  
Allegheny County Bar Foundation (ACBF)
http://www.acbf.org
dblaner@acba.org
400 Koppers Bldg. 436 Seventh Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
P: 412-402-6641
Honorable Carol Los Mansmann Memorial Scholarships To support an outstanding female law student attending Duquesne University School of Law. Law. Applicant must be a female law student attending Duquesne University School of Law who demonstrates a potential for leadership and a commitment to the advancement of women; must be enrolled in the School of Law and must have completed first year of the day division or second year of the evening or part-time day division; must be ranked in the top half of the class. Selection is based on a combination of academic achievement, involvement in extracurricular and other activities, financial need and an essay. $3,000. One or more. Applicants must submit a completed application including transcripts and proof of class rank (most recent grade reports). April 15. Lorrie K. Albert at 412-402-6640 (Phone), 412-261- 3622 (Fax) or lalbert@acba.org.  
Allegheny County Bar Foundation (ACBF)
http://www.acbf.org
dblaner@acba.org
400 Koppers Bldg. 436 Seventh Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
P: 412-402-6641
Honorable Joseph H. Ridge Memorial Scholarships To support the education of a student at Duquesne Law School. Law. Applicant must be a student of Duquesne Law School and must also be a graduate of Central Catholic High School. Scholarship will be awarded to the highest ranking member of the graduating class at Duquesne Law School. No specific amount.   Students may contact the Allegheny County Bar Foundation for more information.      
Allegheny County Bar Foundation (ACBF)
http://www.acbf.org
dblaner@acba.org
400 Koppers Bldg. 436 Seventh Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
P: 412-402-6641
James I. Smith, 111 Notre Dame Law School Scholarship Fund To provide scholarships to law students from Allegheny County enrolled at Notre Dame Law School. Law. Applicant must be an Allegheny County student enrolled at Notre Dame Law School. Selection is based on the application materials submitted. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit completed applications and include an estimated budget. Application must be signed by an authorized representative ol the law school. April 15. Lorrie K. Albert at 412-402-6640 (Phone), 412-261-3622 (Fax) or lalbert@acba.org. Created in 2001 in honor of the retirement of James I. Smith.
Alliance Defense Fund
http://www.blackstonelegaIfellowship.org
blackstone@telladf.org
15100 N 90th St.
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
P: 800-TELL-ADF
F: 480-444-0024
Alliance Defense Fund - Blackstone Legal Fellowships To train law students who will rise to positions of influence and leadership as legal scholars, litigators, policy makers and judges. Law. Applicants must be exceptionally capable and highly motivated first year law students (second year law students are also welcome to apply). Selection is based on demonstrated Christian commitment, motivation to engage in popular legal culture, leadership potential in a legal context, evidence of oral and written communication skills, and academic achievement. $6,300. Duration: Nine weeks. At least 110. Applicants must complete the application online. January 21.    
Alpha Tau Omega (ATO)
http://www.ato.org
1 N Pennsylvania St., 12th FI.
Indianapolis, ID 46204
P: 317-684-1865
F: 317-684-1862
Lawrence A. Long Memorial Law Scholarships To provide educational programs and scholarships of the highest standards. General studies. Applicants must be students who are enrolled or accepted into an accredited law school and must be full-time students during the academic year. Selection will be based on academic achievements; demonstrated leadership in ATO; and demonstrated leadership on campus and in the community. No specific amount.   Applicants must apply online at www.ato.org and answer all questions in essay format. Applicants must also attach their transcript and three letters of recommendation. March 4.   Honors former Worthy Grand Chief Lawrence A. Long who served as Province Chief, Worthy Grand Keeper of the Annals, member of the National Fraternity Board of Directors, Worthy Grand Chief and Worthy High Chancellor.
American Association of Attorney-Certified Public Accountants (AAA-CPA)
http://www.attomey-cpa.com
info@attomey-cpa.com
3921 Old Lee Hwy., Ste. 71A
Fairfax, VA 22030
P: 888-288-9272
F: 888-272-2889
Attorney-CPA Foundation Scholarships To promote the study and understanding of the fields of Law and Accounting and other related professions. Law. Applicants must be graduating law students who have obtained CPA Certificate. Recipients must be graduating law school students, must have commitment to the profession of accounting as evidenced by a CPA certificate, must have outstanding academic performance, and must have shown leadership in school and community. $250-$2,500. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit the completed application form. April 15.    
American Association for Justice (AAJ)
http://www.justice.org
membership@justice.org
777 6th St. NW, Ste. 200
Washington, DC 20001
P: 202-965-3500
AAJ Trial Advocacy Scholarships To assist law students in furthering their studies. Law. Applicants must be second and third year AAJ law student members; must be enrolled in an ABA-accredited law school. Scholarships are given to applicants who: exhibit an interest and proficiency of skills in trial advocacy; express a desire to represent victims; demonstrate a commitment and dedication to AAJ mission through involvement in an AAJ student chapter and minority caucus activities; and show financial need. $2,500.   Applicants must submit resume; 500-word essay on how the applicants will meet the criteria; up to three recommendations from a faculty adviser, trial advocacy professor, Dean, AAJ member, or trial lawyer; and a completed form verifying applicant's student status. May 31. Brandon Grubesky at brandon.grubesky@justice.org.  
American Association for Justice (AAJ)
http://www.justice.org
membership@justice.org
777 6th St. NW, Ste. 200
Washington, DC 20001
P: 202-965-3500
The Richard D. Hailey AAJ Law Student Scholarships To assist law students in furthering their studies. Law. Applicants must be incoming first, second or third year African American, Hispanic American, Asian American, Native American and bi-racial AAJ law student members; must be enrolled in an ABA-accredited law school. Scholarships are given to applicants who: exhibit an interest and proficiency of skills in trial advocacy; express a desire to represent victims; demonstrate a commitment and dedication to AAJ mission through involvement in an AAJ student chapter and minority caucus activities; and show financial need. $1,000. Duration: One year. 6. Applicants must submit resume; 500-word essay on how the applicants will meet the criteria; up to three recommendations from a faculty adviser, trial advocacy professor, Dean, AAJ member or trial lawyer; and a completed form verifying applicant's student status. May 31. Brandon Grubesky at brandon.grubesky@justice.org.  
American Association for Justice (AAJ)
http://www.justice.org
membership@justice.org
777 6th St. NW, Ste. 200
Washington, DC 20001
P: 202-965-3500
Alia Herrera Memorial Scholarships To assist law students in furthering their studies. Law. Applicants must be students entering second or third year of law school, or having the equivalent of one year to complete; must be attending law schools in the Philadelphia, PA area; must be members of the law student section of AAJ; must be children of AAJ members. Recipients are selected based on the Scholarship Committee's review of academic records. $3,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit cover letter; resume; transcript; letter of recommendation from a law professor or Dean of law school; 500-word essay on the topic ("Damage Caps": Limiting Damage awards in Civil cases by State and/or federal statutes, compared to juries making damage awards, with judicial review; Who should bare the risk or loss, and why?). June 4. Crystal D. Gilreath, 1591 Vinton Ave., Memphis, TN 38104; higgin- sgilreath@yahoo.com.  
American Association for Justice (AAJ)
http://www.justice.org
membership@justice.org
777 6th St. NW, Ste. 200
Washington, DC 20001
P: 202-965-3500
The Leesfield/AAJ Law Student Scholarships To assist law students in furthering their studies. Law. Applicants must be first and second year AAJ law student members. Recipients are selected based on submitted application materials. $2,500.   Applicants must submit resume; statement of financial need; 500-word written request substantiating the applicant's commitment to preserving the civil justice system; three recommendations from a faculty adviser, trial advocacy professor, dean AAJ member, or trial lawyer; and a completed form verifying applicant's student status. May 31. Brandon Grubesky at brandon. grubesky@justice.org.  
American Association of Law Libraries (AALL)
http://www.aallnet.org
aalihq@aall.org
105 W. Adams Street, Suite 3300
Chicago, IL 60603
P: 312-939-4764
F: 312-431-1097
AALL Scholarships For Continuing Education Classes To provide financial assistance to individuals who wish to pursue courses related to law librarianship. Library and archival sciences. Applicants must be law librarians with a degree from an ALA-accredited library school or an ABA-accredited law school, who are registered in continuing education courses related to law librarian- ship. Applicants must also be AALL members. Applicants who are permanent residents of United States and Canada will be given preference. $500.   Applicants must submit a completed application form; course description and registration; personal statement; and letters of recommendation. April 1. Email: scholarships@aaII.org.  
American Association of Law Libraries (AALL)
http://www.aallnet.org
aalihq@aall.org
105 W. Adams Street, Suite 3300
Chicago, IL 60603
P: 312-939-4764
F: 312-431-1097
AALL Scholarships For Library School Graduates Seeking A Non-Law Degree To assist individuals who wish to develop a professional career in law librarianship and who intend to have a career as law librarians. Library and archival sciences. Applicants must be library school graduates who are degree candidates in an area other than law. Scholarship is restricted to members of AALL. Recipients are selected based on the application packet and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit an application form; transcript of records; letters of recommendation; and a personal statement. April 1. Application form and other required documents may send electronically at scholarship® aall.org.  
American Association of Law Libraries (AALL)
http://www.aallnet.org
aalihq@aall.org
105 W. Adams Street, Suite 3300
Chicago, IL 60603
P: 312-939-4764
F: 312-431-1097
American Association Of Law Libraries Library School Scholarships To help individuals achieve their goal as law librarians. Library and archival sciences; Law. Applicant must be a law school graduate working towards a degree in an accredited library school or a college graduate with meaningful law library experience and a degree candidate in an accredited library school. Applicant must have the intention of having a career as a law librarian. Applicants who are law school graduates with meaningful library experience or college graduates working for degrees with emphasis on courses in law are given preference. Exact scholarship amount is not specified.   Applicants must submit an application form; transcripts; three letters of recommendation; and a personal statement. Evidence of financial need must be submitted. Applicants must also provide a stamped self-addressed postcard and envelope to be use by the Committee in notifying them regarding their application form. April 1. scholarships® aall.org.  
American Association of Law Libraries (AALL)
http://www.aallnet.org
aalihq@aall.org
105 W. Adams Street, Suite 3300
Chicago, IL 60603
P: 312-939-4764
F: 312-431-1097
AALL & THOMSON WEST - George A. Strait Minority Scholarship Endowments To support the education of minority students who wish to pursue their career goals in law librarianship. Library and archival sciences. Applicants must be college graduates with meaningful law library experience; members of a minority group as defined by current U.S. Government guidelines; degree candidates in an ALA- accredited library school or an ABA-accredited law school; intend to have a career in law librarianship; must have at least one quarter/semester remaining after the scholarship is awarded. Recipients are selected based on application materials submitted and financial need. Exact scholarship amount is not specified.   Applicants must submit a completed application form; course description and registration; personal statement; and three letters of recommendation. April 1. Application form and other required documents may send electronically at scholarships® atl.org.  
American Association for Paralegal Education (AAFPE)
http://www.aafpe.org
info@aafpe.org
19 Mantua Road
Mount Royal, NJ 08061
P: 856-423-2829
F: 856-423-3420
AAFPE Lex Scholarships To help students pursue their education in legal studies. Paralegal studies. Applicants must be full or part-time students who have a LEX chapter. Applicants will be evaluated based on submitted materials. $500. Duration: Annual. 3 to 5. Candidates must submit a completed LEX application form with a 500-word essay; transcript of records showing at least "B" average; and a letter of recommendation from a faculty member in the paralegal or legal assistant studies department of the qualifying institution. February 15.    
American Association of State Troopers (AAST)
http://www.statetroopers.orgSCHOLARSHIPS
1949 Raymond Diehl Rd.
Tallahassee, FL 32308
P: 850-385-7904
American Association Of State Troopers Scholarship Foundation First Scholarships To provide financial assistance for the education of students who are dependents of the members of American Association of State Troopers, Inc. Law enforcement. Applicants must be high school or college students who are sons or daughters of a trooper by natural birth, legal adoption, step child, or legal guardian. Applicants will be evaluated based on academic performance and financial need. $500.   Applicants must submit an official transcript indicating a minimum 2.5 GPA (4.0 scale) at an accredited school; for high school students: final four-year high school transcripts; for college students: a current official college transcripts indicating all grades earned through the current year which he or she is applying for; letter of acceptance from an accredited college, state university or community college for the academic year; a 500-word, typed essay entitled, "How my Education Witl Advance My Career Plans'; and a small photo attached to the bottom of the application as indicated. July 31. Joan Breeding, joan@statetroopers.org.  
American Association of State Troopers (AAST)
http://www.statetroopers.orgSCHOLARSHIPS
1949 Raymond Diehl Rd.
Tallahassee, FL 32308
P: 850-385-7904
American Association Of State Troopers Scholarship Foundation Second Scholarships To provide financial assistance for the education of students who are dependents of the members of American Association of State Troopers, Inc. Law enforcement. Applicants must be high school or college students who are sons or daughters of trooper members by natural birth, legal adoption, step child, or legal guardian. Applicants will be evaluated based on academic performance and financial need. $1,000.   Applicants must submit an original and official transcript indicating the minimum 3.5 GPA (4.0 scale) maintained during the fall through spring semesters for which the scholarship award was granted; a letter or registration notice as proof of enrollment for the academic year; and a small photo attached to the bottom of the application as indicated. July 31. Joan Breeding, joan@statetroopers.org.  
American Association of State Troopers (AAST)
http://www.statetroopers.orgSCHOLARSHIPS
1949 Raymond Diehl Rd.
Tallahassee, FL 32308
P: 850-385-7904
V.J. Johnson Memorial Scholarships To provide financial assistance to a student who intends to use his or her education to pursue a career in law enforcement. Law enforcement. Applicants must be high school or college students who are sons or a daughters of trooper members by natural birth, legal adoption, step child, or legal guardian (in Florida only). Recipients are selected based on academic performance and financial need. $1,500. 1. Applicants must submit an original and official transcript indicating the minimum of 3.8 GPA (4.0 scale) maintained during the fall through spring semesters for which the second scholarship award was granted; a letter or registration notice as proof of enrollment for the academic year; a 500-word, typed essay entitled, 'How my Education Will Advance My Plans for a Career in Law Enforcement'; and a small photo attached to the bottom of the application as indicated. July 31. Joan Breeding, joan@statetroopers.org.  
American Association of University Women (AAUW)
http://www.aauw.org
connect@aauw.org
1111 16th St. NW
Washington, DC 20036
P: 202-785-7700
F: 202-872-1425
American Association Of University Women Master'S And First Professional Awards To financially support women intending to pursue a full-time course of study at accredited institutions. Women's studies. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents; must be full-time women who are enrolled at an accredited U.S. institution. Selected Professions Fellowships are awarded for the following programs: Architecture (M.Arch, M.S.Arch), Computer/Information Sciences (M.S.), Engineering (M.E., M.S., Ph.D.), Engineering Dissertation Award also awarded Mathematics/Statistics (M.S.), and fellowships in the following degree programs are restricted to women of color, who have been underrepresented in these fields: Business Administration (M.B.A., E.M.B.A.), Law (J.D.), Medicine (M.D., D.O.). $5,000 up $18,000.   Applicants must check online for further information about the award. January 10.    
American Association of University Women (AAUW)
http://www.aauw.org
connect@aauw.org
1111 16th St. NW
Washington, DC 20036
P: 202-785-7700
F: 202-872-1425
American Association Of University Women Selected Professions Fellowships To support women intending to pursue a full-time course of study at an accredited institution during the fellowship year. Architecture; Business administration; Computer and information sciences; Engineering; Law; Medicine. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Selection of candidates based upon the following programs: Architecture (M.Arch, M.S.Arch), Computer/Information Sciences (M.S.), Engineering (M.E., M.S., Ph.D.), Engineering Dissertation Award also awarded Mathematics/Statistics (M.S.), and fellowships in the following degree programs are restricted to women of color, who have been underrepresented in these fields: Business Administration (M.B.A., E.M.B.A.), Law (J.D.), Medicine (M.D., D.O.). $5,000 to $18,000.   Applicants must check online for further information about the award. January 10. For more information, applicants may send mail to AAUW customer service center at Dept. 60, 301 ACT Dr., Iowa City, IA 52243-4030; Phone: 319-337-1716; E-mail: aauw@act.org.  
American Bar Association (ABA)
http://www.abanet.org/fje
askaba@abanet.org
321 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60654
P: 312-988-5000
The Allen E. Broussard Scholarships To promote diversity in the legal profession by providing financial assistance to law students. Law. Applicants must be law students attending California Bay Area law schools. Recipients are selected based on financial need/economic background. No specific amount.   Applicants need to complete single application available at ABA website. March 1.    
American Bar Foundation (ABF)
http://www.abf-sociolegal.org
melson@abfn.org
750 N Lake Shore Dr.
Chicago, IL 60611-4403
P: 312-988-6500
ABF Doctoral Fellowships To encourage original and significant research on law, the legal profession, and legal institutions. Law. Applicant must be a Doctoral or Post-Doctoral candidate in social sciences; have completed all doctoral requirements except the dissertation; or students who will complete their dissertation prior to the beginning of the award. Research must be in the general area of socio tegal studies or in social scientific approaches to law. Dissertations must address issues in the field and show major contribution to social scientific understanding of law and legal process. Selection is based on the submitted dissertation abstract or proposal. $27,000. Duration: 12 months.   Applicants must submit a dissertation abstract or proposal; two letters of reference; a curriculum vitae; a transcript of graduate records; and a short sample of written work (optional). December 15. Kathryn Harris, Admin. Associate for Academic Affairs and Research at 312-988-6515 or kharris@abfn.org.  
American Bar Foundation (ABF)
http://www.abf-sociolegal.org
melson@abfn.org
750 N Lake Shore Dr.
Chicago, IL 60611-4403
P: 312-988-6500
Law And Social Science Dissertation Fellowship And Mentoring Program To promote education in Law and Social Sciences. Law; Social sciences. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen and permanent resident; a third year or fourth year graduate student in the field of law and social science; a student in a PhD program in a social science department; or humanities student pursuing a dissertation with relation to social science. Selection is based on the application. $27,000 and $1,500 for research and travel expenses.   Applicants must submit a 1-2 page application; a 3 page description of research project; a resume or curriculum vitae; a writing sample; three letters of recommendation from faculty members; and undergraduate and graduate transcripts. A complete set of application materials must be sent. December 1. Laura Beth Nielsen, lnielsen@abfn.org.  
American Bar Foundation (ABF)
http://www.abf-sociolegal.org
melson@abfn.org
750 N Lake Shore Dr.
Chicago, IL 60611-4403
P: 312-988-6500
Summer Research Diversity Fellowships In Law And Social Science To promote education in social sciences. Law; Social sciences. Applicant must be an American citizen and permanent resident; an African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or Puerto Rican, or individuals who will add diversity to the field of law and social science; a sophomore or junior student who have not yet received a degree; have a GPA of 3.0; and pursuing an academic major in the social sciences or humanities. Selection is based on the application materials. $3,600. Duration: Annually.   Applicants must send the completed application form together with the essay, official transcripts, and a letter of recommendation from a faculty member. February 15. fellowships@abfn.org.  
American Constitution Society for Law and Policy (ACS)
http://www.acslaw.org
info@acslaw.org
1333 H St. NW, 11th FI.
Washington, DC 20005
P: 202-393-6181
F: 202-393-6189
ACS Law Fellowships To provide a recent law school graduate a year of legal experience and training. Law. Applicant must be a recent law school graduate from a U.S. law school; have a strong academic record; excellent research, writing and oral communication skills; strong interpersonal skills; and demonstrate initiative, organization and attention to detail. Selection is based on the application materials. No specific amount. Duration: One year.   Applicants must send a cover letter; resume; 5-10 page, selfedited writing sample; and three references to ACS via U.S. mail. Applicants may also email jobs@acs- law.org with 'Law Fetlow Candidate' in the subject line; or fax to 202-393-6189 (Attn: Marlee Waxeibaum). April 29.    
American Counsel Association (ACA)
http://www.amcounsel.org
jdorsett@smithlaw.com
Wachovia Capitol Center 150 Fayetteville St. PO Box 2611
Raleigh, NC 27602-2611
P: 919-821-1220
American Counsel Association Scholarships To provide scholarships to academically gifted and financially needy third-year law students. Law. Applicants must be enrolled in a law school located within the Seventh Federal Judicial District. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. No specific amount.   The law school deans are invited to submit nominations which are reviewed by the Committee.      
American Criminal Justice Association (ACJA)
http://www.acjalae.org
aqalae@aol.com
PO Box 601047
Sacramento, CA 95860-1047
P: 916-484-6553
F: 916-488-2227
American Criminal Justice Association Scholarships To provide financial support to members who are upper or lower division students or graduate students enrolled in a course of study in the criminal justice field. Criminal Justice. Applicants must be US citizens or eligible non-citizens; must be ACJA/LAE chapter members; must be currently enrolled in a recognized course of study directly or indirectly associated with the criminal justice field; must have achieved a minimum overall GPA of 3.0 on a scale of 4.0; must be currently enrolled with a minimum course of at least two-thirds of full-time loads. Recipients are selected based on: overall GPA of 3.0 or better on a scale of 4.0; GPA of basic courses completed in criminal justice or related field of study; and statement of career and educational goals. $400; $200; $100.   Applicants must fill out application form. Applicants must submit: five copies of school transcript; five copies of letters of recommendation from chapter officers and faculty advisors; career and educational goal statement. December 31. Dr. Archie Rainey at the above address.  
American Enterprise Institute (AEI)
http://www.aei.org
vrodman@aei.org
1150 Seventeenth St. NW
Washington, DC 20036
P: 202-862-5800
F: 202-862-7177
American Enterprise Institute National Research Initiative [Nri] Fellowships To promote sound policy research by enabling talented students to spend an academic year in residence at AEI, pursuing domestic public policy research independently or in conjunction with an AEI scholar. Economics; Political science; Social sciences; Law. Applicant must be a recent law school and business school graduate wishing to pursue public policy whose areas of study are economics, political and social science, law, or public policy. Selection is based on academic performance, writing ability and references. No specific amount. Duration: 9-24 months.   Applicants must submit a statement of purpose; two letters of reference; cur-riculum vitae; graduate school transcripts; and one writing sample. December 4. Emily Batman at nri@aei.org.  
American Federation of Police and Concerned Citizens (AFPCC)
http://www.afp-cc.org
policeinfo@aphf.org
6350 Horizon Dr.
Titusville, FL 32780
P: 321-264-0911
American Federation Of Police And Concerned Citizen Scholarships To assist family members and children of officers killed in the line of duty. Law Enforcement. Applicants must be high school graduates attending a traditional four-year college, university, technical or vocational educational institutions. Recipients are selected based on financial need. $1,500. Duration: years.   Applicants must submit an application form.      
American Floral Endowment (AFE)
http://endowment.org
afe@endowment.org
1601 Duke St.
Alexandria, VA 22314
P: 703-838-5211
F: 703-838-5212
Lawrence 'Bud" Ohlman Memorial Scholarships To further the advancement of education and science in the floriculture and environmental horticulture field by funding research and studies and financing scholarships and other educational activities for individuals interested in the field. Horticulture. Applicant must be in his or her third to final year in college, with a career goal to become a bedding plant grower for an established business. Recipients are selected based on academic performance. $500.   Applicants must send a completed online application form; must submit two letters of recommendation and transcript of records.      
American Head and Neck Society (AHNS)
http://www.ahns.info
admin@ahns.info
11300 W Olympic Blvd., Ste. 600
Los Angeles, CA 90064
P: 310-437-0559
F: 310-437-0585
Surgeon Scientist Career Development Awards To support a collaborative American Head and Neck Society and American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation research project by fostering the development of contemporary basic or clinical research skills focused on neoplastic disease of the head and neck among new full-time academic surgeons. Medical research. Candidates must be fulltime academic surgeons in faculty positions at the rank of assistant professor or instructor who: are citizens of the United States, noncitizen nationals or have been lawfully admitted for permanent residency at the time of application; must hold a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree from an accredited institution; must have demonstrated the capacity or potential for highly productive independent research career with an emphasis in head and neck surgical oncology; are members or candidate members of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and/or the American head and Neck Society; have completed residency or fellowship training no longer than four (4) years prior to submitting an application. Selection will be based on the criteria of the Research Committee. $35,000 per year. Duration: Two years. 1. Applicants are advised to consult their institution's offices of research administration or sponsored projects for information on processing in requirement for an application prior to its submission.      
American Historical Association (AHA)
http://www.historians.org
info@historians.org
400 A St. SE
Washington, DC 20003-3889
P: 202-544-2422
F: 202-544-8307
Fellowships In Aerospace History To provide funding support for a research project related to aerospace history; to encourage engagement in significant and sustained advanced research in ail aspects of the history ol aerospace from the earliest human interest in flight to the present including cultural and intellectual history, economic history, history of law and public policy, history of science, engineering and management. History. Applicants must possess a doctorate degree in history or in a closely related field; may either be enrolled as students having completed all coursework in a doctoral degree- granting program. Recipients are selected based on the significance of the research project. $20,000. Duration: Six to nine months.   Applicants must complete the application form and submit along with seven copies (each copy should contain one application form, proposal and CV, collated and paper clipped together); and letter of recommendations sealed in a separate envelope. March 1.    
American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC)
http://www.aigc.com
web@aigcs.org
4520 Montgomery Blvd., NE, Ste. 1B
Albuquerque, NM 87109
P: 505-881-4584
Accenture American Indian Scholarship Program To provide financial assistance to undergraduate and graduate American Indians in furthering their education. Technology; Engineering; Medicine; Law; Business. Applicants must be American Indians who are incoming freshmen with a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or greater on a scale at the end of the seventh semester of high school or graduates/professionals who have attained a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or greater on a 4.0 scale, as measured by undergraduate transcripts; must be enrolled members of a U.S. federatly-recognized American Indian tribe or Alaska Native group; must be seeking a degree and career in fields of study including technology, engineering, medicine, law and business. Applicants are evaluated on the basis of demonstrated character; personal merit evident through leadership in school, civic and extracurricular activities, academic achievement and motivation to serve and succeed; and commitment to the American Indian Community, locally and/or nationally. $5,000-$20,000.   Applicants must submit completed application form; copy of certificate of Indian Blood (CIB); unofficial undergraduate and/or graduate academic transcripts; biographical data and/or resume; essay describing their character, personal merit and commitment to community and heritage; two personal letters of recommendation (one must come from an education professional who is familiar with their academic work and the other one must come from an individual having knowledge of their leadership and community service activities); and financial aid award letter from the institution they will attend. June 1.    
American Institute of Physics (AIP)

aipinfo@aip.org
One Physics Ellipse
College Park, MD 20740-3843
P: 301-209-3100
F: 301-209-0843
American Institute Of Physics Congressional Science Fellowships To help scientists broaden their experience through direct involvement with the legislative and policy processes. Physics. Applicants must be members in one or more of the 10 AIP Member Societies at the time of application; must be U.S. citizens; must have a PhD in physics or closely-related field prior to start of Fellowship term; must have an interest or experience in applying scientific knowledge to the solution of societal problems; must have excellent scientific credentials, outstanding interpersonal and communications skills and sound judgment and maturity in decision-making. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. $70,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit the following application materials: letter of intent, providing information regarding their reason for applying, scientific training and professional background, science policy interest and experience, attributes and experiences that would make applicants more effective in this position; a resume limited to two pages, with up to one additional page allowed for a list of key publications; three letters of recommendation to be submitted directly by applicant's references. Letters should be from those having direct knowledge of the applicant's character, professional competence and particular attributes or experience that would enhance the candidate's suitability for this position. Applicants must visit the website for the on-line application and instructions on submitting the application materials. January 15.    
American Intellectual Property Law Education Foundation (AIPLEF)
http://www.aiplef.org
admin@aiplef.org
241 18th St. S, Ste. 700
Arlington, VA 22202
P: 703-415-0780
F: 703-415-0786
Sidney B. Williams, Jr. Scholarships To increase the number of underrepresented minority groups serving as intellectual property law practitioners in law firms and departments of corporations. Law. Applicants must be entering or attending law school; Recipients are selected based on: demonstrated commitment to developing a career in intellectual property law; academic performance during the undergraduate, graduate and law school levels; financial need; leadership Skills, community activities or special accomplishments. $10,000. Duration: 3 years.   Applicants must submit completed scholarship application form; FAFSA form (or similar form) and other supporting documentation required. Applicants must also submit undergraduate transcript and graduate law transcript(if applicable); two letters of recommendation from, but not limited to former teachers, college administrators, community leaders, or other similar persons concerning the academic ability, character, reputation or professional aptitude of the applicant; evidence of being a US citizen; personal or telephonic interview; and recent resume. March 15. Sophia Rogers Thurgood Marshall College Fund at 80 Maiden Lane, Ste. 2204, New York, NY 10038; srogers@tmcfund.org.  
American Judges Association
http://aja.ncsc.dni.us
aja@ncsc.dni.us
300 Newport Avenue
Williamsburg, VA 23185-4147
P: 757-259-1841
F: 757-259-1520
American Judges Association Law Student Essay Competition To honor students who have original and unpublished work. Law. Applicants must be full-time law students enrolled in and attending an accredited law school in the United States or Canada. Papers will be evaluated based on the following category: 1) writing quality and clarity; 2) interest of the topic and content to a broad segment of the judiciary; 3) analysis and reasoning; 4) timeliness, originality and creativity; 5) quality and use of the research; and 6) compliance with these rules. $3,000 (1st Prize); $1,500 (2nd Prize); $1,000 (3rd Prize). Duration: Annual. 3. Applicants must submit a paper (double-spaced, 10-25 pages in length) discussing the topic given by the Committee. The cover page must be submitted in a separate document which includes the title, author's name and contact information. June 1. Entries should be e-mailed to aja@ncsc.org.  
American Political Science Association (APSA)
http://www.apsanet.org
apsa@apsnet.org
1527 New Hampshire Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20036-1206
P: 202-483-2512
F: 202-483-2657
American Political Science Association Federal Executives Fellowships To give senior-level federal executives an opportunity to team more about Congress and the legislative process through direct participation. Political Science. Applicants must have a minimum grade of GS-13 or equivalent at time of application; must have at (east two years of federal service in the executive branch and a long-term career goal relevant to a congressional experience; and must demonstrate a commitment to public service, adaptability to new, diverse working environments, and an interest in the legislative process and public affairs. Recipients are selected based on the result of the nominations and interviews. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit seven copies of: a detailed resume providing contact information, current grade, work experiences, educational background, languages, and special skills and talents; a statement assessing the nominee's executive potential and need for training by the supervisor(s) or agency Executive Resources Board; and a statement by the nominee presenting a need for training, the relevance of training to career goals, and the utilization of training by agency. March 31. The American Political Science Association at the above address.  
American Political Science Association (APSA)
http://www.apsanet.org
apsa@apsnet.org
1527 New Hampshire Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20036-1206
P: 202-483-2512
F: 202-483-2657
American Political Science Association Journalists Fellowships To give early-to mid career journalists an opportunity to learn more about Congress and the legislative process through direct participation. Journalism. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent U.S. residents; must demonstrate interest in communications and policy making process; must either be print journalists, or broadcast journalists. Print journalists must have a bachelor's degree and two-ten years of continuous, full-time professional experience in newspaper or magazine at the time of application; Broadcast journalists must have a bachelor's degree and two- ten years of continuous, full-time professional experience in radio or television at the time of the application. They must have a background in reporting, producing, directing or writing. Recipients are selected based on the result of the interview. $38,000, plus a small travel allowance.   Applicants must submit a detailed resume; around 500-word personal statement explaining how the Congressional Fellowship relates to professional goals; contact information for three professional references who have written letters of recommendation; a sample of the best writing whether published or unpublished for the scholar; seven copies of the five clips of the best writing for print journalist; and seven VHS tapes, CD-ROMS, or DVD's with scripts of the five clips of the best reporting for broadcast journalists. December 1. American Political Science at the above address.  
American Political Science Association (APSA)
http://www.apsanet.org
apsa@apsnet.org
1527 New Hampshire Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20036-1206
P: 202-483-2512
F: 202-483-2657
American Political Science Association/ Mci Scholarships To give early-to-mid scholars and journalists an opportunity to learn more about Congress and the legislative process through direct participation. Journalism; Political Science. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent U.S. residents; must demonstrate an interest in communications and policy making process; must be either scholars, print journalists or broadcast journalists. Scholars must have a Ph.D. completed within the last 15 years or will have defended their dissertation by November of the fellowship year. Print journalists must have a bachelor's degree and two-ten years of continuous, full-time professional experience in newspaper or magazine at the time of application; Broadcast journalists must have a bachelor's degree and two-ten years of continuous, full-time professional experience in radio or television at the time of the application. They must have a background in reporting, producing, directing or writing. Recipients are selected based on the result of the interview. $38,000, plus a small travel allowance.   Applicants must submit a detailed resume; around 500-words personal statement explaining how the Congressional Fellowship relates to his/her professional goals; contact information for three professional references who have written letters of recommendation; a sample of the best writing whether it published or unpublished for the scholar; seven copies of the five clips of the best writing for print journalist; and seven VHS tapes, CD- ROMS. or DVDs with scripts of the five clips of the best reporting for broadcast journalists. December 1. American Political Science at the above address.  
American Political Science Association (APSA)
http://www.apsanet.org
apsa@apsnet.org
1527 New Hampshire Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20036-1206
P: 202-483-2512
F: 202-483-2657
American Political Science Association Political Scientists Fellowships To give early-to-mid career political scientists an opportunity to learn more about Congress and the legislative process through direct participation. Political Science. Applicants must be UiS. citizens or permanent U.S. residents; must demonstrate an interest in Congress and policy making process; must have a Ph.D. completed within the last 15 years or a dissertation near completion. Recipients are selected based on the result of the interview. $38,000, plus a small travel allowance.   Applicants must submit a detailed resume; around 500-words personal statement explaining how the Congressional Fellowship relates to your professional goals; contact information for three professional references who have written letters of recommendation; a sample of the best writing whether it published or unpublished manuscript. December 1. American Political Science at the above address.  
American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS)

apls@ec.rr.com
PO Box 11488
Southport, NC 28461-3936
P: 910-933-4018
F: 910-933-4018
American Psychology-Law Society Dissertation Awards To promote the interdisciplinary study of psychology and law. Psychology; Law. Applicants must be members of AP-LS and must defend their dissertation. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. No specific amount.   Applicants must attach and submit the following items in Word or PDF format to aplsdissertations@gmail.com: the dissertation which was submitted to the student's university; the dissertation with all author, advisor and school identifying information removed; and a letter of support from the dissertation advisor. December 31. Rachel Kalbeitzer, Chair of the Dis-sertation Awards Committee, rkalbeitzer@gmail.com.  
American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS)

apls@ec.rr.com
PO Box 11488
Southport, NC 28461-3936
P: 910-933-4018
F: 910-933-4018
American Psychology-Law Society Early Career Professional Grants-In-Aid To support AP-LS members who are ECPs in conducting research related to psychology and law. Psychology; Law. Applicants must be Early Career professionals, defined by APA as those within seven years of receiving their last degree. Preference will be given to those applicants who have not ever received an AP-LS ECP Grant-In-Aid. $5,000.   Applicants must submit a cover sheet including all contact information for the primary investigator and the title of the proposal. The cover letter should include the status of the human subject review for the project; an abstract of 150-word or less describing the proposed research; a proposed budget with justifications; a curriculum vitae; a list of at least five suggested outside reviewers for the project with expertise in the area of the proposal. External reviewer suggestions must exclude those with a potential conflict of interest; a five-page maximum project description including the following: statement of the problem. A clear statement of the research problem and the significance of the problem to psychology and law; relation of the problem to the state of the field. A concise overview of the relevant empirical literature, theoretical background and/or law related to the project; project method. A detailed description of the methodology and analytical strategy to be employed, including an outline for expected completion of the project; anticipated contribution. A statement of the significance of the project within the field of psychology and law. December 15. Lora Levett, Ilevett@ufl.edu.  
American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS)

apls@ec.rr.com
PO Box 11488
Southport, NC 28461-3936
P: 910-933-4018
F: 910-933-4018
American Psychology-Law Society Student Grants-In-Aid To support empirical graduate research that addresses psycholegal issues. Psychology; Law. Applicants must be graduate students who are student affiliate members of AP- LS. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. $750.   Applicants must submit a maximum of 1500-word proposal, excluding references, in a Word or PDF format that includes the following: a cover sheet indicating (he title of the project, name, address, phone number and email address of the investigator; an abstract of 100 words or less summarizing the project; purpose, theoretical rationale and significance of the project; procedure to be employed; specific amount requested, including a detailed budget; references. Applicants should include a discussion of the feasibility of the research. Applicants must submit a proof that IRB approval has been obtained for the project and the appropriate tax form W-9 for U.S. citizens and W-8BEN for international students. September 30 and January 31. Dr. Steven Ross, sjross2@uw.edu.  
American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS)

apls@ec.rr.com
PO Box 11488
Southport, NC 28461-3936
P: 910-933-4018
F: 910-933-4018
Saleem Shah Early Career Development Awards To recognize early career excellence and contributions to the field of psychology and law. Psychology; Law. Applicants must have received the doctoral degree or the law degree, whichever comes later, if both have been earned within the last six years. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. A total of $2,000. Duration: Annual.   Nominators must send a letter detailing the nominee's contributions to psychology and law, copy of the nominee's vita. Self-nominations will not be considered. December 1. Nominations should be sent to Patty Griffin at pgriffin@navpoint.com. Sponsored by the American Psychology-Law Society Division 41 and the American Academy of Forensic Psychology.
American Radio Relay League Foundation (ARRLF)
http://www.arrlf.org
foundation@arrl.org
225 Main St.
Newington, CT 06111
P: 860-594-0200
F: 860-594-0259
Dr. James L. Lawson Memorial Scholarships To support the education of students holding a valid FCC-granted Amateur Radio license for post-secondary education. Radio and television; Electronics; Communications. Applicant must hold an FCC amateur radio license; be a resident of one of the New England states (ME, NH, VT, CT, Rl) or New York State; and be studying in baccalaureate or higher courses in electronics, communications or related fields. Award is given based on the submitted materials. $500. 1. Applicant must submit a completed scholarship application form along with a recent high school (or equivalent) or college transcript. February 1.    
American Society of Comparative Law (ASCL)
http://www.comparativelaw.org
symeon@willamette.edu
245 Winter St. SE
Salem, OR 97301
P: 503-370-6403
F: 503-370-6375
American Society Of Comparative Law Transcoop Programs To provide funds for cooperative research between German, American and/or Canadian scholars in the fields of humanities, social sciences, law and economics. Humanities; Social Sciences; Law; Economics. Applicants must be permanent residents or scholars of United States, Germany and Canada. Recipients are selected based on originality of the proposed research work; scholarly qualifications of the applicants; and potential to strengthen transatlantic cooperation. No specific amount. Duration: Three years.   Applicants must submit completed application form; time and expenses schedule indicating when and for what purpose funds will be required; one confidential reference letter; publication list; proof of matching funds. April 30 and October 31. info@avh.de.  
American Society of Criminology (ASC)
http://www.asc41 .com
asc@asc41.com
1314 Kinnear Rd., Ste. 212
Columbus, OH 43212-1156
P: 614-292-9207
F: 614-292-6767
ASC Graduate Fellowships For Ethnic Minorities To promote education in the field of criminology and criminal justice by ethnic minority students. Criminology; Criminal justice. Applicant must be an African American, Asian American, Latino, or Native American student entering the field of criminology and criminal justice. Selection is based on the application materials submitted. $6,000. 3. Applicants must submit an up- to-date curriculum vitae; an indication of race or ethnicity; copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts; a statement of need and prospects for financial assistance for graduate study; a letter describing career plans, salient experiences and nature of interest in criminology and criminal justice and three letters of reference. Application package must be sent to Tracey Meares, Yale Law School, 127 Wail St., New Haven, CT 06520. March 1. Tracey Meares at 203-432-4074, or tracey. meares@yale.edu.  
American Society of International Law (ASIL)
http://www.asil.org
services@asil.org
2223 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20008
P: 202-939-6000
F: 202-797-7133
ASIL Arthur C. Helton Fellowship Program To contribute in paying for logistics, housing and living expenses, and other costs related to the fellows fieldwork and research in affiliation with the sponsoring organization. Law. Applicants must be students practicing law, human rights professionals, scholars and other individuals seeking assistance in conducting international fieldwork and law-related research. Recipients are selected based on the performance in conducting research. No specific amount.   Applicants must complete the online application form including description of intended project and career statement; a writing sample; current CV or resume; evidence of law student status and/or date of graduation from a law school; and two letters of recommendation or support. February 12. Veronica Onorevole, ASIL Senior Programs Associate at feilowship@asil.org.  
American Veterans (AMVETS)
http://www.amvets.org
amvets@amvets.org
4647 Forbes Blvd.
Lanham, MD 20706-4380
P: 301-459-9600
F: 301-459-7924
Dr. Aurelio M. Caccomo Family Foundation Memorial Scholarships To provide financial assistance for veterans/guardsmen/reservists who have exhausted government aid, or who might not otherwise have the financial means to further their education. General studies. Applicant must be a U.S. veteran or member of the National Guard or Reserves; a U.S. citizen; have demonstrated financial need; have a high school diploma or GED; agree to authorize AMVETS to publicize the scholarship award, if selected; enrolled or accepted for enrollment to an eligible program; must not be in default on a federal student loan; and not convicted under state or federal law of sale or possession of illegal drugs. Award is given based on the application materials. $3,000. 1. Applicants must submit a copy of the veteran's honorable discharge or a letter from the commanding officer certifying current Guard or Reserve status; an official college transcript for all courses attempted and any degrees or certificates awarded (must be in the 4.0 grade scale or if in a different system, translated to the 4.0 scale); a complete and signed copy of the applicant's 1040 tax form; a copy of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA); an essay (50-100 words); acceptance letter or a letter stating current student status from an accredited program; proof of expenses; and a resume detailing military duty and awards, volunteer activities, community services and jobs held during the past four years. April 15. 877- 726-8387.  
American Water Resources Association
http://awracolorado.havoclile.com
lstadjuhar@bbawater.com
Colorado Section PO Box 9382
Denver, CO 80209
P: 303-806-8952
Richard A. Herbert Memorial Scholarships To enhance the education in water resources. Water Resources. Applicant must be enrolled as a student in a degree program at any accredited Colorado public or private college or university; involved in research or independent study pertaining to hydrology, engineering, hydrogeology, aquatic biology, water law, water- resources policy or planning, environmental science or other topics concerning water resources in Colorado. A standing committee of the AWRA- Colorado Section will review applications and make recommendations to the Board of Directors. $500-$3,000. Duration: One academic year.   Applicants must submit a completed application which includes their resume, abstract of current research and letter of recommendation from a faculty advisor. Completed application should be sent electronically to lstadjuhar@bbawater.com. June 15. Laurel Stadjuhar.  
Anaheim Police Association (APA)
http://www.anaheimpoliceassociation.org
office @ anaheimpoliceassociation.org
508 N Anaheim Blvd.
Anaheim, CA 92805
P: 714-635-0272
F: 714-635-3240
Anaheim Police Survivors And Scholarship Fund To provide financial assistance for education to family and children of any Anaheim Police Officers who could lose his/her life while in the performance of their job through education. General studies. Applicants must be entering students or recently high school graduates; continuing students (already enrolled in College Program) or a returning students (entering college after a break in educational experience); children (natural or adopted) of Anaheim Police Officers or Anaheim Reserve Officers enrolled in at least twelve units; must have cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. Recipients are recommended by the American Police Officer's Honorary Association Scholarship Committee and approved by the Board of Trustees of Anaheim Police Survivors and Scholarship Fund. $500 to $1,000.   Applicants must submit completed application form and a short essay of 500 words or less on need for scholarship and goals. April 1.    
Appalachian School of Law (ASL)
http://www.asl.edu
aslinfo@asl.edu
PO Box 2825
Grundy, VA24614
P: 276-935-4349
F: 276-935-8261
Angela D. Dales Merit Scholarship Program To support students financially in the form of credit against tuition charged. Law. Applicants must be at least incoming first year law students. Recipients are selected based on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) and Undergraduate Grade Point Average (UGPA). Eligibility for retention of an award during the student's first three years in law school is based on their academic performance. Scholarship will be awarded on a first come, first sen/e basis. No specific amount.   Applicants must complete and submit an online application available at the website; online certification page; two letters of recommendation; and 500 words or less describing professional goals and qualifications.   financialaid @ asl.edu. Scholarship is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.
Arent Fox LLP
http://www.arentfox.com
charyk.william@arentfox.com
1050 Connecticut Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20036-5339
P: 202-857-6000
F: 202-857-6395
Arent Fox Diversity Scholarships To provide financial assistance for qualified individuals intending to pursue their law career. Law. Applicants must be U.S citizens or otherwise authorized to work in the United States; must have an excellent academic performance during college and law school; must have excellent oral and written communication skills; must have leadership qualities and community involvement; must be members of a diverse population that historically has been underrepresented in the legal profession; must agree to join the Arent Fox summer program after the first year of law school; and must be first-year law students. Selection of applicants will be based on their academic performance and financial need. $15,000. Duration: One academic year. 3. Applicants must submit a resume with cover letter; must provide an undergraduate transcript and law school grades when available; must have three professional or academic references; Arent Fox essay and legal writing sample. January 15.    
Armenian Bar Association
http://www.armenianbar.org
info@armenianbar.org
PO Box 29111
Los Angeles, CA 90029
P: 323-666-6288
Armenian Bar Association Graduate Scholarships In Law To support students of Armenian descent attending, or accepted for admission to, an approved law school in the United States, Armenia or elsewhere. Law. Applicants must, at the time of submitting the scholarship application: be enrolled in or admitted to, if in the United States, an American Bar Association-accredited or state- accredited law school, or if in Armenia or another country, a law school approved by the Armenia Bar Association; have a strong academic potential as demonstrated by academic performance. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed application package. Application package must include the following: completed application form; personal essay; two letters of recommendation (from professors, school administrators, Armenian community leaders or others in official capacities who have knowledge of the applicant's academic performance and potential and/or commitment to the Armenian community); official grade transcripts from undergraduate college and law school; and proof of entrance or acceptance into, or continuation in, an approved law school. March 31.    
Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU)
http://www.agbu.org
agbuwb@agbu.org
55 E 59th St.
New York, NY 10022-1112
P: 212-319-6383
F: 212-319-6507
AGBU Scholarships To support the higher education of students of Armenian descent. Communications; Educational administration; Public administration; International affairs and relations; Armenian studies; Law; Medicine. Applicant must be a full-time graduate student of Armenian descent; must be a U.S. resident or citizen; and must be enrolled in a competitive college or university in the United States. Awards are given based on merit. $5,000-$10,000.   Applicants must submit a completed application form with two letters of recommendation; undergraduate/ graduate transcript; copy of acceptance letter from the university; copy of Student Aid Report; copy of Financial Awards Letter or a copy of latest filed Federal Tax Return (Form 1040); resume; copies of published work; and a photograph. April 1.   Students must start repayment of their loans one year after graduating or leaving school.
Armenian Relief Society o Eastern United States
http://www.arseastusa.org
office@arseastusa.org
80 Bigelow Avenue, Suite 200
Watertown, MA 02472
P: 617-926-3801
F: 617-924-7238
Lazarian Graduate Scholarships To encourage educational pursuits among undergraduate students of Armenian descent. General Studies. Applicants must be of Armenian descent; must pursue their studies at the graduate level (Master's Degree or Doctorate) in the fields of law, history, political science, international relations, journalism, government, economics, business administration, medicine, and public service. Grants are made on the basis of financial need, merit and involvement in the Armenian community. No specific amount. Duration: One year.   Application package must include official transcript of college grades with raised seal, tuition costs, applicant's most recent Income Tax Return, three letters of recommendation and proof of acceptance into a graduate program. Forward to: Lazarian Scholarship Committee, Armenian Relief Society of Eastern USA, Inc., 80 Bigelow Ave., Ste. Watertown, MA 02472. Application forms and instructions are available on the website. April 1.    
Armenian Students' Association of America (ASA)
http://www.asainc.org/index.php
asa@asainc.org
333 Atlantic Avenue
Warwick, Rl 02888
P: 401-461-6114
Harry And Angel Zerigian Scholarships To provide financial assistance to those students who are in need. Accounting. Applicant must be a full-time student with financial need and of Armenian ancestry; must be day-division sophomores majoring in Accounting at Bentley College who have satisfactorily completed all course work through the fall of sophomore year. Preference is given to those students who attended Haverhill, Lawrence, Waltham or Watertown High Schools. No specific amount.   Applicants must check the available website for the required materials. March 15. headasa@aol.com.  
Asian American Lawyers Association of Massachusetts (AALAM)
http://www.aalam.org
aalam.info@gmail.com
16 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02108-3774
  Asian American Lawyers Associations Of Massachusetts Scholarships To promote and enhance the Asian American legal profession by furthering and encouraging professional interaction and the exchange of ideas among its members and with other individuals, groups, and organizations; to improve and facilitate the administration of law and justice through various means. Law. Applicants must be enrolled at a law school in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and must be in good standing. Recipients are selected based on demonstrated leadership potential, maturity and responsibility, and commitment in making a contribution to the Asian- American community and other indication of excellence whether personal, professional or academic. $2,500. 1. Applicants must complete the application form; must submit an official transcript of records; resume; one letter of recommendation written by a person who is not related to the candidate; and a signed certification contained at the end of the scholarship application form. April 15. 111 Huntington Ave., Boston MA02199.  
Asian/Pacific Bar Association of Sacramento (ABAS)
http://www.sacasianpacbar.com
abassacramento@yahoo.com
PO Box 2215
Sacramento, CA 95812-2215
P: 916-492-3170
Asian/Pacific Bar Association Of Sacramento Law Foundation Scholarships To recognize law students and recent law school graduates who possess extraordinary skills, desire and potential to serve and lead the greater Sacramento Asian-Pacific Islander community. Law. Applicants must be either currently enrolled and in good standing at a Sacramento area (including U.C. Davis) law school or currently residing in the Sacramento area; have graduated from law school in Spring/Summer 2011 or winter 2011-12. Recipients are selected based on potential for community service; leadership in the Asian Pacific Islander community; academic achievement; and financial need. $500-$4,000.   Applicants must submit evidence of scholarship eligibility (a copy of current law school registration or law school diploma will suffice); a personal statement; a current resume; current law school transcripts; financial information; and two references.   Application form and other supporting documents should be sent to: Darrel Woo, Scholarship Chair; E-mail: abaslawfdnapp@jplawof- fice.com.  
Asian Pacific Bar Association of Silicon Valley (APBASV) c/o Bijal V. Vakil White and Case LLP
http://www.apbasv.org
info@apbasv.org
3000 El Camino Real 5 Palo Alto Sq., 9th FI.
Palo Alto. CA 94306
P: 650-213-0303
APBASV Scholarships To support law students in the Bay Area. Law. Applicant must be a law student in the Bay Area who has overcome personal hardship or challenges, shown excellence and achievement in law school or demonstrated leadership and service to the Asian Pacific American community. Preference will be given to law students who will be interning at a non-profit organization that serves the Asian Pacific American community. $3,000. 4. Applicants must submit a resume (with GPA) and an essay (maximum of 2 pages, doublespaced). Selected finalists are required to undergo an interview in early April. March 20. apbasv@gmail.com.  
Asian Pacific Bar Association of Silicon Valley (APBASV) c/o Bijal V. Vakil White and Case LLP
http://www.apbasv.org
info@apbasv.org
3000 El Camino Real 5 Palo Alto Sq., 9th FI.
Palo Alto. CA 94306
P: 650-213-0303
Filipino Bar Association Of Northern California [Fbanc] Scholarships To support law students in their educational pursuit. Law. Applicant must be a current law student in good academic standing and admitted to a law school. Selection is based on the applicant's ability to address the essay questions as well as demonstrated interest in serving the Filipino community. $2,500. 2. Applicants must submit a current law school transcript or admittance letter from a law school; a resume; and the three page essay (double-spaced). Send application materials to: Katie M. Esdamado, Van De Poel, Levy & Allen 1600 S Main Plz., Ste. 325, Walnut Creek, CA 94596, Telephone: 925-934-6102, or E-mail: kmesclamado@gmail.com. March 24. Katie M. Esclamado at 925-934-6102 or kmesclamado@gmail.com.  
Association of Black Law Enforcers (ABLE)
http://www.ablenet.ca
info@ablenet.ca
467 Edgeley Blvd., Unit No. 6
Vaughan, ON, Canada L4K 4E9
P: 905-669-3905
F: 905-669-2875
Peter Butler Iii o Rose Fortune Scholarship Program To financially assist black and minority youths in achieving their educational goals. Law enforcement; Criminology; Criminal justice. Applicants must be black or minority students who are planning to, or currently attending an accredited college or university in the following programs: a) law enforcement/law and security; b) correctional worker program; c) criminology; d) law or criminal justice studies; or e) police foundation. Recipients will be selected based on academic achievements, community service and financial need. No specific amount. Duration: An-nual.   Applicants must provide proof of acceptance or present status at an accredited college or university; transcript of current academic standing; letter of support from a community agency or organization where volunteer work is done; and must submit a 500-word essay describing the contributions to the community, reasons of choosing the field, and why they desen/e the award. April.    
Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA)
http://www.acwa.com
acwabox@acwa.com
910 K St., Ste. 100
Sacramento, CA95814
P: 916-441-4545
F: 916-325-2316
Stephen K. Hall Acwa Water Law And Policy Scholarships To promote study focusing on water resources. Water resources. Applicant must be attending a public or private school located in the United States of America; have completed undergraduate work and at the time of the award be either a part-time or full-time student in graduate studies; and must be carrying at least 8 units per term. The award will be based not only on scholastic achievement, but also on the individual's commitment and motivation to their chosen vocation. Financial need will be considered. $7,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form along with the essay. April 1. Sarah Langford, sarahl@acwa.com.  
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE)
http://www.acfe.com
memberservices@acfe.com
The Gregor Bldg. 716 West Ave.
Austin, TX 78701-2727
P: 512-478-9000
F: 512-478-9297
Ritchie-Jennings Memorial Scholarships To support the education of collegiate accounting and criminal justice students around the globe. Accounting; Criminal justice. Applicant must be a full-time undergraduate student taking at least 12 semester hours, or a graduate student taking at least 9 semester hours per term at an accredited four-year college/university with a declared major or minor in accounting or criminal Justice. Selection is based on overall academic achievement demonstrated by official transcripts, letters of recommendation, and the essay. $1,000, and one-year ACFE Student Associate membership. Duration: One year. 30. Applicants must submit a completed Ritchie-Jennings Memorial Scholarship Application together with a copy of official transcript(s); three letters of recommendation; and an original 250-500 word essay. January 21. scholarships@acfe.com.  
Association for Women in Computing o Houston Chapter
http://awchouston.org
awchoustonscholarship@yahoo.com
PO Box 421316
Houston, TX 77242-1316
  Kathi Bowles Scholarships For Women In Technology To recognize women pursuing technology degrees and contributing to their high school, university or community in the areas of service and leadership. Technology; Computer and information sciences; Information science and technology. Applicant must reside within the Houston area; be female; a U.S. citizen, or a documented permanent resident of the U.S.; and never at any time has been subject to any disciplinary action by any institution or entity, including, but not limited to, any educational or law enforcement agency. High school students must graduate by June; have a high school GPA of 2.8 on a 4.0 scale; and planning to attend a four-year accredited college/university in the southeastern area of the state of Texas, or a career college to complete an associate degree in technology. Undergraduate students must attend an accredited college/university in the southeastern area of the state of Texas; must be pursuing a graduate degree in a computer-related field; and must currently be in junior status at a college/university. Graduate students must attend an accredited college/university in the southeastern area of the state of Texas pursuing a graduate degree in a computer-related field. Selection is based on the application materials submitted. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit, in order, a fully completed and signed application/educational data form; resume; recommendation form and letter; transcript (high school students must include SAT/ ACT scores); and a one-page written essay. Recommendation form must be sent separately by the rec- ommender with transcript or transcript can be sent under separate cover. June 1. awchoustonscholarship@yahoo.com.  
Athenaeum of Philadelphia
http://www.philaathenaeum.org
sltatman@philaathanaeum.org
219 S. 6th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106-3794
P: 215-925-2688
F: 215-925-3755
Charles E. Peterson Senior Fellowships To support individuals with their education. General studies. Applicants must hold their terminal degree and possess a distinguished record of accomplishment. Applications are reviewed by a Committee of Architects, Architectural Historians and Educators appointed by the Athenaeum Board of Directors. Preference will be given to those applicants who have research on Delaware Valley topics. Maximum of $5,000.   Applicants must submit two letters of reference and submitted directly to the Committee. Applications should be in (single-page) letter with a brief statement of the project, with attached budget, schedule for completion and professional resume. Must not be submitted by fax or electronic mail. January 1 and March 1.    
Atlantic County Bar Association
http://www.atcobar.org
atcobara@aol.com
1201 Bacharach Blvd.
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
P: 609-345-3444
F: 609-345-6279
Vincent S. Haneman-Joseph B. Perskie Memorial Foundation Scholarships To support law students with their educational pursuit. Law. Applicant must be admitted to an American Bar Association accredited law school; a resident of Atlantic County for one year prior to application; and be a law student in any year including the first year. Selection is based on academic ability, financial need, leadership potential and character. No specific amount. Duration: One year. Varies. Applicants must submit a completed application form. May 1. Mary Williams Berard at the above address.  
Banner & Witcoff, Ltd .
http://www.bannerwitcoff.com
info@bannerwitcoff.com
10 S Wacker Dr., Ste. 3000
Chicago, IL 60606-7407
P: 312-463-5000
F: 312-463-5001
Donald W. Banner Diversity Scholarships For Law Students To foster the development of intellectual property lawyers from diverse backgrounds. Law. Applicants must be law students who have entered into a JD program at an ABA- accredited law school in the United States. Scholarship recipients will be selected by the Donald W. Banner Diversity Scholarship review board based on the following (1) academic merit (undergraduate, graduate and law school); (2) commitment to the pursuit of a career in IP law; (3) member of a historically underrepresented group in IP law; (3) written communication skills; (4) oral communication skills determined through an interview; and (5) leadership qualities and community involvement. $5,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must complete the Donald W. Banner Diversity Scholarship application form, available online; must submit a resume, academic transcripts (law, undergraduate/graduate school), a writing sample (5-10 pages), three references including contact information, and a one-page statement describing how diversity has impacted the candidate. November 1. Chris Hummel at chummel@bannerwitcoff.com.  
Bar Association of San Francisco
http://www.sfbar.org
301 Battery St., 3rd FI.
San Frandsco, CA 94111
P: 415-982-1600
F: 415-477-2388
Bay Area Minority Law Student Scholarships To reaffirm a commitment to diversity in legal education and the legal profession. Law. Applicants must be students from minority groups who are underrepresented in Bay Area law schools; and must have received a letter of admission' from one of the eight Northern California law schools. Redpients are selected on the submitted application materials. $10,000 yearly. Duration: Three years.   Applicants must submit a completed application with official undergraduate or graduate transcript; 500- word personal statement; copies of current IRS tax forms; statement of economic need (optional); copies of letters of admissions' from any ABA accredited law school in Northern California. May 14. Jayne Salinger or email her at dhung@sf- bar.org.  
Berks County Community Foundation (BCCF)
http://www.bccf.org
info@bccf.org
237 Court Street
Reading, PA 19601
P: 610-685-2223
F: 610-685-2240
Howard Fox Memorial Law Scholarships To provide financial assistance for the education of Berks County residents planning to take up law courses. Law. Applicants must be Berks County residents entering their second year at an accredited law school who demonstrate finandal need, without discrimination to color, race, national origin or religion. Recipients are selected based on financial need. $3,000.   Applicant must submit the completed application form with two letters of reference from people who are not related to him or her; copy of law school transcript; and a written recommendation from a professor at the law school he or she is attending. April 1.    
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
http://www.gatesfoiindation.org
info@gatesfoundation.org
PO Box 23350
Seattle, WA 98102
P: 206-709-3100
William H. Gates Public Service Law Scholarships To recognize the critical role played by lawyers in establishing and preserving a dvil society and their calling in the spirit of public service. Law. Applicants must be incoming first year students in the University of Washington Law School. Redpients are selected based on a competitive review process and a commitment on the part of the recipients to work in public service for five years following graduation. No spedfic amount. Duration: One year renewable.   Applicants must submit a cover letter; an essay, not to exceed 750 words, discussing the factors that have shaped the applicants vision and influenced his/her public service commitment; two recommendations related to commitment to potential contributions to public service; Gates PSL Scholarship recommendation form; resume with details of public service experience; and signed application form. January 15. PO Box 353020 Seattle, WA 98195; gatespsl@u.washington. edu.  
Black Women in Entertainment Law (BWEL)
http://www.bwelfoundation.org
info@bwelfoundation.org
1841 Broadway, Ste. 713
New York, NY 10023
  Bwel Law Student Scholarships To support the education of female law students. Law. Applicant must be a woman of color enrolled in law school on a full-time or part-time basis; must have completed at least one full semester of law school; have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5; and be in good academic standing at the time of the application. Selection is based on the application materials submitted. $5,000. 2. Applicants must submit a completed application with essay together with a resume and an official copy of law school transcripts. Return the application packet to BWEL, along with all application materials to: Angela M. Rogers, Esq., James E. McMillan, P.C., 19 Fulton St., Ste. 400, New York, NY 10038. October 22. Angela M. Rogers, Esq., James E. McMillan, P.C., 19 Fulton St., Ste. 400, New York, NY 10038.  
Black Women Lawyers' Association of Greater Chicago (BWLA)
http://www.bwla.org
administrator@bwla.org
321 S Plymouth Ct., Ste. 600
Chicago, IL 60604
P: 312-554-2088
F: 312-962-4645
Dri Law Student Diversity Scholarships To provide financial assistance to deserving law students from ABA accredited law schools. Law. Applicants must be second-year African American, Hispanic, Asian, Pan Asian or Native American students; or second-year female law students, regardless of race or ethnicity. Applicants will be evaluated based on demonstrated academic excellence; and service to the profession, community and the cause of diversity. $10,000. 2. Applicants must submit three recommendations, one each from the following individuals: a) the dean of the student's law school, b) a current or past law professor, and c) an individual who is personally acquainted with the applicant, but who is not related by blood line or adoption; and a cover letter which identifies their academic, personal and/or professional accomplishments and how those accomplishments qualify him or her for DRI's Law Student Diversity Scholarship Award.      
Bohemian Lawyers Association of Chicago
http://www.bohemianlawyers.org
info@bohemianlawyers.org
19 Riverside Rd., Ste. 5
Riverside. IL 60546-2606
P: 708-447-5331
Bohemian Lawyers Association Of Chicago Scholarships To financially assist the qualified individuals who wish to pursue their law careers in Chicago. Law. Applicants must be of Bohemian descent, attending law school in the Chicago area. Recipient will be selected based on the application materials given. $1,500   Applicants must complete the application form available in the website; must attach an essay indicating the reasons why they feel they should be awarded the scholarship and any special factors which they believe the committee should consider; must have a current copy of their law school transcript and resume. March 31.    
Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa
http://www.bgcottawa.org
sbradford@bgcottawa.org
2825 Dumaurier Ave.
Ottawa, ON, Canada K2B 7W3
P: 613-232-0925
F: 613-829-7435
Ottawa Police 150th Anniversary Scholarships To promote, encourage and sponsor promising individuals who would otherwise experience extreme hardships in pursuing a post-secondary education. Criminal justice. Applicants must be students pursuing a career in policing or a related criminal justice field. Recipients are selected based on financial need, academic achievement and community involvement. No spedfic amount.   Applicants must submit: a completed application form; completed expenses and income form; up-to-date resume; two letters of recommendation; copy of most recent school transcript; proof of citizenship status; copy of letter of acceptance to an accredited postsecondary school; professional quality color photo; and a 300-1,000 word essay discussing their community involvement, finandal need, accomplishment and academics.      
Broadcast Education Association (BEA)
http://www.beaweb.org
hbirks@nab.org
1771 N St. NW
Washington, DC 20036-2891
P: 202-429-5355
F: 202-775-2981
Harold E. Fellows Scholarships To provide a broad range of services to academic and professional members to keep them abreast with the latest electronic media developments in radio, television, news technologies, management, sales, news reporting, production, research, communication, law, policy and international systems. Broadcasting. Applicants must be professors, industry professionals and students involved in teaching and research related to radio, television and electronic media; must be juniors, seniors and graduate students at BEA Member institutions. Redpients are selected based on academic performance and potential as professionals. $2,250. Number Awarded: Applicants must submit an official application form from the campus faculty; must submit transcript of records, broadcast and other experiences; written statement of goals and supportive statement from three references. October 12. beamemberservices@nab.org.  
Broadcast Education Association (BEA)
http://www.beaweb.org
hbirks@nab.org
1771 N St. NW
Washington, DC 20036-2891
P: 202-429-5355
F: 202-775-2981
Walter S. Patterson Scholarships To provide a broad range of services to academic and professional members to keep them abreast with the latest electronic media developments in radio, television, news technologies, management, sales, news reporting, production, research, communication, law, policy and international systems. Broadcasting. Applicants must be professors, industry professionals and students involved in teaching and research related to radio, television and electronic media; must be juniors, seniors and graduate students at BEA Member institutions. Redpients are selected based on academic performance and potential as professionals. $1,750. 2. Applicants must submit offidal application form from the campus faculty; must submit transcript of records, broadcast and other experiences; written statement of goals and supportive statement from three references. October 12. beamemberservices@nab.org.  
Broadcast Education Association (BEA)
http://www.beaweb.org
hbirks@nab.org
1771 N St. NW
Washington, DC 20036-2891
P: 202-429-5355
F: 202-775-2981
Helen J. Sioussat/Fay Wells Scholarships To provide a broad range of services to its academic and professional members to keep them abreast with the latest electronic media developments in radio, television, news technologies, management, sales, news reporting, production, research, communication, law, policy and international systems. Broadcasting. Applicants must be professors, industry professionals and students involved in teaching and research related to radio, television and electronic media; must be juniors, seniors and graduate students at BEA Member institutions. Recipients are selected based on academic performance and potential as professionals. $1,250. 2. Applicants must submit an official application form from the campus faculty; must submit transcript of records, broadcast and other experiences; written statement of goats and supportive statement from three references. October 12. beamemberservices@nab.org.  
Broadcast Education Association (BEA)
http://www.beaweb.org
hbirks@nab.org
1771 N St. NW
Washington, DC 20036-2891
P: 202-429-5355
F: 202-775-2981
Alexander M. Tanger Scholarships To provide a broad range of services to academic and professional members to keep them abreast with the latest electronic media developments in radio, television, news technologies, management, sales, news reporting, production, research, communication, law, policy and international systems. Broadcasting. Applicants must be professors, industry professionals and students involved in teaching and research related to radio, television and electronic media; must be juniors, seniors and graduate students at BEA Member institutions. Recipients are selected based on academic performance and potential as professionals. $5,000. Number Awarded: Applicants must submit official application form from the campus faculty; must submit transcript of records, broadcast and other experiences; written statement of goals and supportive statement from three references. October 12. beamemberservices@nab.org.  
Broadcast Education Association (BEA)
http://www.beaweb.org
hbirks@nab.org
1771 N St. NW
Washington, DC 20036-2891
P: 202-429-5355
F: 202-775-2981
Two Year/Community Broadcast Education Association Scholarship Awards To provide a broad range of sen/ices to academic and professional members to keep them abreast with the latest electronic media developments in radio, television, news technologies, management, sales, news reporting, production, research, communication, law, policy and international systems. Broadcasting. Applicants must be professors, industry professionals and students involved in teaching and research related to radio, television and electronic media; must be juniors, seniors and graduate students at BEA Member institutions. Recipients are selected based on academic performance and potential as professionals. $1,500. Number Awarded: Applicants must submit official application form from the campus faculty; must submit transcript of records, broadcast and other experiences; written statement of goals and supportive statement from three references. October 12. beamemberservices@nab.org.  
Broadcast Education Association (BEA)
http://www.beaweb.org
hbirks@nab.org
1771 N St. NW
Washington, DC 20036-2891
P: 202-429-5355
F: 202-775-2981
Abe Voron Scholarships To provide a broad range of services to academic and professional members to keep them abreast with the latest electronic media developments in radio, television, news technologies, management, sales, news reporting, production, research, communication, law, policy and international systems. Broadcasting. Applicants must be professors, industry professionals and students involved in teaching and research related to radio, television and electronic media; must be juniors, seniors and graduate students at BEA Member institutions; must be studying toward a career in radio. Recipients are selected based on academic performance and potential as professionals. $5,000. 1. Applicants must submit official application form from the campus faculty; must submit transcript of records, broadcast and other experiences; written statement of goals and supportive statement from three references. October 12. beamemberservices@nab.org.  
Broadcast Education Association (BEA)
http://www.beaweb.org
hbirks@nab.org
1771 N St. NW
Washington, DC 20036-2891
P: 202-429-5355
F: 202-775-2981
Vincent T. Wasilewski Scholarships To provide a broad range of services to academic and professional members to keep them abreast with the latest electronic media developments in radio, television, news technologies, management, sales, news reporting, production, research, communication, law, policy and international systems. Broadcasting. Applicants must be professors, industry professionals and students involved in teaching and research related to radio, television and electronic media; must be juniors, seniors and graduate students at BEA Member institutions. Recipients are selected based on academic performance and potential as professionals. $2,500. Number Awarded: Applicants must submit official application forms from the campus faculty; must submit transcript of records, broadcast and other experiences; written statement of goals and supportive statement from three references. October 12. beamembersennces@nab.org.  
Bronx County Bar Association
http://www.bronxbar.com
info@bronxbar.com
New York State Supreme Court Bldg. 851 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10451-2937
P: 718-293-2227
F: 718-681-0098
Hon. Peggy Bernheim Memorial Scholarships To provide financial assistance for the education of law school students who are domiciled in Bronx County. Law. Applicants must be first, second or third year law students who are graduating in May or June; must be enrolled at an A.B.A. accredited school; may also be first year students who have completed one semester of study. Applicants will be evaluated based on academics, financial need, writing sample, personal interview and law school transcript. $3,000. 2. Applicants must submit general application. February 27.    
Bronx County Bar Association
http://www.bronxbar.com
info@bronxbar.com
New York State Supreme Court Bldg. 851 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10451-2937
P: 718-293-2227
F: 718-681-0098
Alexander A. Delle Cese Memorial Scholarships To provide financial assistance for the education of law school students who are domiciled in Bronx County. Law. Applicants must be first, second, or third year law students who are graduating in May or June; must be enrolled at an A.B.A.-accredited school; may also be first year students who have completed one semester of study. Applicants will be evaluated based on academics, financial need, writing sample, personal interview, and law school transcript. $2,500.   Applicants must submit general application. February 29.    
Bronx County Bar Association
http://www.bronxbar.com
info@bronxbar.com
New York State Supreme Court Bldg. 851 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10451-2937
P: 718-293-2227
F: 718-681-0098
Craig Lensch Memorial Scholarships To provide financial assistance for the education of law school students who are domiciled in Bronx County. Law. Applicants must be first, second, or third year law students who are graduating in May or June; must be enrolled at an A.B.A. accredited school; may also be first year students who have completed one semester of study. Applicants will be evaluated based on academics, financial need, writing sample, personal interview, and law school transcript. $3,000. 2. Applicants must submit general application. February 27.    
California Bar Association
http://www.calbarfoundation.org
info@calbarfoundation.org
180 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
P: 415-856-0780
F: 415-856-0788
Public Interest Scholarships To help offset high cost of law school education. Law. Candidates must be enrolled in a California law school or must have completed at least one year of study at a California law school (the candidates' law school must certify good ethical standing of the candidate while attending law school and must also attest to the candidate's financial need); must maintain at least a or equivalent on a 4.0 scale (or provide an explanation of extenuating circumstances if GPA is lower than 2.5). Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. $7,500.   Applicants must accomplish complete application package which includes: application; certification and authorization form (which includes certification of non-relationship, authorization to use information, name and likeness and consent and authorization to obtain information); resume; personal statement describing the candidate's commitment to and plans for a legal career in public service (not to exceed 400 words); three letters of recommendation; law school transcript; certification of financial need; certification of ethical standing and statement of nomination; and optional statement of financial circumstances. Candidate's name must appear in the upper right-hand comer of each page of every document submitted. March 16. Jasmine Guillory; 415-856-0780; jquillory@calbar- foundation.org.  
California Bar Association
http://www.calbarfoundation.org
info@calbarfoundation.org
180 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
P: 415-856-0780
F: 415-856-0788
Rosenthal Bar Exam Scholarships To provide financial support for outstanding graduating California law students who are embarking on careers in public service law. Law. Candidates must be graduating or have graduated from a California law school; must be taking the California Bar Exam for the first time; and must maintain at least a 2.5 GPA or equivalent on a 4.0 scale (or provide an explanation of extenuating circumstances if GPA is lower than 2.5). Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. $2,000.   Candidates must be nominated by their law school. February 9. For further information, applicants must contact Jasmine Guillory; E-mail: jguil- lory@calbarfoundation.org.  
California Society of Radiologic Technologists (CSRT)
http://www.csrt.org
csrtwc@thelcgh.com
2196 Tanager Ct.
Pleasanton, CA 94566
P: 310-782-0927
F: 925-397-3141
Superior District Legislative Mentoring Student Grants To provide an opportunity to radiologic science students enrolled in approved California schools, through financial assistance, in order for them to participate in the legislative process. Radiology. Applicants must be CSRT members enrolled full-time in a California Department of Health Services-approved and CSRT-recognized education program of Radiologic Sciences for at least 6 months at the time of receipt of the award; and, must possess exceptional interest in leadership and the legislative process. Applicants are evaluated based on personal merit and attributes. $1,500. 4. Applicants must submit the completed application form obtained from the CSRT office and the all other required application information materials. December 15.    
California Society of Radiologic Technologists (CSRT)
http://www.csrt.org
csrtwc@thelcgh.com
2196 Tanager Ct.
Pleasanton, CA 94566
P: 310-782-0927
F: 925-397-3141
Superior District Legislative Mentoring Student Grants Rt To Dc To provide an opportunity to radiologic science students enrolled in approved California schools, through financial assistance, in order for them to participate in the legislative process. Radiology. Applicants must be CSRT members enrolled full-time in a California Department of Health Services approved and CSRT-recognized education program of Radiologic Sciences for at least 6 months at the time of receipt of the award; must possess exceptional interest in leadership and the legislative process. Recipients are selected based on academic merit and financial need. $1,500. 2. Applicants must submit the completed application form obtained from the CSRT office and the other required materials for the award. December 15.    
Canadian Association of Black Lawyers (CABL)
http://www.cabl.ca
info@cabl.ca
20 Toronto Street, Suite 300
Toronto, ON, Canada M5C 2B8
  Lucie And Thornton Blackburn Scholarships To financially assist minority students pursuing education at a Canadian law school. Law. Applicants must be minority students entering their second year of study in an LLB or JD program at a Canadian law school. Applicants will be selected based on financial need. $5,000. Duration: Annual.   Applicants must submit a completed application form, resume and a two-page essay (approximately 750-1000 words) discussing legal issues. September.    
Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police
http://www.cacp.ca
cacp@cacp.ca
582 Somerset St. W
Ottawa, ON, Canada K1R 5K2
P: 613-233-1106
F: 613-233-6960
Jack Ackroyd Scholarships To encourage members of police forces across Canada to further their education with a view of promoting professionalism and excellence throughout the policing community. Law enforcement. Applicants must be all uniform and civilian members of police forces, who have completed a degree or certificate program in police studies, criminology, law, or other programs related to law enforcement in an accredited Canadian university or community college. Applicants who have demonstrated academic excellence in police related studies will be given preference. $100. 5. Applicants must submit documents pertaining to their personal information, police service of employment, date of graduation, official transcripts of courses and grades, and any other information which may be considered relevant including any letter of support from the police service of which they are members. October 15.    
Canadian Association of Law Libraries (CALL)
http://www.callacbd.ca
office@callacbd.ca
PO Box 1570
Kingston, ON, Canada K7L 5C8
P: 613-531-9338
F: 613-531-0626
CALL/ACBD Education Reserve Fund Grants To provide funding support for members of CALL/ACBD intending to further their education in pursuits that do not fit the guidelines of the association's already established scholarships. Law. Members of the Canadian Association of Law Libraries/Association canadienne des bibtiotheques de droit who have been in good standing for a minimum of 12 months are invited to apply. Applicants' pursuits must be relevant to their career in law libraries or law librarianship. Selection will be based on merit. No specific amount.   Application form is available online. Applicants must submit completed application form along with a resume and a letter of support from your employer.   Janet Moss CALL/ACBD Scholarships and Awards Committee, Head Law Librarian, Gerard V. La Forest Law Library, University of New Brunswick, Bag Service 44999 41 Dineen Dr. Fredericton, NB E3B 6C9; jmoss@unb. ca.  
Canadian Association of Law Libraries (CALL)
http://www.callacbd.ca
office@callacbd.ca
PO Box 1570
Kingston, ON, Canada K7L 5C8
P: 613-531-9338
F: 613-531-0626
Canadian Association Of Law Libraries Call Research Grants To provide financial assistance for members working in law libraries intending to do research in various areas of interest. Law. Program is open to members of CALL/ACBD; must be intending to do research projects that promote an understanding of legal information sources or law librarianship. Selection will be based on the recommendation of the committee to promote proposed research. Up to $2,000.   Applicants may apply individually or in partnership with another member of CALL/ ACBD; Applicants must submit completed application available in the website outlining the proposed project, the amount of money requested and a brief budget setting out how funds will be spent. Applicants should be prepared to demonstrate that they have completed a preliminary investigation as to the feasibility of their proposed project. October. Marianne Rogers; 416-736- 2100x33934; rogers@yorku.ca.  
Canadian Association of Law Libraries (CALL)
http://www.callacbd.ca
office@callacbd.ca
PO Box 1570
Kingston, ON, Canada K7L 5C8
P: 613-531-9338
F: 613-531-0626
Diana M. Priestly Memorial Scholarships To encourage and support professional development in the area of law librarianship. Law. Program is open to Canadian citizens or landed immigrants; must have previous law library experience and will be enrolled in an accredited Canadian Library School during the next academic term or year; must have a degree from or are currently enrolled in an accredited Canadian Library School and will be enrolled in an approved Canadian Law School during the next academic term or year; or who have a degree from or are currently enrolled in an approved Canadian law School and will be enrolled in an accredited Canadian Library school during the next academic term/year; or who will be concurrently enrolled in an approved Canadian Law School and an accredited Canadian Library School during the next academic term/year. Recipients are chosen based on applicant's work experience, letter of application and letters of reference. Preference will be given to members of the Canadian Association of Law Libraries/Association canadienne des bibliotheques de droit. $2,500. 1. Applicants must submit the completed application form available on the website along with resume; written statement from applicant; transcripts; and references. February 15. Janet Moss, Chair; CALL/ ACBD Scholarships and Awards Committee, Head Law Librarian, Gerard V. La Forest Law Library, University of New Brunswick, Bag Service 44999 41 Dineen Dr. Fredericton, NB E3B 6C9; jmoss@unb. ca.  
Canadian Association of Law Teachers (CALT)
http://www.acpd-calt.org
kevin@cba.org
865 Carling Ave., Ste. 500
Ottawa, ON, Canada K1S 5S8
P: 613-237-2925
Canadian Association Of Law Teachers Award For Academic Excellence To honor the exceptional contributions of a Canadian law teacher to research and law teaching. Law. Applicants must be Canadian law teachers in mid-career; and must be nominated by one or more colleagues. Candidates will be evaluated based on the following (1) quality of teaching; (2) creation of new courses; and (3) research in relation to law reform or other legal matters. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a complete curriculum vitae; three letters of reference; and representative student's evaluation. Five copies of nomination documents must be submitted. March 1. Application materials should be submitted to Anne Saris, C.P. Succursale Centre-ville, Montreal, QC H3C 3P8.  
Canadian Association for the Practical Study of Law in Education (CAPSLE)
http://www.capsle.ca
info@capsle.ca
37 Moultrey Crescent
Georgetown, ON, Canada L7G 4N4
P: 905-702-1710
F: 905-873-0662
Canadian Association For The Practical Study Of Law In Education Fellowships To provide an open forum for th8 practical study of legal issues affecting education. Law. Applicants must be Canadian citizens or landed immigrants enrolled in a Faculty of Law, Graduate School of Education or related discipline at a Canadian university. Recipients will be selected based on submitted proposal. $5,000. Duration: Annual.   Applicants must submit a one-page proposal for a paper, project, or research that pertains to current practical issues in education law, exhibits academic rigor, is concerned with new or ongoing research or study and not with work that has been done; must be completed by April each year following the award and includes plans for a final paper which will be presented at a CAPSLE Annual Conference; must attach a two-page curriculum vitae and three letters of reference attesting to the applicant's ability. April.    
Canadian Association for Theatre Research (CATR)
http://www.catr-acrt.ca
levin@yorku.ca
2507-140 Erskine Ave.
Toronto, ON, Canada M4P 1Z2
P: 416-303-0441
F: 647-344-6198
Robert G. Lawrence Prize To recognize research of scholars who have presented an outstanding paper during the CATR annual conference. General studies. Award is open to graduate students and scholars who recently completed their PhD (less than five years) and who make a presentation at the annual conference. Recipients will be selected based on depth and details of the paper and quality of the presentation. $200.   Applicants must forward a copy of their presentation to the president through e-mail attachment.   Applicants may e-mail the President, Shelley Scott, at s.scott@uleth.ca.  
Canadian Bar Association (CBA)
http://www.cba.org
info@cba.org
500-865 Carling Ave.
Ottawa, ON, Canada K1S 5S8
P: 613-237-2925
F: 613-237-0185
The Viscount Bennett Fellowships To improve the law and it's administration; to promote equal access to justice; to promote the equality in the legal profession and the justice system; to enhance the knowledge, ethical standards and well-being of members of the legal profession; to safeguard the interest of legal profession; and to encourage the high standards of legal education, training and ethics. Law. Applicants must be Canadian citizens who have graduated from an approved law school in Canada. Recipients are selected based on the result of the conducted interview. $40,000.   Applicants must submit a photocopy of birth certificate; one certified copy of law transcripts; academic distinctions; curriculum vitae; one-page synopsis of the extra-curricular interests as well as activities during the post-secondary studies; one- page statement outlining the course of study to be pursued; and three letters of reference. November 15. Stephen Hanaon, Email: stephenh@cba.org.  
Canadian Co-Operative Association (CCA)
http://www.coopscanada.coop
275 Bank St., Ste. 400
Ottawa, ON, Canada K2P 2L6
P: 613-238-6711
F: 613-567-0658
Casc Alexander Fraser Canadian Association For Studies In Cooperation Scholarships [Casc] Alexander Fraser Laidlaw Fellowships To support studies about co-operative busi-nesses and organizations. Business. Applicant must be a graduate student either undertaking studies at a Canadian university or a university-equivalent college (regardless of citizenship) or be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant studying at such institutions outside Canada. Selection is based on the applicant's academic record as well as on the importance of the proposed research activities to the development of the co-op movement in Canada or abroad. $1,000.   Applicant must submit a completed application form along with background information; previous degree(s) or official transcripts; academic awards/distinctions/scholarships; two letters of reference (one must be academic); statement of interest in co-operatives; experience with cooperatives (either as volunteer or employee); and 3-5 pages description of project. March 31. Donna Balkan at donna.balkan@coop- scanada.coop.  
Canadian Corporate Counsel Association (CCCA)
http://www.cancorpcounsel.org
ccca@ccca-cba.org
410-20 Toronto St.
Toronto, ON, Canada M5C 2B8
P: 416-869-0522
F: 416-869-0946
Robert V.A. Jones Canadians Corporate Counsel Awards To recognize individuals who made contributions to the development or promotion of the Canadian Corporate counsel bar including significant research or writing on related issues. Paralegal studies. Applicants must be current or past members of the in-house legal profession in Canada or individuals who made contributions to the Canadian Corporate Counsel. Recipients will be selected based on submitted materials. Amount not specified. Duration: Annual.   Applicants must submit a curriculum vitae and supporting letters. To nominate an individual, name, contact information and summary of the reasons for the nominations should be provided. Nominations require the signatures of five CCCA regular members in good standing. February. For further information, applicants may email johnh@cba.org.  
Canadian Council on International Law (CCIL)
http://www.ccil-ccdi.ca
info@ccil-ccdi.ca
275 Bay St.
Ottawa, ON, Canada K1R 5Z5
P: 613-235-0442
F: 613-232-8228
John Peter Humphrey Student Fellowships To inspire educational achievement by providing support for outstanding students pursuing graduate studies at leading graduate institutions in Canada or worldwide. Political science; Law. Applicants must be students of Canadian law and political science (or their equivalent) faculties. Selection committee appointed by the President of the CCIL will review the applications and base its determination on the applicant's academic accomplishments, proposed program of study, letter of reference, and other information contained in the application. CDN $25,000 for tuition plus a stipend of CDN $10,000 for living expenses.   Applicants must submit the official transcript from each post- secondary academic institution, three letters of reference which speak both of the candidate's academic strengths and weaknesses and his/her likelihood of success in a programme of graduate studies. November 15.    
Canadian Identification Society (CIS)
http://www.cis-sci.ca
admin@cis-sci.ca
c/o Henry Kinsella, Exec. Dir., 19 Candow Crescent
Stittsville, ON, Canada K2S 1K7

F: 613-836-9447
Canadian Identification Society Essay Scholarship Awards To help CIS members conduct their research. Law enforcement. Applicants must be CIS members or immediate family members employed in law enforcement. Essays will be evaluated based on originality of the technique, merit as a method of collecting/processing forensic evidence and the quality of writing. Maximum amount of $300.   Applicants must submit an essay (minimum of 3000 words in either French or English) on forensic identification evidence that describes a successful method of locating, processing or presenting such evidence.      
Canadian Identification Society (CIS)
http://www.cis-sci.ca
admin@cis-sci.ca
c/o Henry Kinsella, Exec. Dir., 19 Candow Crescent
Stittsville, ON, Canada K2S 1K7

F: 613-836-9447
William Donald Dixon Research Grants To provide opportunities to individuals engaged in forensic research. Law enforcement. Applicants must be members of CIS who have submitted a relevant research paper in the field of forensic science; must have a bachelor's degree in any discipline; should not be employed in law enforcement. Graduates of three-year programs, undergraduates and part-time applicants are required to be employed in law enforcement. Recipients will be selected based on submitted research proposals. $500. Number Awarded: Applicants must submit a research proposal, or outline on a topic related to forensic identification. The summary and/or research must be submitted for publishing in the Identification Canada Journal. Letters of recommendation should be obtained from a senior official of their police department, law enforcement officials), or academic head and employer.      
Canadian Identification Society (CIS)
http://www.cis-sci.ca
admin@cis-sci.ca
c/o Henry Kinsella, Exec. Dir., 19 Candow Crescent
Stittsville, ON, Canada K2S 1K7

F: 613-836-9447
Edward Foster Awards To encourage members to conduct research that will benefit the forensic identification profession. Law enforcement. Applicants must be nominated by the two CIS members. Awards will be given to applicants who best meet the qualifications. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit an outline of their contributions to the field of forensic identification.      
Canadian Insolvency Foundation (CIF) Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals
http://www.cairp.ca
info@cairp.ca
277 Wellington St. W.
Toronto, ON, Canada M5V 3H2
P: 416-204-3242
F: 416-204-3410
Lloyd Houlden Research Fellowships To support research that addresses current issues in Canadian insolvency policy and practice. Law. Applicants must be the authors of the paper that addresses those involved in insolvency practice, insolvency law, or in the development and analysis of insolvency policy. Paper should be 7000-10000 words in length. Recipients will be selected based on submitted paper. $20,000. Duration: Annual.   Applicants must submit a proposed research, curriculum vitae, publications over the last two years and research in progress. November 30.    
Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice (CIAJ)
http://www.ciaj-icaj.ca
ciaj@ciaj-icaj.ca
3101 Chemin de la Tour, Rm. A-3421 PO Box 6128, Station Centre Ville
Montreal, QC, Canada H3C 3J7
P: 514-343-6157
F: 514-343-6296
Charles D. Gonthier Research Fellowships To support research related to justice. Law enforcement. Fellowship is open to faculty and graduate students at Canadian universities. Recipients will be selected based on submitted application and research project. $6,000.   Applicants must submit a completed application form outlining the research project and budget. October 31. Completed application form and research project must be submitted to Christine Robertson at the above address.  
Canadian Institute for Advanced Legal Studies
http://www.canadian-institute.com
info@canadian-institute.com
PO Box 43538
Toronto, ON, Canada M4G 4G8
P: 416-429-3292
F: 416-429-9805
Right Honourable Paul Martin Sr. Scholarships To provide financial assistance for students of graduate studies in law at the University of Cambridge, England. Law. Applicant must be a graduate of law from a Canadian university; an attendee at a Bar Admission Course in Canada; or an articling student in Canada; and must be accepted into the University of Cambridge and a College of the University of Cambridge for graduate studies in law. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. Full scholarship. 2. Applications must include: curriculum vitae; a personal statement indicating why the applicant wishes to undertake graduate studies in law at the University of Cambridge and why the applicant is suited to undertake such studies; a copy of transcripts for undergraduate and graduate studies, for studies in law and for a Bar Admissions Course, as applicable; and a maximum of three letters of reference. Applications must be submitted by mail, fax or electronic mail no later than the deadline. December 31. Mr. Randall J. Hofley, VP at the above address.  
Canadian IT Law Association
http://www.it-can.ca
PO Box 918
Thornhill, ON, Canada L4J 8G7
  Canadian It Law Association Student Writing Contest To encourage full-time students to have an interest in information technology law. Law. Applicants must be full-time students pursuing an LL.B/J.D (including a joint LL.B./J.D.), BCL, LL.L, LL.M or PhD at a Canadian law school, articling or clerking in Canada. Submissions will be reviewed based on quality, originality and creativity of argument, quality of writing, sophistication and depth of the research. $1,000.   Entries should be between approximately 25 to 50 typed pages, should contain endnotes and not footnotes, should be written in Word format, 12-point font and double-spaced. Submissions may be in English or French. Subject line for the entries should be "IT.Can Student Writing Competition." June 30. Entries will be accepted by e-mail only to lisa.ptack@rogers. com.  
Canadian Lawyers Abroad (CLA)
http://www.cla-ace.ca
info@c!a-ace.ca
220 Fifth Ave.
Ottawa, ON, Canada K1S 2B6
P: 613-797-1173
F: 613-233-0093
CLA Student Summer Internship Program To help law students defray expenses on their summer working at Non-Governmental Organizations abroad and within Canada. Law. Applicants must be law students within CLA-ACE Student Chapter (Dalhousie, Queens, UBC, Calgary, Universite de Montreal, University of New Brunswick, Ottawa, Victoria, Windsor, Osgoode, University of Alberta and Toronto). Recipients will be selected based on the fol-lowing criteria; 1) previous volunteer or work experience(s) in Canada or abroad; 2) demonstrated interest in human rights, good governance and the rule of law; 3) relevant educational and work background; 4) strong communication skills; 5) self- sufficiency and self-motivation; 6) problem-solving skills and ability to work with limited resources; 7) and must be respectful, highly adaptable and open to change. Previous overseas experience preferred, but not essential. No stated amount. Duration: Annual.   Applicants must submit a filled-out application form.      
Canadian Transportation Research Forum (CTRF)
http://www.ctrf.ca
cawoudsma@ctrf.ca
PO Box 23033
Woodstock, ON. Canada N4T 1R9
P: 519-421-9701
F: 519-421-9319
CTRF Scholarships For Graduate Study In Transportation To financially support students in their educational pursuit. Business administration; Civil engineering; Economics; Geography; Law. Applicant must be a Canadian citizen or a land immigrant. Selection is based on academic ability, relevant work experience, stated career objectives and supporting letters of reference. Preference will be given to applicants who are enrolled in policy and business oriented studies at any Canadian institutions. $4,000. Duration:One academic year. 7. Applicants must submit a covering letter (including name, address, telephone/fax numbers and e-mail address); official transcript(s) (scanned as a .pdf file); description of work experience or resume (optional); a 300-word summary outlining graduate research project or field of study; and two letters of reference. Submit all documentation (including transcripts) on a CD via mail. Reference letters must be submitted to cawoudsma@ctrf.ca. February 28. Carole Ann Woudsma at the above address. Referees may send their letters by email to cawoudsma@ctrf.ca.  
Center for International Environmental Law (C1EL)
http://www.ciel.org
info@del.org
1350 Connecticut Ave. NW, Ste. 1100
Washington, DC 20036
P: 202-785-8700
F: 202-785-8701
Louis B. Sohn Fellowships In Human Rights And Environment To offer fellowship positions to recent law school graduates and members of the bar who wish to develop or increase their knowledge of the practice of public interest, international environmental law. Law. Applicant must be a recent law school graduate or a member of the bar. Selection is based on the submitted application materials. No specific amount. Duration: 3-6 months.   Applicants must submit a letter, resume, writing sample, and an additional essay that describes applicant's interest and background in human rights and the environment and how these legal instruments can or should be used to protect human rights and the environment (maximum of 500 words). The applicant must indicate in the cover letter that he/she would like to be considered for the fellowship.   Sofia Plagakis at splagakis@ciel.org.  
Centre for International Sustainable Development Law (CISDL)
http://www.cisdl.org
E-maii: secretariat@cisdl.org
Chancellor Day Hall 3644 Peel St.
Montreal, QC, Canada H3A 1W9
P: 514-398-8918
F: 514-398-4659
CISDL Associate Fellows To promote sustainable societies and the protection of ecosystems by advancing understanding, development and implementation of international sustainable development law. Law. Applicant may be a law or legal graduate student from a developing country or from one of the leading international law programmes of university law faculties around the world. Selection is based on CISDL research priorities, the candidate's academic and professional qualifications and indication from a Lead Counsel that they will work with the candidate on a particular project. Preference is given to research fellows presently based in Montreal or in the country of a CISDL Lead Counsel. No specific amount. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a completed application form along with a cover letter and current CV. September 1 or October 1. Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger at mcsegger@cisdl. org or Ashfaq Khalfan at akhalfan@cisdl.org.  
Centre for International Sustainable Development Law (CISDL)
http://www.cisdl.org
E-maii: secretariat@cisdl.org
Chancellor Day Hall 3644 Peel St.
Montreal, QC, Canada H3A 1W9
P: 514-398-8918
F: 514-398-4659
CISDL Legal Research Fellows To promote sustainable societies and the protection of ecosystems by advancing understanding, development and implementation of international sustainable development law. Law. Applicant must hold a law degree or graduate degree in law; must have more than 5 years of legal experience in his/her field; must hold an excellent academic and professional credentials; and can demonstrate a specific interest in international law related to sustainable development, particularly in the areas of current research and undertaking within the CISDL. Selection is based on academic and professional qualifications. Preference is given to applications from research fellows presently based in Montreal or in the country of a CISDL Lead Counsel. No specific amount. Duration: Two years.   Applicants must submit a completed application form together with a curriculum vitae and a cover letter. October 1; February 1. Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger at mcseg- ger@cisdl.org or Ashfaq Khalfan at akhalfan@cisdl. org.  
Centre for International Sustainable Development Law (CISDL)
http://www.cisdl.org
E-maii: secretariat@cisdl.org
Chancellor Day Hall 3644 Peel St.
Montreal, QC, Canada H3A 1W9
P: 514-398-8918
F: 514-398-4659
CISDL Senior Research Fellows To promote sustainable societies and the protection of ecosystems by advancing understanding, development and implementation of international sustainable development law. Law. Applicant may be a professor of international law or hold an equivalent professional experience in the field of international expertise; must have an internationally recognized level of expertise and must be backed by superb academic and professional credentials; must have years of experience in international law related to sustainable development. Preference is given to CISDL fellows from developing countries, and those who are based in universities or international law institutions affiliated with CISDL. No specific amount. Duration: Four years.   Applicants must submit a completed application form together with a current resume. October 1 and February 1. Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger at mcseg- ger@cisdl.org or Ashfaq Khalfan at akhalfan@dsdl. org.  
Chattanooga Bar Association (CBA)
http://www.chattbar.org
lhood@chattbar.org
The Pioneer Bldg. 801 Broad St., Ste. 420
Chattanooga, TN 37402
P: 423-756-3222
F: 423-265-6602
Liberty Bell Award Law Scholarships To support law students with their educational pursuit. Law. Applicant must be recent (within three years) University of Tennessee at Chattanooga graduate who is enrolled for the year beginning in the Fall, of his/her graduation date from UTC, in the College of Law at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, Vanderbilt University Law School, or the Nashville School of Law. Selection is based on the application and materials. $2,500.   Applicants must submit a completed application form along with a certified college transcript that contains the student's undergraduate class rank and test scores; a personal statement that provides a brief biographical sketch, and a description of the applicant's goals for the future; a personal or financial statement/circumstances comparable to the applicant's submission to the law school; and a letter of recommendation from applicant's undergraduate teacher or advisor. June 30. Lynda M. Hood at the above address.  
Chicago Bar Foundation (CBF)
http://www.chicagobarfoundation.org
proos@chicagobar.org
321 S Plymouth Ct., Ste. 3B
Chicago, IL 60604
P: 312-554-1204
F: 312-554-1203
Abraham Lincoln Marovitz Public Interest Law Scholarships To support a needy law student pursuing a public interest legal career. Law. Applicants must be first-year students attending one of the nine Illinois law schools (Chicago-Kent College of Law, University of Chicago Law School, DePaul University College of Law, University of Illinois College of Law, John Marshall Law School, Loyola University School of Law, Northern Illinois University Law School, Northwestern University School of Law and Southern Illinois University School of Law). Recipients will be selected on the basis of the following: (1) solid commitment to public interest issues, as demonstrated by past and present activities; (2) desire to practice public interest law; (3) commitment to pursue a career in public interest law, as demonstrated by an application essay and personal interview; (4) ability to achieve success as a lawyer; (5) demonstrated financial need; and (6) demonstrated commitment to live and work in Chicago area after law school graduation. $10,000 in the first year. Duration: Three years.   Applicants must submit a cover letter with attached application form; resume; official transcript from undergraduate institution and graduate institution; two letters of reference about commitment to public interest work; brief essay (no more than three pages, explaining commitment to pursue a career in public interest law). May 12. Application form and other supporting documents should be sent to Barbara A. Chasnoff at the above address.  
CIHR Training Program in Health Law and Policy
http://www.healthlawtraining.ca
info@heatthlawtraining.ca
University of Toronto Faculty of Law Queen's Park
Toronto, ON, Canada M5S 2C5
P: 416-978-3724
F: 416-978-2648
Cihr Health Law And Policy Fellowships To increase research capacity in the area of health law and policy. Law. Applicants must be admitted into the Faculty of Law graduate program at one of the three participating institutions (Dalhousie University, University of Alberta, and University of Toronto). Selection is based on the submitted application and materials. Minimum of $17,850/year. 10. Applicants must submit a completed application form together with the transcripts from all universities attended (certified copies); two academic letters of reference; and a one-page statement of interest in health law and policy. March 15. Chrystal Gray at chrystal. gray@dal.ca.  
Columbian Lawyers Association of Westchester County do Michael J. Amoruso, Esq., Pres.
http://westcla.org
michael@amorusolaw.com
800 Westchester Ave., Ste. S320
Rye Brook, NY 10573
P: 914-253-9255
F: 914-253-9162
Columbian Lawyers Association Of Westchester County Scholarships To develop a program for Itatian-Am8rican law students to give them an opportunity to sen/e as legal interns with judges who are associations members and to assist Italian-American educators and community members with their efforts to continue the teaching of the Italian language at several involving law, government, social, historical and contemporary issues. Law. Applicants must be residents of Westchester County who are enrolled in any law school; must not be children of CLAW member; and should be ranked in the upper half of their class. Recipients are selected based on financial need. $5,000.   Applicants must submit a complete application form and a resume; a letter to scholarship committee demonstrating the Italian descent, academic achievement, financial need, aspirations and goals; and a firm adherence to the ideals championed by the association. October.    
Columbian Lawyers Association of Westchester County do Michael J. Amoruso, Esq., Pres.

michael@amorusolaw.com
800 Westchester Ave., Ste. S320
Rye Brook, NY 10573
P: 914-253-9255
F: 914-253-9162
PACE/Columbian Lawyers Association Of Westchester County Endowed Scholarships To develop a program for Italian-American law students to give them an opportunity to serve as legal interns with judges who are associations members and to assist Italian-American educators and community members with their efforts to continue the teaching of the Italian language at several involving law, government, social, historical and contemporary issues. Law. Applicants must be Pace Law School students; should be of an Italian-American heritage; and must maintain an overall minimum academic 3.0 GPA. Recipients are selected based on financial need. $5,000.   Applicants must submit completed application form.      
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee (CFMT)
http://www.cfmt.org
mail@cfmt.org
3833 Cteghom Ave., Ste. 400
Nashville, TN 37215-2519
P: 615-321-4939
F: 615-327-2746
Colonel Richard M. Dawson Scholarships To help students in planning their postsecondary education. Criminal justice. Applicants must be children of employees of the Tennessee Highway Patrol who serve in uniform, undercover, or plainclothes; must be rising sophomores, juniors, or seniors in college who demonstrate a commitment to a career in criminal justice through their course of study. Recipients are selected based on financial need, extracurricular and civic participation. No specific amount.   Applicants must complete the application form; must submit two applicant appraisals; transcript of grades; student's essay describing educational plans and how these will help in career goals; and one recent photograph. March 15. Contact Ms. Pat Cole at 615-321-4939 or e-mail pcole@cfmt.org.  
Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan (CFSEM)
http://www.cfsem.org
cfsem@cfsem.org
333 West Fort St., Ste. 2010
Detroit, Ml 48226-3134
P: 313-961-6675
F: 313-961-2886
Jeptha Wade Schureman Scholarship Program To provide financial assistance to students of Southeast Michigan region for their education. Law; Nursing; Medicine; Dentistry. Applicants must be residents of Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Lenawee, Monroe, Livingston, Washtenaw, or St. Clair counties at the time of high school graduation; must be fatherless either through death or through termination of parental rights; must be pursuing, or planning to pursue a degree in the fields of law, nursing, medicine or dentistry; must demonstrate a strong scholastic performance while in high school or college with an equivalent of 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale; must demonstrate leadership and character through extra-curricular activities, school and community service, volunteer involvement and paid work experience; and must be admitted to one of the 15 non-profit public universities in Michigan. Applicants are evaluated based on academic records; recommendations and statement of goals; and demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to candidates between the ages of 17-27 at the time of application and pursuing a full-time education. $7,500. 8. Applicants must submit the completed application form; and must provide a written personal statement which describes the following: (1) educational plans and career goals; (2) motivating factors and important experiences which may help them shape their personal philosophy and future goals. June 1.    
Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan (CFSEM)
http://www.cfsem.org
cfsem@cfsem.org
333 West Fort St., Ste. 2010
Detroit, Ml 48226-3134
P: 313-961-6675
F: 313-961-2886
Senator Carl O. Koella, Jr. Memorial Scholarships To help students in planning their post- secondary education. Law. Applicants must be legislative interns, either public or private, currently enrolled or planning to enroll in a four-year college the year of the application; and must be residents of Blount and Sevier Counties of Tennessee. Recipients are selected based on financial need, extracurricular and civic participation. Extra consideration will be given to extracurricular activities in the areas of government and politics. No specific amount.   Applicants must complete the application form; must submit two applicant appraisals; transcript of grades; student's essay describing educational plans and how these will help in career goals and one recent photograph. March 15. Contact Ms. Pat Cole at 615-321-4939 or e-mail pcole@cfmt. org.  
Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan (CFSEM)
http://www.cfsem.org
cfsem@cfsem.org
333 West Fort St., Ste. 2010
Detroit, Ml 48226-3134
P: 313-961-6675
F: 313-961-2886
Emmett H. Turner Scholarships To help students in planning their postsecondary education. Criminal justice. Applicants must be students enrolling or currently enrolled at Tennessee University in the Criminal Justice program. Recipients are selected based on financial need, extracurricular and civic participation. No specific amount.   Applicants must complete the application form. Applicants must submit two applicant appraisals; transcript of grades; student essay describing educational plans and how these will help in career goals. Applicants must submit one recent photograph. March 15. pcole@cfmt.org.  
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF)
http://www.cbcfinc.org
info@cbcfinc.org
1720 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20036
P: 202-263-2800
F: 202-775-0773
CBCF Congressional Fellows Program To increase the number of African Americans working as professional staff in the U.S. Congress. General studies. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen or permitted to work in the U.S.; a graduate or have professional degree completed prior to the start date fellowship program; familiar with the federal legislative process, Congress and the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) and its members; and have demonstrated interest in public policy and commitment to creating and implementing policy to improve the living conditions for underserved and underrepresented individuals. Selection is based on a combination of the following a record of academic and professional achievement; evidence of leadership skills and the potential for further growth; demonstrated interest in public policy; and quality of paper application and interview performance. $40,000 with benefits. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a completed application form along with a resume; three letters of recommendation; three Transcript (at least one must be an official transcript); and three essays (each essay no more than two pages in length). Submit three copies of the complete application under one cover. Bind application with paperclips (do not use staples). April 16.    
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF)
http://www.cbcfinc.org
info@cbcfinc.org
1720 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20036
P: 202-263-2800
F: 202-775-0773
Louis Stokes Urban Health Policy Fellows Program To increase the pool of qualified, minority health policy professionals who are committed to eliminating health disparities in the United States and abroad. Behavioral sciences; Social sciences; Biological and clinical sciences; Health sciences. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen or permitted to work in the United States; a graduate or have a professional degree in a health-related field (behavioral science, social sciences, biological sci-ences and health professions) from an accredited institution completed prior to the fellowship start date; familiar with the federal legislative process, Congress and the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC); and have demonstrated interest in public policy, and commitment to creating and implementing policy to improve the living conditions for underserved and underrepresented individuals. Selection is based on a combination of the following a record of academic and professional achievement; evidence of leadership skills and the potential for further growth; study of how health policies affect African Americans and minorities; demonstrated interest in public health policy; and quality of paper application and interview performance. $40,000 with benefits. Duration: 12 months.   Applicants must submit a completed application form along with a resume; three letters of recommendation; three transcripts (at least one must be an official transcript); and three essays (each essay no more than two pages in length). Submit three copies of the complete application under one cover. Bind application with paperclips (do not use staples). April 16.    
Cooley Godward Kronish LLP
http://www.cooley.com
Five Palo Alto Square 3000 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94306-2155
P: 650-843-5000
F: 650-857-0663
Cooley Godward Kronish Diversity Fellowships To financially assist law students. Law. Applicant must be a law student enrolled full-time in an ABA accredited law school and in the 1L year at the time of application; committed to join the Firm's Summer Associate Program following the 2L year; and must not be a recipient of a similar diversity award from other law firm for the same time period. Selection is based on the student's commitment to promoting goals of diversity; academic performance; personal achievements; leadership abilities; community service; and commitment to joining the Cooley Godward Kronish Summer Associate Program. Up to $15,000. 8. Applicants must submit a completed application form along with a brief personal statement; a current resume; law school transcript; and undergraduate transcript. In addition, applicants may also submit up to two letters of recommendation; up to three references; and a legal writing sample. June 15. diversityfellow- ship@cooley.com.  
Corporate Counsel Women of Color (CCWC)
http://www.ccwomenofcolor.org
info@ccwomenofcolor.org
PO Box 2095
New York, NY 10101-2095
P: 646-483-8041
My Life As A Lawyer Scholarships To support law students with their educational pursuit. Law. Applicant must be a first or second year student enrolled in an accredited law school in any state of the United States of America. Selection is based on the submitted application materials. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed application form together with a list any publications, academic awards, honors, scholarships, memberships, and/or extracurricular activities; an essay of no more 350 words; and a copy of law school transcript. June 30.    
Correctional Education Association (CEA)
http://www.ceanational.org
office@ceanational.org
8182 Lark Brown Rd., Ste. 202
Elkridge, MD 21075
P: 443-459-3080
F: 443-459-3088
Correctional Education Association Scholarships To encourage students to continue a course of study in correctional education. Criminal justice. Applicant must be a graduate or undergraduate student in correctional education; must be a voting member of the Correctional Education Association and have been a member for a minimum of two years prior to application. Application materials (quality of the application will be taken into consideration) will be evaluated by the Scholarship Committee. Priority will be given to first time applicants. $500. Duration: One year. Scholarship Committee will determine the number of scholarships to be awarded. Application forms are available in the website (application format must be completed in full in order to be considered by the Committee). Application materials must be sent to: Correctional Educational Association, Scholarship Committee, 8182 Lark Brown Rd., Ste. 202, Elkridge. MD 21075.      
Council on Social Work Education (CSWE)
http://www.cswe.org
info@cswe.org
1701 Duke St., Ste. 200
Alexandria, VA 22314-3457
P: 703-683-8080
F: 703-683-8099
Carla. Scott Book Scholarships To promote equity and social justice in social work. Social work. Applicants must be in the last year of study for a social work degree in a baccalaureate or master's degree program accredited by the Council on Social Work Education; must be African American, American Indian, Asian American, Mexican American or Puerto Rican; must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale; and must be enrolled in 12 credit hours. Recipients are selected based on the demonstrated commitment in promoting equity and social justice. $500. 2. Applicants must submit a two- three page, double-spaced, typewritten statement that include professional interests, and experiences; two letters of recommendation preferably from a professor, a field instructor, or a community-based leader; an official letter from the school's registrar verifying that the applicant is enrolled and in good standing with the university or college; and an official academic transcript from university/college. May 9.    
Cuban American Bar Association (CABA)
http://www.cabaonline.com
info@cabaoniine.com
1898 NW 7th St.
Miami, FL 33125
P: 305-646-0046
F: 305-646-0633
Cuban American Bar Association Scholarships To provide financial assistance for students enrolled in accredited law schools. Law. Applicant must be a Cuban-American law student who has distinguished himself/herself academically and/or in service-oriented activities; any law student who has distinguished himself/hersell in research, writing, community services, and/or other activities of importance to the Cuban-American community; must not be currently enrolled at the University of Miami, Florida International University, University of Florida, St. Thomas University, Nova Southern University and Florida State University. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. No Specific amount. 2. Applicants must submit a completed formal application together with a competitive essay (no more than 1,000 words) focusing on and describing in detail the activities and achievements that the applicant qualify for the award; an updated resume; and a copy of applicant's transcript. October 1. Victoria Mendez, vic- toriamendez@aol.com; Sandra Ferrera, sferrera® melandrussin.com.  
Dade Community Foundation, Inc. (DCF)
http://www.dadecommunityfoundation.org
ruth.shack@dadecommunityfoundation.org
200 S Biscayne Blvd., Ste. 505
Miami, FL 33131-5330
P: 305-371-2711
F: 305-371-5342
The Rodney Thaxton Justice Fund To assist students pursuing career in the insurance industry and business. Social sciences; Law. Applicants must be committed to the goal of social justice, and must be able to demonstrate that commitment to the scholarship committee; must be African descent and resident of Miami-Dade County who plans to take a four-year degree in college or university. Applicants are evaluated based on personal statement/goals, essay on ethics; academic achievement; volunteer/work experience. $1,000. Duration: One year. 5. Applicants must submit completed application form and all required application materials and information. April 17.    
Dallas Hispanic Bar Association (DHBA)
http://www.dallashispanicbar.com
christievillarreal @ sbcglobal.net
2101 Ross Ave.
Dallas, TX 75201
P: 214-989-4306
Dallas Hispanic Bar Association Scholarships To provide financial assistance for Texas law school students. Law. Applicants must have high academic performance and demonstrated leadership and must be enrolled in a Texas law school. Selection of recipients will be based on financial need and academic standing. $1,000-$2,000. Duration: One year. 5. Applicants must complete the application form available online and must send it to Martinez Ramirez Siewcynski LLC. June 17. Maricela Siewczynski at maricela@texemploymentlaw.com; Martinez Ramirez Siewcynski LLC, 6318 Gaston Ave., Ste. Dallas, TX 75214.  
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP (DWT)
http://www.dwt.com
info@dwt.com
701 W Eighth Ave.
Anchorage, AK 99501-3468
P: 907-257-5300
F: 907-257-5399
Davis Wright Tremaine 1L Diversity Scholarships To provide finandal assistance for qualified students intending to pursue their law degree. Law. Applicants must be first-year law students; must have a record of academic achievement in both undergraduate school and the first year of law school; must demonstrate promise for a successful career in law; must be committed to civic involvement that promotes diversity; be willing to continue that commitment upon entering the legal profession; and must commit to become a Summer Associate in DWT's Seattle Office between the student's first and second years of law school. Applicants will be selected based on their academic performance and commitment to a successful career in law. $7,500 for the student's second year tuition and expenses. Duration: One year. 2. Applicants must submit a current resume; a complete undergraduate transcript; a grade from the first semester of law school; a short, personal essay indicating the applicant's eligibility for and interest in the scholarship, and a legal writing sample; and two or three references (one of whom should be a person qualified to comment on the applicant's law school work). January 19. Carol Yuly at carolyuly@dwt.com; Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, IL Diversity Scholarship Program, 1201 Third Ave., Suite 2200, Seattle, WA 98101-3045.  
Dirksen Congressional Center
http://www.dirksencenter.org
info@dirksencenter.org
2815 Broadway
Pekin, IL 61554
P: 309-347-7113
F: 309-347-6432
Congressional Research Awards To fund research on congressional leader-ship and related studies about the U.S. Congress. Government. Applicants must have a serious interest in studying the Congress; must be political scientists, historians, biographers, scholars of public administration or American studies, and journalists; must be graduate students who have successfully defended their dissertation prospectus to apply and awards a significant portion of the funds for dissertation research; must be U.S. citizens who reside in the United States. Recipients are selected based on the project design; plan of work; dissemination; applicant's qualifications; relationship of the project to the Centers Program goals and to current work in the field; and appropriateness of the project request for the requirements. $35,000.   Applicants must submit the original and four copies of application summary sheet listing the name and contact information not exceeding 100-words; a description of the project goals, methods, and intended results, demonstrating dearly its importance to the award program priorities; A vitae including a list of publications; Original and five copies of a letter of reference from the person directing their dissertation work; a proposal letter from the responsible official stipulating that no indirect or overhead costs will be charged against the grant. March 1. Frank H. Mackaman at the above address, fmackaman@dirksencenter.org.  
Dolores Zohrab Liebmann Fund
http://foundationcenter.org/grantmaker/ liebmann
jones_ed_l@jpmorgan.com
c/o JPMorgan Private Bank, Philanthropic Services Park Ave., 16th FI.
New York, NY 10017
P: 212-464-2441
F: 212-464-2305
Dolores Zohrab Liebmann Fund - Graduate School Fellowships To financially support students pursuing graduate studies. Humanities; Social sciences; Natural sciences; Law; Medicine; Engineering; Architecture. Applicant must be a graduate student; a U.S. citizen attending an accredited and designated institution of higher education within the United States; have an outstanding undergraduate record; and demonstrated financial need. Selection is based on the application. Covers the cost of tuition and an annual $18,000 stipend for living expenses.   Applications must be submitted through the dean of the university where the student is pursuing graduate studies. January. Amy Eaker at amy.a.eaker@jpmorgan.com.  
Donald Keene Center of Japanese Culture
http://www.donaldkeenecenter.org
Columbia University Kent Hall, MC 3920
New York, NY 10027
P: 212-854-5036
F: 212-854-4019
The Shincho Graduate Fellowships For Study In Japan To provide financial assistance to cover all expenses of the fellow, including air travel, tuition, research expenses, living expenses, insurance and other kind of expenses. Japanese studies. Applicant must be a degree candidate in a graduate program at Columbia University in field of Japanese cultural studies; must have been accepted as a research student in a graduate level program at a Japanese public or private university; and must be eligible for an appropriate visa (student or cultural) according to Japanese immigration law. Applicants will be evaluated under the direction of the Donald Keene Center Selection Committee and the Center Director. No specific amount. Duration: One year. 2. Applicant must notify the Foundation in writing of his/her address in Japan and report on his/her program of study or research, which must have been approved in advance by the Selection Committee of the Donald Keene Center. Any change in address or program of study must be reported to the Foundation and the Center; must submit a summary report of his/her study in both Japanese and English to the Selection Committee of Donald Keene Center one month before the completion of the fellowship. A Japanese version of that summary must be submitted to the Foundation by the same deadline. Applicant must submit seven sets of the following: (four-page) application form; five-page (approximately 1,200-1,500 words) statement of purpose stating the objectives, methodology, schedule, plans for academic affiliation in Japan which reveals the relevant training and background of the applicant regarding the project; official transcripts; and curriculum vitae. Three letters of recommendation from professors must be sent directly to the DKC by the deadline. February 28. donald-keene-center® columbia.edu.  
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
William Stone Ayres Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be students of Drake University law school. Recipients are selected based on academic record and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782. Established by a bequest from Gladys L. Ayres in memory of her husband, a 1894 Law School graduate.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Beverly Estate Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be students of Drake University law school. Recipients are selected based on academic record and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Finandal Aid at 515-271-2782. Awards are made possible by bequests from Frands Cedle Beverly, LW'15, and Adda Brown Beverly, ED'14.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
George And Mary Brammer Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be students of Drake University law school. Recipients are selected based on academic record and financial need. No spedfic amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782. Established by Mary and John Harper as a memorial to Mary's parents, 1908 and 1907 graduates of the Law School.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Gregory Brunk Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be students of Drake University law school. Recipients are selected based on academic record and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must file the FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782. The scholarship was made available by the late Gregory Brunk, LW'19.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Donald C. And Doris K. Byers Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be entering first year students. Recipients are selected based on merit and finandal need. Preferences are given to residents of Newton, Iowa and the surrounding area of Jasper County, Iowa. No spedfic amount.   Applicants must submit a completed application form. April 1. Office of Admission and Finandal Aid at 515-271-2782. Sponsored by Donald C. and Doris K. Byers.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Raymond Dipaglia Endowment Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be returning law students who are in good standing at the Drake University law school. Recipients are selected based on academic record and finandal need. No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782.  
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Grace O. Doane Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be second year Iowa residents who rank in the top one- half of their class. Recipients are selected based on academic record and finandal need. No spedfic amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and an application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271- 2782.  
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Joseph M. Dorgan Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be African American law students. Recipients are selected based on academic record and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782.  
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Drake University Law School Law Opportunity Scholarships - Disadvantage To support the education of disadvantaged law students. Law. Applicants must have been admitted to the Law School and must demonstrate financial need as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Recipients will be selected based on the following factors: (1) applicant's showing of diversity, disadvantage or both; (2) academic record; (3) personal achievements and leadership; and (4) finandal need. Preferences are given to students whose enrollment will significantly contribute to the diversity of the Drake Law School student body, or to those who have overcome economic, educational or other significant disadvantages. One-quarter tuition to full-tuition awards.   Applicants must have the FAFSA form completed between January 1 and March 1, and must submit the completed scholarship application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782. Disadvantaged student is defined as: "one who, despite facing significant obstades, has prepared himself or herself for a college education.'
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Drake University Law School Law Opportunity Scholarships - Diversity To promote the diversity of students in Drake University. Law. Applicants must have been admitted to the law school and must demonstrate financial need as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Redpients will be selected based on the following factors: (1) applicant's showing of diversity, disadvantage or both; (2) academic record; (3) personal achievements and leadership; and (4) financial need. Preferences are given to students whose enrollment will significantly contribute to the diversity of the Drake University law school student body, or to those who have overcome economic, educational or other significant disadvantages. One-quarter tuition to full-tuition awards.   Applicants must have the FAFSA form completed between January 1 and March 1, and must submit the completed scholarship application form.   Office of Admission and Finandal Aid at 515-271-2782.  
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Drake University Law School Public Service Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must exhibitan extraordinary history of public service work and plan to continue that commitment during and after law school. Recipients are selected based on merit and need. Full-tuition. 2. Applicants must submit completed application form along with essay, a short description of past work experiences/activities, letters of recommendation, relevant academic curriculum and statement of reasons for award. March 1. Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782.  
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Robert E. Early Memorial Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be second or third year full time students who are in need of financial assistance. Recipients are selected based on academic records and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782. Sponsored by Margaret M.Early in memory of her husband, LW'41.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Electric Cooperative Pioneer Trust Fund Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be second or third year law students interested in agricultural law. Recipients are selected based on merit. Preference is given to students planning to practice in Iowa. No specific amount.   Applicants may contact Office of Admission and Financial Aid for more information.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782.  
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Herman E. Elgar Memorial Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be third year law students. Recipients are selected based on academic record and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782. Established in memory of Mr. Elgar, LW'11, by his wife and children, John, LW'50, and Alanson, LW'51 and Elizabeth Elgar Anderson, ED'41.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
D.J. Fairgrave Education Trust To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be students of Drake University law school. Recipients are selected based on financial need; character; academic record; personal achievements; future goals and anticipated contributions to the profession. No specific amount. 1. Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782. Established by Denio John Fairgrave.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Leland Stanford Forrest Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be students who are graduates of Iowa high schools or colleges; must be students whose high school and college experiences took place outside the state. Recipients are selected from among entering students who are graduates of Iowa high schools or colleges. No specific amount.   Applicants must fill up the General Information Form of Scholarship.     Scholarship was established through the bequest of Leland Stanford Forrest, former dean of the law school.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Lex And Scott Hawkins Endowed Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be the president of the Law School's Moot Court Board. Recipients are selected based on merit. No specific amount.   Applicants may contact Office of Admission and Financial Aid for more information.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782. Established by Lex Hawkins, LW'51 and Scott Hawkins, LW'81.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Edward And Cora Hayes Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be accepted as first year students at Drake University law school and not a graduate of Iowa high schools or colleges; and must be students whose high school and college experiences took place outside the state. Recipients are selected based on merit. No specific amount.   Applicants must fill up the General Information Form of Scholarship.     Established by the former associate dean Edward Hayes and his wife.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Annamae Heaps Law Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be second year students demonstrating financial need. Recipients are selected based on academic record and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782.  
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
John M. Helmick Law Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be students of Iowa backgrounds planning to enter the legal or educational professions in Iowa. Recipients are selected based on academic record and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271 -2782. Sponsored by Robert H. Helmick, LW'60, in memory of his grandfather, John Miller Helmick.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
James P. Irish Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be from Southeast Polk High School or members of the Law Review Board of Editor. Recipients are selected based on merit. No specific amount.   Applicants may contact Office of Admission and Financial Aid for more information.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782. Established by Edwin Skinner and Donald Beattie in honor of their associate and law partner, James P. Irish, LW'31.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Edward H. Jones Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be second year law students. Recipients are selected based on merit. $2,000.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515- 271-2782. Established in honor of the late Edward H. Jones, former executive director of the Iowa State Bar Association.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Martin Luther King Law Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be female African-American law students who embodies the spirit and values of Martin Luther King and who have demonstrated financial need. Recipients are selected based on academic record and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782. Established by Naomi Mercer, LW'68.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Forest A. King Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be students of Drake University law school. Recipients are selected based on academic record and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782. Established in memory of Mr. King, LW'25, by his wife, Nonnie.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Verne Lawyer Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be students of Drake University Law School. Recipients are selected based on academic record and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782. Established in 1992 in honor of D. Verne Lawyer, a 1949 graduate of the Law School.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
League Of Attorneys' Wives Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be second year or third year female law students planning a career in public interest law. Recipients are selected based on academic record and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and applica-tion form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782.  
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Legal Research Service Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be the presidents of the Student Legal Research Service. Recipients are selected based on merit. No specific amount.   Applicants may contact Office of Admission and Financial Aid for more information.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782.  
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Frederick D. Lewis Jr. Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be students of Drake University law school. Recipients are selected based on academic record and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782. Established by Patrick D. Kelly, LW'53, in memory of Frederick D. Lewis Jr., a professor at Drake Law School from 1949 to 1959.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Gordon and Delores Madson Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be students of Drake University law school. Recipients are selected based on academic record and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Of-fice of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782. Established by Gordon Madson, LW'57, and his wife, Delores.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Jake S. More Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be students of Drake University law school. Recipients are selected based on academic record and financial need. Funds Avaitable: No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and scholarship application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782. Established by Jake S. More, LW'28.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Dwight D. Opperman Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be accepted as first year students at Drake Law School; must show evidence of superior academic record and potential; must have a high score in law entrance exam; and demonstrate significant community and extracurricular experiences. Recipients are selected based on achievement and potential. Full-tuition plus $10,000 to help pay for books and living expenses while attending Drake Law School. Duration: One year. 5. Applicants must complete the application packet (application for admission and the general scholarship information sheet).   Kara Blanchard at the above address.  
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Jerome S. Petz, S.J., Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be students of Drake University law school. Recipients are selected based on academic record and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271- 2782. Established by the faculty as a memorial in honor of Father Jerome Petz, who taught at the Law School from 1971 to 1979.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Janet Reynoldson Memorial Scholar- Ships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be students of Drake University law school. Recipients are selected based on student's contributions to community and family, academic achievement, need and significant change in career. No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782. Established by the family of Janet Reynoldson, LW'65.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Isador M. Robinson Endowment Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be second or third year law students of Drake University law school. Recipients are selected based on leadership and academic achievement. No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782.  
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Walter and Rita Selvy Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be students of Drake University law school. Recipients are selected based on academic record and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782. Established by Walter, LW28, and his late wife, Rita Selvy.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Charles "Buck' and Dora Taylor Endowed Law Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be students with financial need and have demonstrated a history of academic success while participating in sports at the undergraduate school level. Recipients are selected based on merit and need. No specific amount. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit the General Information Form for Scholarships along with the application for admission.   Mail application form and other supporting documents to Office of Admission and Finandal Aid at 2507 University Ave., Des Moines, IA 50311-4505; Phone: 515-271-2782. Established in honor of 1933 Drake Law School graduate Charles Taylor.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Haemer Wheatcraft Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be students of Drake University law school. Recipients are selected based on academic record and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must file the FAFSA and the scholarship application.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782. Established by friends and assodates in honor of Haemer Wheatcraft, LW33.
Drake University Law School
http://www.law.drake.edu
lawadmit@drake.edu
2621 Carpenter Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50311
P: 515-271-2824
Zarley, Mckee, Thomte, Voorhees, Sease Law Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be students interested in intellectual property law. Recipients are selected based on academic record and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must file FAFSA and application form.   Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782. Established by Donald H. Zartey, LW'54; Bruce W. McKee; Dennis L. Thomte; Michael G. Voorhees, LW'68; Edmund J. Sease, LW67; and John Beehner.
DuPage County Bar Association (DCBA)
http://www.dcba.org
126 South County Farm Road
Wheaton, IL 60187
P: 630-653-7779
F: 630-653-7870
Hartman E. Stime Scholarships To promote the study of law. Paralegal studies. Applicants must be DuPage County, IL residents who will begin their second, third or fourth year of law school. Selection will be based on submitted application and personal interview. No spedfic amount.   Applicant must submit an application form (available on the website) and their resume. March 22. Glenda Berg Sharp, at the above address; Fax: 630-653-7870. Established in memory of Harman Stime, a long-time DCBA member distinguished for his many years of pro bono work and community service efforts on behalf of the poor and elderly.
Dutchess County Bar Association (DCBA)
http://www.dutchesscountybar.org
janna@dutchesscountybar.org
PO Box 4865
Poughkeepsie, NY 12602
P: 845-473-2488
F: 845-485-1484
Joseph H. Gellert/Dutchess County Bar Association Scholarships To provide financial assistance for the residents of Dutchess County intending to attend an accredited law school. Law. Applicants must be Dutchess County residents who completed at least one year of law school. Applicants will be evaluated based on financial need. $1,000.   Applicants must submit application; copy of law school transcript; essay of approximately 500 words describing interest in the law and career aspirations; letter of recommendation; and resume. April 1.    
Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation
http://www.dsacommunityfoundation.com
info@dsacommunityfoundation.com
Zeitgeist Arts Bldg. E Superior St., Ste. 302
Duluth, MN 55802
P: 218-726-0232
F: 218-726-0257
Lawrence E. & Mabel Jackson Rudberg Scholarships To provide finandal assistance to students pursuing a college degree. General studies. Applicants must be graduating seniors from Duluth public and Two Harbors Senior High; must intend to pursue a post-secondary education at an accredited four-year public or private college or university. Applicants are evaluated based on academic record; finandal need; written recommendations; involvement in community and extra-curricular activities. Two Harbors graduates will be given preference. $5,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a completed DSACF Common Scholarship Application form; academic transcript (including standardized test scores); two letters of recommendation; and financial need documentation.     Established in 1999. The award is co-payable to the institution and the recipient. Award is renewable for four years, assuming proper academic progress (2.5 GPA or greater) is maintained.
Energy and Mineral Law Foundation (EMLF)
http://www.emlf.org
info@emlf.org
340 S Broadway, Ste. 101
Lexington, KY 40508
P: 859-231-0271
F: 859-226-0485
EMLF Law Student Scholarships To provide educational assistance to encourage the study of energy, environmental, natural resources, and mineral law. Environmental science, Natural resources, Mineralogy, Energy-related areas; Environmental law. Applicants must be law school students for the current academic year and must demonstrate an interest in the study of natural resources, energy or mineral law. Recipient will be selected based on the following a) potential to make a significant contribution in the field of energy, mineral and natural resources law; b) academic ability; c) leadership ability; and d) financial need. $1,000-$3,000.   Applicants must submit a complete application form; transcript of records; and two letters of recommendation from school dean, faculty member, or member of the legal profession. April 18. Application form and other supporting documents may be sent electronically at carolyn@emlf.org.  
Environmental Law Institute (ELI)
http://www.eli.org
law@eli.org
2000 L SI. NW, Ste. 620
Washington, DC 20036
P: 202-939-3800
Public Interest Environmental Law Fellowships To provide a recent law school graduate a year of legal experience and training. Law. Applicant must be a law school graduate or a candidate who has graduated recently, and have a top academic record and possess superior legal research and writing skills. Selection is based on the application materials. Approximately $35,000, with benefits. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a complete application package which must include: cover letter; current resume; completed "ELI Application for Employment"; law school transcript; three references; and writing sample of approximately 10 (but no more than 15) pages. Application package must be sent via email (preferred method) to law@eli.org (subject line: Law Fellow No. 100707), or by U.S. mail. December 10.    
Equal Justice Works
http://www.equaljusticeworks.org
info@equaljusticeworks.org
2120 L St. NW, Ste. 450
Washington, DC 20037-1541
P: 202-466-3686
Equal Justice Works Fellowship Program To address the shortage of attorneys working on behalf of traditionally under-served populations and causes in the United States and its territories while encouraging partnerships between law firms, corporations and public interest organizations to fund fellowships. Law. Applicants must be third year law students, graduates or experienced attorneys from an EJW law school who are committed to public interest. Applica-tions will be judged based on quality of the proposed project. No specific amount. Duration: Two years.   Applicants must provide a completed application, including a project proposal, a fellowship candidate to carry out the project, and a nonprofit public interest organization identified to host the project; Applicants must also submit a certification form and two hard copies of letters of recommendation; and must attend a scheduled interview if evaluated successfully. September 15.    
Equity Foundation
http://www.eqiiityfoundalion.org
tnfo@equityfoundation.org
PO Box 5696
Portland, OR 97228
P: 503-231-5759
Bill And Ann Sheperd Legal Scholarship Fund To provide financial support to those who are in need. Law. Applicants must be third year law students dedicated to keeping Oregon a hate-free state; be committed to equal rights and justice for gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgendered persons; be citizens of the United States; must demonstrate the potential to complete their law program successfully; and demonstrate the intent to practice law and promote the rights of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered community. Preference will be given to those who meet the criteria. No specific amount.   Appticants must check the available website for the required materials. June 30. Equity Foundation at the above address.  
Evalee C. Schwarz Charitable Trust for Education
http://www.evaleeschwarztrust.org
pfs@privatefoundationservices.com
c/o Private Foundation Services, Inc. 4265 San Felipe, Ste. 1100
Houston, TX 77027-2913
  Evalee C. Schwarz Educational Loans To provide interest-free loans to undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate exceptional academic performance and significant financial need. General studies. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen; must qualify for financial need in the form of government grants (Please complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid); must be enrolled in a school in the state in which the student resides; demonstrate an outstanding combination of class rank and standardized test scores (scores must be in the top 10% of nationwide scores); and must not be seeking a law degree. Selection is based on academic performance and financial need. Loan amounts range from $5,000 to $15,000, with a $50,000 lifetime cap per student.   Appticants must submit a completed typed or printed application form along with a copy of official picture I.D.; official transcripts; copy of admission lest scores; copy of brochure or other document stating current school cost; copy of Student Aid Report (SAR); three letters of recommendation; and a personal essay. April 9.   Repayment begins one year after graduation or one year after discontinuation of school. Repayment is structured over a ten- year period and is calculated on an increasing sliding payment scale (please check at website).
Faegre & Benson LLP
http://www.faegre.com
info@faegre.com
2200 Wells Fargo Center 90 S 7th St.
Minneapolis, MN 55402-3901
P: 612-766-7000
F: 612-766-1600
Faegre & Benson Diversity Scholarships To encourage and support individuals intending to pursue their legal profession. Law. Applicants must be enrolled fulltime at an accredited law school in the United States. Applicants will be selected based on a short essay that explores how diversity has influenced their lives and how it affects the legal profession. $12,000. 2. Applicants must complete the application form, available online; must submit a resume and cover letter; must provide a personal statement explaining their interest in the scholarship program and how diversity has influenced their life and how it impacts the legal profession; must have an undergraduate transcript(s), legal writing sample and two professional recommendations, one of which must be from a law school professor. January 8. Application form and other supporting documents must be sent to Faegre & Benson LLP, 2200 Wells Fargo Center, S 7th St., Minneapolis, MN 55402; Dana Gray, Manager of Legal Personnel Services at dgray@fae- gre.com.  
Families of Freedom Scholarship Fund
http://www.familiesoffreedom.org
info@familiesoffreedom.org
Scholarship America One Scholarship Way
St. Peter, MN 56082
P: 877-862-0136
F: 507-931-8924
Families Of Freedom Scholarship Fund - America Scholarships To provide education assistance for postsecondary study to dependents o children and spouses - of those killed of permanently disabled as a result of terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 and during the rescue activities to those attacks. General studies. Appticants must be dependents of those killed or permanently disabled as a result of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 and during the rescue activities relating to those attacks. Specifically, families of Freedom benefits children and spouses of the victims, including airplane crew and passengers, World Trade Center and Pentagon workers and visi-tors, and relief workers, including firefighters and emergency medical personnel and law enforcement personnel. Participants must enroll in a course of study at an accredited two- or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school based in the United States. Recipients are selected based on merit. SI ,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit all the required application information.      
Families USA
http://www.familiesusa.org
info@familiesusa.org
1201 New York Ave. NW, Ste. 1100
Washington, DC 20005
P: 202-628-3030
F: 202-347-2417
Villers Fellowships For Health Care Justice To develop a network of young leaders who share a passion for social and health care justice. Health care services. Applicant must be authorized to work in the United States and have a college degree or plan to receive a degree. Selection is based on applicant's demonstrable passion for justice in the health care system. $38,000 and health care benefits. Duration: One year. 1. Applicants must submit a completed application form along with a personal essay and a resume. In addition, Families USA must receive an official copy of most recent college or graduate school transcript sent directly from the school registrar's office, three letters of recommendation from academic and/or professional references who can attest the applicant's community involvement sent directly from the references themselves. Send application materials by mail or email to: villersfellowship@famitiesusa.org. January 15. Melissa Rosenblatt at viIlersfellowship@familiesusa.org.  
Families USA
http://www.familiesusa.org
info@familiesusa.org
1201 New York Ave. NW, Ste. 1100
Washington, DC 20005
P: 202-628-3030
Wellstone Fellowships For Social Justice To foster the advancement of social justice through participation in health care advocacy work that focuses on the unique challenges facing many communities of color. Social work. Applicant must be authorized to work in the United States and have a college degree or plan to receive a degree. Selection is based on the applicant's demonstrable passion for social justice. $38,000 and health care benefits. Duration: One year. 1. Applicants must submit a completed application form along with a personal essay and a resume. In addition, Families USA must receive an official copy of most recent college or graduate school transcript sent directly from the school registrar's office, three letters of recommendation from academic and/or professional references who can attest the applicant's community involvement. Send application materials by mail or email to weIlstonefellowship@familiesusa.org. February. Melissa Rosenblatt at wellstonefellowship@familiesusa.org.  
Farella Braun Martel LLP
http://www.fbm.com
doof@fbm.com
Russ Bldg 235 Montgomery St., 17th FI.
San Francisco, CA 94104
P: 415-954-4400
F: 415-954-4480
Farella Braun Martel Llp Diversity Scholarships To support outstanding, diverse Bay Area law students. Law. Applicants must be current first-year, full or part-time law students who are students of color or from underrepresented backgrounds, who currently attend one of the following local law schools: University of Califor-nia, Berkeley (Boalt Hall); University of California, Davis (King Hall); University of California, Hastings College of the Law; Golden Gate University; Stanford University; Santa Clara University; or the University of San Francisco. Recipients will be seleded based on a combination of merit and financial need. Preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate a commitment to working and living in the Bay Area. A total of $25,000 is available. 3-5. Applicants must submit the completed application form. March 4. Jennifer Peneyra, Recruiting and Diversity Manager, jpeneyra@fbm.com.  
Federal Circuit Bar Association
http://www.fedcirbar.oFg
brookshirel @fedcirbar.org
1620 St. NW, Ste. 900
Washington, DC 20006
P: 202-466-3923
F: 202-833-1061
Howard T. Markey Memorial Scholarships To provide financial support for qualified individuals intending to pursue their studies. Law. Applicants must be law students showing financial need, demonstrated academic promise, and service, either in undergraduate or in law school. Awards will be given based on a written submission of no more than one page setting out the applicant's financial need, any interests in particular areas of the law, and any qualifications for the awards considered relevant by the applicant. Application materials will be considered, and prior academic performance will not be the primary criteria for selection. $10,000. Duration: One year. 1. Applicants must submit a college and law school transcript and a one-page curriculum vitae. April 15.    
Federal Circuit Bar Association
http://www.fedcirbar.oFg
brookshirel @fedcirbar.org
1620 St. NW, Ste. 900
Washington, DC 20006
P: 202-466-3923
F: 202-833-1061
Helen W. Nies Memorial Scholarships To provide financial support for qualified individuals intending to pursue their studies. Law. Applicants must be women law students showing financial need, demonstrated academic promise and service, either in undergraduate or in law school. Award is given based on a written submission of no more than one page setting out the applicant's financial need, any interests in particular areas of the law, and any qualifications for the awards considered relevant by the applicant. Application materials will be considered and prior academic performance will not be the primary criteria for selection. $10,000. Duration: One year. 1. Applicants must submit a college and law school transcript and a one-page curriculum vitae. April 1.    
Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA)
http://www.fleoa.org
fleoa@fleoa.org
PO Box 326
Lewisberry, PA 17339
P: 717-938-2300
F: 717-932-2262
Fleoa Foundation Scholarship Program To provide educational assistance for the children of current, retired or deceased Federal Law Enforcement Officers. General studies. Applicants must be high school graduates; dependents of a current, retired or deceased Federal Law Enforcement Officer. Scholarship will be awarded to the applicant with the highest cumulative ranking as independently reviewed by FLEAO Foundation Scholarship Committee; scholastic ability; and social character. Special consideration will be given to those applicants who are the children of federal law enforcement officers killed or disabled in the line of duty. $1,000. 40. Applicants must submit completed application form available from the website; transcript of records (with class ranking, SAT scores); and an acceptance letter from a college or university. July 15.    
The Federalist Society
http://www.fed-soc.org
info@fed-soc.org
1015 18th St. NW, Ste. 425
Washington, DC 20036
P: 202-822-8138
F: 202-296-8061
Olin/Searle Fellows In Law To support young legal thinkers in developing their skills. Law. Applicant must be a J.D. and have extremely strong academic qualifications; committed to the rule of law and intel-lectual diversity and legal academia; and have the promise of a distinguished career as a legal scholar and teacher. A distinguished group of academics will select the Fellows based on qualifications and the submitted application materials. $50,000 plus benefits. Duration: One year. Up to three. Applicants must submit a resume and law school transcript; academic writing sample(s) (50 page limit); a brief discussion of the applicant's areas of intellectual interest (approximately 2 pages); a statement of commitment to teaching law; and at least two, and generally no more than three, letters of support. March 15. Barrett Young at bar- rett.young @ fed-soc.org.  
The Federalist Society
http://www.fed-soc.org
info@fed-soc.org
1015 18th St. NW, Ste. 425
Washington, DC 20036
P: 202-822-8138
F: 202-296-8061
Searle Young Legal Scholars Research Fellowships To support junior tenure-track faculty members in developing their skills. Law. Applicants must be tenure-track faculty members at a law school in the second to fifth years of their tenure-track teaching careers. Selection is based on academic talent, commitment and current teaching load. Awards will be set at a level reasonably comparable to the fellows salary for half a year. Duration: One semester. Up to two. Applicants must submit a description of the project for which the applicant seeks the fellowship (including its current status); a list and copies of completed or close-to-complete articles (published or not), with a notation indicating the single non-coauthored article that represents the applicant's best work; a curriculum vitae; preliminary information concerning the applicant's school's policies on granting academic leave for the pursuit of research funded by an outside entity, including any minimum financial commitment generally required in those circumstances. In addition, applicants may also submit two-to-three letters of recommendation from faculty members or other academic authorities familiar with the applicant's work; and any information relevant to the applicant's qualifications. September 13. Erin Sheley at erin.sheley@fed-soc.org.  
Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner LLP
http://www.finnegan.com
info@finnegan.com
901 New York Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20001-4413
P: 202-408-4000
F: 202-408-4400
Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, Llp Diversity Scholarships To develop diversity in the workplace and in the field of intellectual property law. Law. Applicant must be enrolled in an American Bar Association accredited law school either as a first year full-time student or second-year part-time student. Recipients must have demonstrated a commitment to pursuing a career in intellectual property law; exceptional academic performance at the undergraduate, graduate (if applicable), and law school level; a degree in the life sciences, engineering, computer science, or substantial prior trademark experience; and relevant work experience, community service, leadership skills and special accomplishment. $15,000. Duration: One year, renewable.   Applicants must submit current resume; completed scholarship application; undergraduate and, if applicable, graduate transcripts; law school transcripts; a legal writing sample (10 pages); and one to three letters of recommendation. March 1. diversity- scholarship@finnegan.com.  
Fish & Richardson P.C .
http://www.fr.com
info@fr.com
225 Franklin St.
Boston, MA 02110
P: 617-542-5070
F: 617-542-8906
Fish & Richardson 1L Diversity Fellowships To promote diversity in the legal profession. Law. Applicant must be a first year law student. Selection is based on the submitted application and materials. $5,000. 5. Applicants must submit a completed application which includes an essay question, a resume, undergraduate transcript, legal writing sample, and a letter of recommendation from a law school or college professor. January 15.    
Florida Police Chiefs Association (FPCA)
http://www.fpca.com
amercer@fpca.com
924 N Gadsden St.
Tallahassee, FL 32303
P: 850-219-3631
F: 850-219-3640
Police Explorer Scholarships Program To promote public safety legislation. Government. Applicants must have been involved in a police explorer post, and have been a member of the post for a minimum of one year by the time of award presentation; must maintain a minimum of a 2.0 overall grade point average and should be completing their senior year in high school, already enrolled in college or planning to attend college. Recipients are selected based on the information they submit to the foundation. $1,000. Duration: 2 years.   Applicants must submit a completed application form; must submit a 4x5 glossy, black and white or colored headshot photo, in uniform, if possible. April 15.    
Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI)
http://www.fdli.org
service@fdli.org
1155 15th St. NW, Ste. 800
Washington, DC 20005
P: 202-371-1420
F: 202-371-0649
Thomas Austern Memorial Writing Competition To encourage students interested in the areas of law. Law. Applicants must be currently enrolled in a J.D. program at any of the nations' "ABA accredited" law schools. Committees of practicing attorneys and law professors with relevant food and drug expertise will judge the papers according to the following category: 1) thoroughness and depth of legal analysis; 2) originality and difficulty of topic; 3) evaluation of judicial precedents, status and regulations; 4) discussion of conclusions and future impact; 5) quality of legal research; 6) writing style; 7) conciseness; 8) form and quality of citations; and 9) conformity with rules and competition. $4,000 (1st Place); $1,000 (2nd Place). 2. Submissions shall be typewritten, double-spaced on 81/2 x 11 inch paper. Electronic submissions in word documents are acceptable. Students joining the short paper competition shall not exceed 40 pages in length including appendices and footnotes, which may be single-spaced. Candidates submitting in a long paper category shall reach the 100 pages including footnotes. Text and footnote shall be type-written, pt. Times New Roman format. Papers shall have one-inch margin in all sides. Applicants must also include a cover sheet with entrant's full name and contact information, law school, year of study and date of submission. May 31. Materials should be submitted to Sarah Sansolo at the above address; Phone: 202-222-0894; Toll free: 800-956-6293; E-mail: sks@fdli.org.  
Foundation for the Carolinas (FFTC)
http://www.fftc.org
infor@fftc.org
217 STryon St.
Charlotte, NC 28202
P: 704-973-4500
Julian E. Carnes Scholarship Fund To provide financial assistance to students of Clemson University and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte who are preparing for a career in a technological field appropriate to meet the requirements of the U.S. Patent Office as a patent agent or attorney. Engineering; Chemistry; Physics; Biology; Computer and information sciences. Applicants must be legal residents of North or South Carolina; must be rising juniors or seniors at Clemson University or UNC Charlotte whose academic major is appropriate to meet the requirements of the U.S. Patent Office for admission as a patent agent or attorney (including but not limited to engineering, chemistry, physics, biology and computer science); and must have at least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale). Applicants are evaluated based on merit. No specific amount.   Ap-plicants must submit ail the required application information.   Clemson University Office of Student Financial Aid, 864-656-2280 or the UNC Charlotte Student Financial Aid Office, 704-687-2461.  
Foundation for the Carolinas (FFTC)
http://www.fftc.org
infor@fftc.org
217 STryon St.
Charlotte, NC 28202
P: 704-973-4500
Law Enforcement Memorial Scholarship Fund To provide financial support for students studying law enforcement at Central Piedmont Community College and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Law enforcement. Applicants must be students at Central Piedmont Community College or the University of North Carolina at Charlotte who have a 2.5 minimum cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale); and majoring in a law enforcement field. Applicants are judged based on academic merit. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit all the required application information.   CPCC Financial Aid Office, 704-330*6942 or the UNC Charlotte Student Financial Aid Office, 704-687-2461.  
Foundation for the Carolinas (FFTC)
http://www.fftc.org
infor@fftc.org
217 STryon St.
Charlotte, NC 28202
P: 704-973-4500
Rotary Public Safety Scholarships To provide financial assistance for the children of Chartotte area public safety personnel. Public service. Appticants must be high school seniors intending to enter a two- year or four-year degree program with a minimum of cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale), whose mother or father are full time employees of the Charlotte Fire Department, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, Mecklenburg County Sheriffs Office or MEDIC with minimum of one year of service. Recipients are selected based on academic performance; financial need; and record of good citizenship as evidenced by school and community involvement beyond required activities. $1,500. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a completed application form; copy of SAR from FAFSA; official transcripts of academic coursework and grades for at least the last two years; four recommendation forms (two from instructors or other school administrators and two from employers or other non-related individuals in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area); one to two-paged typed statement expressing reasons for applying for the scholarship, qualifications, and educational and career goals; and a copy of estimated expense budget for tuition, room and board, books, etc. at the school the applicant wants to attend. March.    
Foundation for Community Association Research
http://www.cairf.org
foundation@caionEine.org
225 Reinekers Ln., Ste. 300
Alexandria, VA 22314
P: 703-548-8600
F: 703-684-1581
Byron Hanke Fellowships To promote positive charge for all stakeholders who live in homeowner associations by discovering future trends and opportunities; to support and conduct research; to facilitate and promote cooperation among industry partners and provide resources that help educate the public. General studies. Appticants must be enrolled in an accredited master's, doctoral or law program in United States of America or Canada. Students in all discipline are welcome to apply provided their research projects or studies are related to community associations. Recipients are selected based on academic achievements; faculty recommendations; research and writing ability; and the nature of the proposed topic and its benefit to the study and understanding of community associations. Maximum amount of $4,000.   Applicants must submit a completed application form and research proposal. May 1. foundation@caion!ine.org.  
Foundation for Enhancing Communities
http://www.ghf.org
dawn@tfec.org
200 N Third St. PO Box 678
Harrisburg, PA 17108-0678
P: 717-236-5040
F: 717-231-4463
Pathways To Success Scholarships To provide high school students a meaningful. educational and highly-involved look at law and law-related career opportunities. Law; Paralegal studies. Applicants must be minority students accepted by (in the case of high school students) or enrolled in an accredited institution of higher learning at its main campus or a branch campus located in Central Pennsylvania. Recipients will be selected based on academic achievement, financial need, and contribution to society and legal profession. $2,500.   Application form can be obtained online. Applicants must provide a copy of high school or college transcript, certified as true and accurate by your guidance counselor. Registrar's Office or equivalent. Applicants must respond to the essay question (maximum of 500 words and typed). If you are in high school, attach a copy of your letter of acceptance to your application. Applicants pursuing post-secondary education should attach a copy of a certification of good standing from the educational institution which they are attending. Submit two letters of recommendation endorsing your candidacy for the Pathways to Success scholarship with your application. Letters of recommendation from teachers, administrators, or community members may be submitted and must reference at least one example of personal interaction with the applicant to underscore the applicant's academic/leadership and/or contribution to community. Must attach a copy of FAFSA Student Aid Report and a signed statement of intention with student and parent/guardian signatures. March 1. Central PA Chapter, Association of Corporate Counsel, c/o Frank Miles, Esq., 27 West Chocolate Ave., Hershey, PA 17033.  
Foundation of the Federal Bar Association
http://www.fedbar.org
fba@fedbar.org
1220 N Fillmore St., Ste. 444
Arlington, VA 22201
P: 571-481-9100
F: 571-481-9090
Foundation Of The Federal Bar Association Public Service Scholarships To provide financial assistance for high school students continuing higher education. General studies. Applicants must be graduating high school seniors planning to attend a four-year college or university; must be students currently enrolled full-time at a four-year college or university; or graduate students enrolled full-time in a graduate or professional degree program. At least one of the applicant's parents or guardians must be a current federal government attorney or federal judge and member of the Federal Bar Association. Applicants are evaluated based on academic record, leadership recognition, school and community activities and service, and compelling essay response o exhibiting both substance and written communication skills. $5,000.   Applicants must submit completed application along with most recent transcripts (official copy); letter of acceptance from their college, university or graduate/ professional school for new enrollees; and an essay. March 15.    
Foundation of the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC)
http://www.iadclaw.org
info@iadclaw.org
303 West Madison, Suite 925
Chicago, IL 60606
P: 312-368-1494
F: 312-368-1854
Gary Walker Memorial Scholarships To advance the future of the defense and corporate bar by providing tuition reimbursement to deserving IADC Trial Academy students. Law. Applicants must be attorneys who have some level of actual trial experience; must have been in trial practice for between 2 and 10 years; and must demonstrate commitment to the advancement of the defense trial bar. Preference is given to minority and women students as well as those demonstrating financial need. Fund includes the registration fee of $2,850 and the housing and meal package of $1,500 to attend the Trial Academy.   Applicants must submit a completed application form available in the website along with a statement of the applicant's actual trial experience (indicating number of trials, nature of the litigation, nature of role in defense team, etc.); copy of resume; list of any professional, civic or volunteer activities that may demonstrate a commitment to the legal profession and the defense bar; description of additional factors supporting scholarship application; and two letters of recommendation from attorneys who have supervised applicant's work. May. Mary Beth Kurzak, One 303 West Madison, Suite 925, Chicago, IL 60606 USA; phone: 312-368-1494; Fax: 312-368-1854; email: mkurzak@ iadclaw.org;  
Fraser Stryker
http://www.fraserstryker.com
fsinfo@fraserstryker.com
Energy Plaza, 409 S 17th St.
Omaha, NE 68102-2663
P: 402-341-6000
F: 402-341-8290
Fraser Stryker Diversity Scholarships To provide financial assistance in the form of college tuition and provide paid internships to students. General studies. Applicants must be of African-American, Asian, Latino or Native-American origins who are graduating seniors at any of the public or private high schools in the greater Omaha area; must have been accepted to an accredited college or university located in the United States; must be college students who have received Fraser Diversity Scholarships in prior years. Recipients are selected based on interest in pursuing a career in law, financial need, top 20% in class rank, SAT scores and academic performance. $2,500.   Applicants must submit a completed application form and evidence of enrollment. March 18. Stephen M. Bruckner at sbruckner@fraserstryker.com, or Sherman P. Willis at swillis@fraserstryker.com.  
The Frederick B. Abramson Memorial Foundation
http://www.abramsonfoundation.org
info@abramsonfoundation.org
PO Box 7810
Washington, DC 20044
P: 202-470-5425
F: 202-318-2482
The Frederick B. Abramson Public Interest Fellowships Awards To honor and further the ongoing value of educational attainment; to further the importance of community service and mentoring, especially for minorities and women; to further the legal representation for disadvantaged individuals and the public interest. Law. Applicants must be graduating law students, judicial law derks, or practicing attorneys wishing to work in public interest law. Recipients are selected based on the determination of the Foundation Board of Directors. $10,000.   Applicants must complete the application form; applicants must submit a resume; two letters of recommendation; confirmation of public interest job; statement of financial responsibilities; statement of interest and career plans. August 18. Fellowship Committee, The Frederick B. Abramson Memorial Foundation, c/o The Bauman Foundation, 2040 S St. NW, Washington, DC 20009. Phone: 202-683- 4816; Fax: 202-326-2003; info@abramsonfoundation.org.  
Fredrikson and Byron, P.A.
http://www.fredlaw.com
jkoneck@fredlaw.com
200 South Sixth Street, Suite 4000
Minneapolis, MN 55402-1425
P: 612-492-7000
F: 612-492-7077
Fredrikson And Byron Foundation Minority Scholarships To sponsor educational opportunities for minority law students. Law. Applicant must be a currently enrolled, first-year minority law student. Selection is based on the application materials submitted. $10,000. 1. Applicants must submit a completed application form along with two written recommendations (Applicant Appraisal Form for Law School Professors or Applicant Appraisal Form for Employers of Other Reference); one writing sample from a first year legal writing course; current law school transcripts; undergraduate transcripts from all undergraduate institutions attended; and a resume. Applicants may apply online. All required materials should be directed to: Greta Larson at glarson@fredlaw.com at the above address. March 31. Greta Larson at glarson@fredlaw.com at the above address.  
Freedom and Justice Foundation
http://www.freeandjust.org
info@freeandjust.org
1925 E Beltline Rd., Ste. 475
Carroiiton, TX 75006
P: 972-365-8214
F: 413-403-2653
Texas Muslims Scholarship Fund [Tmsf] To provide funds to students studying in Texas in underrepresented public affairs fields such as journalism and law. Journalism; Law; Political science; international affairs and relations; Communications. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident; enrolled in an accredited college/university in Texas; be pursuing a law degree or intending to major in political science, international relations, journalism, communications, or another public affairs related field in which Muslims are underrepresented; have completed one year of community service benefiting the American Muslim community either as a voluntary board member of a Muslim nonprofit organization, volunteering at a civic nonprofit organization benefiting all society, or by starting a nonprofit working to benefit the American Muslim community. Selection is based on academic merit and student need. No specific amount. Varies. Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a proof of U.S. citizenship or permanent residency and two letters of recommendation (outside the family). June tmsf@freeandjust.org.  
Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver and Jacobson LLP
http://www.ffhsj.com
maja.hazeil@friedfrank.com
One New York Plaza
New York. NY 10004
P: 212-859-8000
F: 212-859-4000
Fried, Frank. Harris, Shriver And Jacobson Fellowships To support graduating law students and recent law school graduates. Law. Applicant must be a graduating law student or a recent law school graduate (including judicial clerks). Selection is based on the application materials. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a resume, two letters of recommendation (one each from a law school faculty member and an employer), a legal writing sample, a 500-word essay, and a law school transcript. November 1. Maja D. Ha- zell at 212-859-8345 or fellowship®friedfrank.com.  
George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation
http://www.hammanfoundation.org
hammanfdn@aol.com
3336 Richmond, Ste. 310
Houston, TX 77098
P: 713-522-9891
F: 713-522-9693
George And Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation Scholarships To provide undergraduate scholarships for Houston area high school seniors. General studies. Applicants must be Houston area high school seniors who attend schools or are homeschooled in the following eight counties: Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, Montgomery or Waller; must be US citizens. Applicants are evaluated based on scholastic ability and financial need. $15,000. 70. Applicants must write for the one-page scholarship application and the two-page financial qualification statement or it may be downloaded from the website. Completed scholarship applications must be submitted with these documents (in the following order): (1) Finandal Qualification Statement, (2) complete, legible, signed copy of parents'/guardians' and student's most recent federal income tax return (including all schedules) plus, if applicable, corporate or partnership returns, (3) proof of ACT and/or SAT results, and (4) high school transcript (unoflidal is accepted). Mail to: George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation, 3336 Richmond, Ste. 310, Houston, TX 77098. February 28.    
Gibbons P.C .
http://www.gibbonslaw.com
1 Gateway Ctr.
Newark, NJ 07102-5310
P: 973-596-4500
F: 973-596-0545
John J. Gibbons Fellowships In Public Interest And Constitutional Law To provide a law school student with practical experience and training in the public sector. Law. Applicant must be a person of high academic achievement and professional accomplishment, served as a judicial clerk or have been actively working in the field of public interest law. Selection is based on the application materials submitted. No specific amount. Duration: Two years. 1. Applicants must submit a completed application form together with a law school transcript; two letters of recommendation; resume; and a writing sample. February 21. Lawrence S. Lustberg at llustberg@gibbonslaw.com.  
Gonzaga University School of Law
http://www.law.gonzaga.edu
shamion@lawschool.gonzaga.edu
PO Box 3528
Spokane, WA 99220
P: 509-323-3700
Thomas More Scholarships To help individuals in the pursuit of their educational goals. Law. Applicants must be U.S. or Canadian citizens who are entering a law school as first year students; must have a 3.5 GPA or higher and have taken the LSAT. Recipients are selected based on academic achievement, life, and work experience. No specific amount. Duration: One year renewable. 5. Applicants must submit their completed application and two letters of recommendation. March 1. Pam Pschirrer, 509-323-3742, ppschirrer@lawschool. gonzaga.edu.  
Graham & Dunn
http://www.grahamdunn.com
info@grahamdunn.com
Pier 70, 2801 Alaskan Way, Ste. 300
Seattle, WA 98121-1128
P: 206-624-8300
F: 206-340-9599
Graham & Dunn Il Diversity Fellowships To promote diversity in the legal profession. Law. Applicant must be a first year law school student in good standing pursuing a Juris Doctor at an ABA-accredited law; must possess a record of academic, employment, community and/or other achievement indicating potential for success in law school and in the legal profession; must contribute to the diversity of the law school student body and the legal community; must demonstrate commitment to fostering diversity in the legal community; must be able to commit to participation in a 12-week summer clerkship program with the firm; and must be ultimately committed to a long-term pradidng of law in Seattle. Selection is based on the submitted application materials. $7,500. Duration: One academic year.   Applicants must submit a resume, complete transcript of undergraduate grades, first semester law school grades, a short personal statement (maximum of 500 words), a legal writing sample (maximum of 5 pages), and a list of two academic or professional references. January 20. April Upchurch Olsen at the above address.  
Grand Haven Area Community Foundation
http://www.ghacf.org
bpost@ghacf.org
One South Harbor Drive
Grand Haven, Ml 49417
P: 616-842-6378
F: 616-842-9518
Scott A. Flahive Memorial Scholarship Fund To improve and enhance the quality of life in the Tri-Cities area by serving as a leader, catalyst and resource for philanthropy; to strive for community improvement through strategic grantmaking in such fields as arts, education, health, environment, youth, social services and other human needs. Criminal justice. Applicants must be students pursuing career in the field of law enforcement and/or criminal justice. Redpients are selected based on demonstrated academic excellence; financial need; leadership ability; community and volunteer service; creativity; and special circumstances. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit: completed application form; current high school or college transcript; Student Aid Report (SAR) from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), unless applying for scholarships that do not consider finandal need; and letter of recommendation. March 5. 616-842-6378.  
Grand Haven Area Community Foundation
http://www.ghacf.org
bpost@ghacf.org
One South Harbor Drive
Grand Haven, Ml 49417
P: 616-842-6378
F: 616-842-9518
Hierholzer-Fojtik Scholarship Fund To improve and enhance the quality of life in the Tri-Cities area by serving as a leader, catalyst and resource for philanthropy; to strive for community improvement through strategic grantmaking in such fields as the arts, education, health, environment, youth, social services and other human needs. Law. Applicants must be Grand Haven High School graduates planning to pursue law as a career. Redpients are selected based on financial need; academic achievement; leadership ability; creativity; community and volunteer service; and special circumstances. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit: completed application form; current high school or college transcript; Student Aid Report (SAR) from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), unless applying for scholarships that do not consider financial need; and letter of recommendation. March S. 616-842-6378.  
Grand Haven Area Community Foundation
http://www.ghacf.org
bpost@ghacf.org
One South Harbor Drive
Grand Haven, Ml 49417
P: 616-842-6378
F: 616-842-9518
Henry D. And Ruth G. Swartz Family Scholarship Fund To improve and enhance the quality of life in the Tri-Cities area by serving as a leader, catalyst and resource for philanthropy; to strive for community improvement through strategic grantmaking in such fields as arts, education, health, environment, youth, social services and other human needs. Computer and Information Sciences. Applicants must be graduating high school seniors from Grand Haven High School, Spring Lake High School, Holland Christian High School or Western Michigan Christian High School in North Ottawa County; must be pursuing a career in engineering, computer science, pre-law or medicine. Recipients are selected based on leadership ability, community involvement and academic achievement; creativity; financial need; and special circumstances. Preference will be given to those students pursuing a career in engineering, computer science, pre-law and medicine. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit: completed application form; current high school or college transcript; Student Aid Report (SAR) from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA); and letter of recommendation. March 5. 616-842- 6378.  
Grand Rapids Community Foundation (GRCF)
http://www.grfoundation.org
grfound@grfoundation.org
185 Oakes Street SW
Grand Rapids, Ml 49503
P: 616-454-1751
F: 616-454-6455
Peggy Kommer Novosad Scholarships To provide financial support to those students who are in need. Business; Law. Applicants must be residents of Kent County who are currently completing or possess an undergraduate degree from GVSU or MSU and will be pursuing a full-time graduate or post-graduate degree in business or law at any accredited university in Michigan. Appticants must have financial need and a minimum of 3.5 GPA. Preference will be given to those who meet the criteria. No specific amount.   Applicants must check the available website for the required materials. April 1. For further information, applicants must contact Ruth Bishop, Education Program Officer at rbishop@grfoundation.org.  
The Greater Tacoma Community Foundation
http://www.tacomafoundation.org
info@gtcf.org
950 Pacific Ave., Ste. 1100
Tacoma, WA 98402
P: 253-383-5622
F: 253-272-8099
Fuchs-Harden Educational Scholarships Fund To foster generosity by connecting people who care with causes that matter. Engineering; Business Administration; Social sciences. Applicant must be an African American residing in the legal limits of the city of Tacoma, Washington; must be enrolled in and maintain a satisfactory GPA at a college or university in the courses for Business Administration, Engineering, Applied Physics, Dentistry, Medicine, Law, Sociology, Journalism or Home Economics. Recipients are selected based on financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed application form available through R. Merle Palmer Minority Scholarship Fund.   Ms. Becky Gonzales at 253-583-5587 or rgonzal@cloverpark.k12.wa.us.  
Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
http://www.hfpg.org
hfpg@hfpg.org
10 Columbus Boulevard, 8th Floor
Hartford, CT 06106
P: 860-548-1888
F: 860-524-8346
Officer Brian A. Aselton Memorial Scholarships To provide educational assistance for students entering or enrolled as undergraduate students at Manchester Community College. Criminal Justice. Appticants must be Connecticut residents, majoring in Criminal Justice and planning a career in law enforcement. Selection wifi be based on the committee's criteria. $500-$1,000. 1. Appticants may obtain (he application materials from the Manchester Community College. March 1. Donna Nicholson, Coordinator, Criminal Justice Program, Manchester Community College, 60 Bidwell St., Manchester, CT 06040; 860-512-2756; dnicholson@mcc.commnet.edu.  
Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
http://www.hfpg.org
hfpg@hfpg.org
10 Columbus Boulevard, 8th Floor
Hartford, CT 06106
P: 860-548-1888
F: 860-524-8346
John Bell And Lawrence Thornton Scholarship Fund To provide educational assistance for students presently enrolled at Hampton University. General studies. Applicant must be a Greater Hartford resident; must demonstrate academic excellence, financial need, extracurricular activities and community service; must have a GPA of 3.0 and above; and must be rising sophomore and rising junior status. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. No specific amount. Varies. Applicants may obtain application materials from Connecticut River Valley Chapter National Hampton University Alumni Association, Inc. Scholarship Committee, PO Box 2734 Hartford, CT 06146-2734. March 23. hamptonalumnict@yahoo. com.  
Harvard Law School
http://www.law.haward.edu
hrp@law.harvard.edu
1563 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02138
P: 617-495-3100
F: 617-495-9393
Hrp Global Human Rights Fellowships To support the graduating 3Ls, LL.M.s, or recent HLS graduates with a demonstrated commitment to human rights. Human rights. Appticants must be Harvard Law School J.D. students: must be 3Ls expecting to receive the J.D. degree, as well as recent J.D. graduates; must be Harvard Law School LL.M. students who expect to receive the LL.M. degree. Selection of recipients will be based on the application materials. $60,000 plus medical and other benefits. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a curriculum vitae, including information about classes, work and extracurricular activities in public interest and human rights inside and outside of Harvard Law School; a personal statement (500 words maximum) about the applicant's relevant experience, interest, and future aspirations with respect to public interest and human rights work; a project description; a letter and supporting materials from sponsoring organization detailing their purpose, function, and particular interest in the work of the applicant; two or three letters of recommendation, including at least one from an HLS professor; and an HLS transcript. March 11. Human Rights Program, Harvard Law School at 617- 495-9362 or hrp@law.harvard.edu.  
Harvard Law School
http://www.law.haward.edu
hrp@law.harvard.edu
1563 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02138
P: 617-495-3100
F: 617-495-9393
Satter Human Rights Fellowships To enable students to make a significant contribution to addressing human rights violations involving mass atrocities and similar situations during the year of the fellowship and to help students develop careers in human rights. Human rights. Applicants must be Harvard Law School J.D. students: 3Ls expecting to receive the J.D. degree, as well as recent J.D. graduates; must be Harvard Law School LL.M. students who expect to receive the LL.M. degree. Selection of recipients will be based on the application materials. $22,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a curriculum vitae, including information about classes, work and extracurricular activities in public interest and human rights inside and outside of Harvard Law School; a personal statement (500 words maximum) about the applicant's relevant experience, interest, and future aspirations with respect to public interest and human rights work; a project description; a letter and supporting materials from sponsoring organization detailing their purpose, function, and particular interest in the work of the applicant; two or three letters of recommendation including at least one from an HLS professor; and an HLS transcript. March    
Hawaii Pacific Gerontological Society (HPGS)
http://hpgs.org
hpgs.hawaii@gmail.com
PO Box 3714
Honolulu, HI 96812
P: 808-840-1819
Hpgs/Aloh Graduate Scholarships To support graduate, law and medical students registered in a program of study focused on gerontology or geriatrics. Gerontology; Geriatric medicine. Applicants must be graduate, law or medical students at the University of Hawaii, Hawaii Pacific University and Chaminade University who want to pursue careers related to Gerontology and Geriatrics; must have at least two semesters in any graduate program in medicine, law, nursing, social work, psychology, biology, political science, sociology, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, architecture and design at the time of the application; must maintain a 3.0 or higher GPA for the past academic year; and must be residents of Hawaii. Applicants must have demonstrated interest in aging through one or more of the following: (a) currently taking, or having taken, one or more aging-related credit courses or certificate programs; (b) paid professional or para-professional work experience with older adults or in an aging- related setting; (c) attendance at one or more noncredit aging-related courses or seminars; (d) volunteer work or internship in an aging-related community site; (e) work on an aging-related project that the applicants as students initiated; (f) assisting or having assisted by a professor on a research projecl;(g) playing a leadership role in a class or services learning project that helps older persons. Preference will be given to students who meet the scholarship criteria and provide evidence offinancial need. $1,000. Duration: One year. 1. Application forms are available online. Applicants must submit evidence of finandal need and proof of residency in the State of Hawaii; must provide a copy of recommendation letter from their academic adviser, former professor, instructor, or supervisor at their internship or volunteer site; must submit an essay that addresses their qualifications for receiving the scholarship, including experience in and dedication to the field of gerontology, their future career plans, and financial need; must have a copy of latest community college or university transcript and a valid ID. May.    
Health Resources and Services Administration - Bureau of Health Professions
http://bhpr.hrsa.gov
ask@hrsa.gov
5600 Fishers Ln.
Rockville, MD 20857
P: 888-275-4772
Scholarships For Disadvantaged Students To provide scholarships for full-time, financially needy students from disadvantaged backgrounds who are enrolled in health professions and nursing programs. Health sciences. Applicant must be an individual from a disadvantaged background as defined by the US Department of Health and Human Services and must come from an environment that has inhibited the individual from obtaining the knowledge, skill and abilities required to enroll in and graduate from a health professions school, or from a program providing education or training in an allied health profession; or must come from a family with an annual income below low income thresholds according to family size published by the US Bureau of Census, adjusted annually for changes in the Consumer Price Index, and adjusted by the Secretary, HHS, for use in health professions and nursing programs; must be a citizen, national, or a lawful permanent resident of the United States. Schools are responsible (or selecting scholarship recipients, making reasonable determinations of need, and providing scholarships that do not exceed the cost of attendance (tuition, reasonable educational expenses and reasonable living expenses). No specific amount.   All applicants must submit an electronic application. Required supporting documentation is available within the online application and includes: a verification of acceptance/good standing report and data collection for tuition and fees; an authorization to release information; form W-4; standard form 1199A (EG) direct deposit sign up form; and a signed contract.   HRSA at the above address.  
Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois
http://www.hlai.org
communications@hlai.org
321 South Plymouth Court, Ste. 600
Chicago, IL 60604
P: 312-345-9200
Barbri Scholarships For Bar Preparation To help increase excellence among individuals pursuing careers in the legal field. Law. Program is open to postgraduation law students that secure legal or related employment with a government agency, a non-profit organization, or public interest agency intending to apply in a BARBRI preparation course. Scholarship is given based on merit. $5G0-$1,000.   Applicants may download application form at HLAI website. Complete and submit the application form (including the two short essays about the applicant's commitment to public interest law and to serving the legal and social needs of the Hispanic community). Applicants must also provide a copy of law school transcript. April 7. Christina Lopez-Nutzman; Wessels and Pautsch, P.C. 35 West Monroe, Suite 1120 Chicago, IL 60603; 312-629-9300 chlopez@chgo.w- p.com.  
Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois
http://www.hlai.org
communications@hlai.org
321 South Plymouth Court, Ste. 600
Chicago, IL 60604
P: 312-345-9200
Kaplan Scholarships To help increase excellence among individuals pursuing careers in the legal field. Law. Program is open to law students that demonstrate a genuine interest in pursuing a legal career. Scholarship is given based on merit. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit completed application (available at the website) and submit along with two short essays about your commitment to public interest law and to serving the legal and social needs of the Hispanic community. Applicants must also provide a copy of law school transcript. April 7. Christina Lopez-Nutzman; Wessels and Pautsch, P.C. 35 West Monroe, Suite 1120 Chicago, IL 60603; 312-629-9300 chlopez@chgo.w-p.com.  
Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA)
http://www.hnba.com
1001 Connecticut Ave. NW, Ste. 507
Washington, DC 20036
P: 202-223-4777
F: 202-223-2324
ABA Legal Opportunity Scholarship Funds To promote diversity in the legal profession by providing financial assistance to law students attending an ABA-accredited law school. Law. Applicants must be students entering their first year in law school; must have achieved a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5 on a grading scale at their undergraduate degree at the time the application is submitted; must be citizens or permanent residents of the USA. Com-mittee of ABA members will select the recipients based on their application and financial need. $5,000 renewable up to $15,000. Duration: One year.   Appticants must complete the attached application form and must have the following documents: personal statement, recommendation, transcript, and personal, family and educational background. March 2.    
Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF)
http://www.hsf.net
info@hsf.net
55 Second St., Ste. 1500
San Francisco, CA 94105
P: 877-473-4636
F: 415-808-2302
HSF/Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Scholarship Program To provide financial assistance for students of Hispanic heritage. Marketing and distribution; Accounting; Business; Finance; Management; Computer and information sciences; Information science and technology; Civil engineering; Construction; Electrical engineering; Geology; Engineering, Indus-trial; Fashion design; Law; Applicant must be of Hispanic heritage; U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident with a valid permanent resident card or passport stamped 1-551; enrolled as sophomore, junior, senior undergraduate or First or Second year Master student in a full-time degree-seeking program at an accredited U.S. institution, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands or Guam; have a minimum GPA on a 4.0 scale; must apply for Federal Financing Aid; pursuing his/her first undergraduate or graduate degree. Undergraduate students must be majoring in: Marketing, Accounting, Business, Finance, Management, Computer Science, Computer Programming, Information Technology (IT), Civil Engineering, Construction, Electrical Engineering, Environmental/Geological Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Fashion. Master's students must be majoring in: Business, Finance, Marketing, Civil Engineering, Construction, Electrical Engineering, Environmental/Geological Engineering and Law. Applicants who best meet the requirements will be given preference. $2,500.   Applications must be submitted using the HSF online application system.     In partnership with Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine (HHRC)
http://www.hhrc.uma.edu
infohhrc@maine.edu
46 University Drive
Augusta, ME 04330-1644
P: 207-621-3530
Lawrence Alan Spiegel Remembrance Scholarships To provide financial assistance for high school students residing in Maine. General studies. Applicants must be high school seniors or home-schoolers who are residents of Maine and who have been accepted at any accredited and Title IV eligible college, university or technical school. Applicants are evaluated by a panel of judges based on submitted essay. $1,000.   Applicants must write an essay on 'Why is it important that the remembrance, history and lessons of the Holocaust be passed to a new generation?' The essay must not exceed four pages, must be double-spaced and be accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope and a completed application. March 31.    
Horatio Alger Association
http://www.horatioalger.com
99 Canal Ctr. Plaza, Ste. 320
Alexandria, VA 22314
P: 703-684-9444
F: 703-548-3822
Horatio Alger Delaware Scholarships To provide financial assistance to students in the state of Delaware. General studies. Applicants must be full time high school seniors, progressing normally toward graduation and planning to enter college no later than the fall following graduation; must have a strong commitment to pursue a bachelor's degree at an accredited institution (students may start their studies at a two- year institution and then transfer to a four-year institution); must have critical finandal need ($50,000 or less adjusted gross income per family is preferred; if higher, an explanation must be provided); must be involved in co-curricular and community activities; must have a minimum grade point average of 2.0; be residents of Delaware and be citizens of the United States. Redpients will be selected based on financial need. $5,000. 5. Applicants must have one letter of support and must be logged in to the application process at the HAA website. Faxes/e-mails will not be accepted. Students must download the certification page from the HAA web site, complete it and obtain the proper signatures prior to mailing.     Funded through the generosity of Michele Rollins and her children Michele, Monique, Michael and Marc.
Houston Intellectual Property Law Association (HIPLA)
http://www.hipla.org
howard@hspeight.com
c/o Howard Speight, Sec. 9601 Katy Freeway, Ste. 280
Houston, TX 77024
P: 713-881-9600
F: 713-715-7384
HIPLA Judicial Fellowships To promote development and understanding of the Intellectual Property Law to law students. Law. Applicant must be a fulltime student at the University of Law Center, the Thurgood Marshall School of Law or the South Texas College of Law who is not receiving law school credit for his/her internship and intends to practice intel-lectual property law. The applicant must be a U.S. citizen have completed at least 30 hours of course work at the time the internship begins and have a GPA average that ranks in the top half of the applicant's law school class. Selection is based on student's qualifications and on submitted application materials. $3,000. Duration: At least six weeks.   Applicants must submit a resume, a letter describing interest in intellectual property law, a letter from the court or USPTO stating that student has been accepted for an internship and a description of any circumstances to be considered.   Application form and supporting documents must be submitted to Bryan Adams at the above address.  
Houston Intellectual Property Law Association (HIPLA)
http://www.hipla.org
howard@hspeight.com
c/o Howard Speight, Sec. 9601 Katy Freeway, Ste. 280
Houston, TX 77024
P: 713-881-9600
F: 713-715-7384
HIPLA Scholarships For University Of Houston Law Center Students To support students interested in intellectual property. Law. Applicant must be a University of Houston Law Center student who has demonstrated interest in intellectual property law, has completed at least 30 hours of law study and has not previously received a HIPLA scholarship or fellowship. Consideration will be given to students who have interned for a Houston Federal Judge, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, or the USPTO. $3,000. Up to 3. Application materials, including transcript and a copy of financial aid award, should be returned to the Office of Student Services or sent via electronic mail to As-sociate Dean Sondra Tennessee at stennessee@uh. edu. October 15. Sondra Tennessee at stennessee@uh.edu.  
Human Rights Campaign (HRC)
http://www.hrc.org
membership@hrc.org
1640 Rhode Island Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20036-3278
P: 202-628-4160
F: 202-347-5323
Mccleary Law Fellows Program To provide training opportunities for law students. Law. Applicant must possess a strong academic record at an accredited American law school, excellent interpersonal, legal research and writing skills and an interest in civil rights, policy and/or nonprofit lawyering. 1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls and LL.M. candidates are eligible. Selection is based on the submitted application materials. No specific amount. Duration: 11-13 weeks. Up to 4. Applicants must submit, via e-mail, a cover letter; resume; brief legal writing sample (five pages or less); names of two references and; a law school transcript to lawfellowship@hrc.org. Fall Law Fellowships: First Tuesday in July; Spring Law Fellowships: First Tuesday in November; Summer Law Fellowships: 2L-First Tuesday in January; 1L- First Tuesday in February. Sarah Warbelow at lawfellowship@hrc.org.  
Human Rights Watch (HRW)
http://www.hrw.org
hnwnyc@hrw.org
350 Fifth Ave., 34th FI.
New York, NY 10118-3299
P: 212-290-4700
F: 212-736-1300
Alan R. And Barbara D. Finberg Fellowships To support and mentor graduates of law schools or graduates of journalism, international relations, area studies, or other relevant disciplines. Law; Journalism; International affairs and relations; Area and ethnic studies. Applicant must be a graduate (at the master's level) in the fields of law, journalism, international relations, or other relevant studies; must have exceptional analytic skills, an ability to write and speak clearly; must be committed working in the human rights field in the future; must be proficient in one language in addition to English; and must be familiar with countries or regions where serious human rights violations occur. Selection is based on applicant's qualifications and submitted application materials. $55,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a complete application packet which includes a cover letter; resume (curriculum vitae); two letters of recommendation; at least one unedited, unpublished writing sample; and an official law or graduate school transcript. Applications should be sent by e-mail, under a single cover and as PDF files with the name of the fellowship being applied in the subject line. October 8. 212-2S0-4700 x-312 or fellowship@hrw.org. Established in memory of Alan R. and Barbara D. Fin- berg, early supporters of Human Rights Watch.
Human Rights Watch (HRW)
http://www.hrw.org
hnwnyc@hrw.org
350 Fifth Ave., 34th FI.
New York, NY 10118-3299
P: 212-290-4700
F: 212-736-1300
Aryeh Neier Fellowships To support and mentor recent law school graduates. Law. Applicant must be a recent law school graduate or who will have graduated by June; must have exceptional analytic skills and an ability to write and speak clearly; must be committed in working in the human rights field in the future; must be proficient in one language in addition to English; and must be familiar with countries or regions where serious human rights violations occur. Selection is based on applicant's qualifications and submitted application materials. 55,000. Duration: Two years.   Applicants must submit a complete application packet which must include a cover letter; resume (curriculum vitae); two letters of recommendation; at least one unedited, unpublished writing sample; and an official law or graduate school transcript. Applications should be sent by e-mail, under single cover and as PDF files with the name of the fellowship being applied in the subject tine. October 10. 212-290-4700 x-312 or fellowship @ hnv.org.  
Human Rights Watch (HRW)
http://www.hrw.org
hnwnyc@hrw.org
350 Fifth Ave., 34th FI.
New York, NY 10118-3299
P: 212-290-4700
F: 212-736-1300
NYU School Of Law Fellowships At Hrw To support and mentor graduates of New York University School of Law. Law. Applicant must be a J.D. graduate of New York University School of Law who has exceptional analytic skills; has an ability to write and speak cleaily; is committed working in the human rights field in the future; is proficient in one language in addition to English; and is familiar with countries or regions where serious human rights violations occur. Selection is based on applicant's qualification and submitted application materials. $55,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a complete application packet which must include a cover letter; resume (curriculum vitae); two letters of recommendation; at least one unedited, unpublished writing sample; and an official law or graduate school transcript. Applications should be sent by e-mail, under a single cover and as PDF files with the name of the fellowship being applied in the subject line. October 10. 212- 290-4700 x-312 or feIlowship@hrw.org.  
Human Rights Watch (HRW)
http://www.hrw.org
hnwnyc@hrw.org
350 Fifth Ave., 34th FI.
New York, NY 10118-3299
P: 212-290-4700
F: 212-736-1300
Leonard H. Sandler Fellowships To support and mentor graduates of Columbia Law School. Law. Applicant must be a J.D. graduate of Columbia Law School; must have exceptional analytic skills and an ability to write and speak clearly; must be committed working in the human rights field in the future; must be proficient in one language in addition to English; and must be familiar with countries or regions where serious human rights violations occur. Selection is based on applicant's qualification and submitted application materials. $55,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a complete application packet which must include a cover letter; resume (curriculum vitae); two letters of recommendation; at least one unedited, unpublished writing sample; and an official law or graduate school transcript. Applications should be sent by e-mail, under a single cover and as PDF files with the name of the fellowship being applied in the subject line. October 10. 212- 290-4700 x-312 or fellowship@hnv.org. Established in memory of Judge Leonard H. Sandler, a 1950 Columbia Law graduate with a lifelong commitment to civil rights and liberties.
Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC)
http://www.collegezone.com
isac.collegezone@isac.illinois.gov
1755 Lake Cook Rd.
Deerfield. IL 60015-5209
P: 800-899-4722
Illinois Student Assistance Commission Nursing Education Scholarships To provide financial assistance to qualified individuals pursuing an associate degree in nursing, an associate degree in applied sciences in nursing, a hospital-based diploma in nursing, a baccalaureate degree in nursing, a graduate degree in nursing or a certificate in practical nursing. Nursing. Applicant must be a resident of Illinois for at least one year prior to application; must be a citizen or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States; must be enrolled in or accepted for enrollment on at least a half-time basis in an approved program of graduate professional nursing education or practical nursing at an eligible Illinois college; must have applied for Federal Student Financial Aid to determine the expected family contribution (EFC); not be in default on any student loan, nor owe a refund in any state or federal grant; must comply with federal Selective Service registration requirements; must be in need of financial assistance based on applicant's Student Aid Report. Recipients will be selected based on the following (1) Renewal recipients will receive preference; (2) If the number of qualified applicants exceeds the number of scholarships to be awarded, priority in awarding scholarships will be given to students who: (a) Have the greatest financial need per the Student Aid Report; (b) Are fulltime or closest to full-time students; (c) Have the fewest number of credit hours remaining to complete their nursing degree; (c) Already have an associate degree or hospital-based diploma in nursing or a certificate in practical nursing and are pursuing a higher degree; (d) Have the highest cumulative grade point average as documented on an official transcript or other official school form.; (3) When all criteria are equal, a lottery may be used to determine scholarships. No specific amount.   Applicant must submit a completed, signed and dated application form prior to the deadline; must have a copy of his/her Illinois-registered professional nurse license or Illinois practical nurse license; must include a current copy of an official transcript or other current official school form that indicates a cumulative grade point average; must include a copy of a current Student Aid Report (SAR) that indicates an estimated financial contribution. A current SAR is required, even if you are not eligible for or have not applied for other financial assistance. May 31.    
Indiana Bar Foundation (IBF)
http://www.inbf.org
info@inbf.org
230 E Ohio St., Ste. 400
Indianapolis, IN 46204
P: 317-269-2415
F: 317-269-2420
Joseph T. Helling Scholarship Fund To provide scholarships to young attorneys in Indiana. Law. Applicant or nominee must be actively practicing law in Indiana; must be admitted to the practice of law less than five years; must be a member of the Indiana State Bar Association. Selection will be based on the following traits and principles: community involvement; public service, including a demonstrated dedication to work related endeavors that benefit the less fortunate in society; demonstrated commitment to professionalism and civility in the legal profession and an interest in promoting the profession through local and state bar associations and bar foundations; dedication to the legal profession equaled to his/her dedication to family. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed application/nomination form. Applicants must also submit a concise typewritten paragraph describing the accomplishments, contributions and/or initiatives of the nominee in the areas addressed by the award criteria indicating the significance of their impact. September.   Established by Nancy J. Gargula, Cynthia L. Chandler and Douglas J. Helling in honor of their father, Joseph T. Helling, who practiced law in South Bend, Indiana for more than 40 years.
Indiana Bar Foundation (IBF)
http://www.inbf.org
info@inbf.org
230 E Ohio St., Ste. 400
Indianapolis, IN 46204
P: 317-269-2415
F: 317-269-2420
Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum Scholarship Fund To meet the educational needs of attorney and to provide much needed relief to those facing a financial crunch. Law. Applicant must be a member in good standing with the Indiana Slate Bar Association. Selection will be based on submitted application. No Specific amount.   Applicant must submit an application including a description of scholarship need, addressing any financial, family, health or other factors that necessitate financial help. Applicant should also describe how the particular ICLEF course will benefit the individual and his or her law career. Applicant must submit their application at least two weeks.      
Indiana Broadcasters Association (IBA)
http://www.indianabroadcasters.org
indba@aol.com
3003 E 98th St.. Ste. 161
Indianapolis, IN 46280
P: 317-573-0119
F: 317-573-0895
Indiana Broadcasters Association For College Scholarship Program To promote cooperation and understanding among broadcasters, both radio and television as well as among businesses and other organizations associated with the broadcast industry; to foster and promote the development of the art of broadcasting; to encourage and promote customs and practices which will be in the best interests of the public and the broadcasting industry; to protect members in every lawful and proper manner from injuries and unjust actions; and to act as a contact with other broadcast associations. Broadcasting. Applicants must have an overall 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale; must be residents of Indiana; must be current college students; and must be actively participating in a college broadcast facility or working for a commercial broadcast facility while attending an IBA Member Educational Institution. Recipients are selected based on academic performance. No spedfic amount.   Applicants must complete the Transcript Request Form and application form and send them to the College Records Office. March 4. Ap-plication form and supporting documents should be sent to Scholarship Administrator at the above address.  
Indiana Broadcasters Association (IBA)
http://www.indianabroadcasters.org
indba@aol.com
3003 E 98th St.. Ste. 161
Indianapolis, IN 46280
P: 317-573-0119
F: 317-573-0895
Indiana Broadcasters Association High School Scholarship Program To promote cooperation and understanding among broadcasters, both radio and television as well as among businesses and other organizations associated with the broadcast industry; to foster and promote the development of the art of broadcasting; to encourage and promote customs and practices which will be in the best interests of the public and the broadcasting industry; to protect members in every lawful and proper manner from injuries and unjust actions; and to act as a contact with other broadcast assodations. Broadcasting. Applicants must have an overall 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale; must be residents of Indiana; must be second-semester seniors at an Indiana High school planning to attend an Indiana post-secondary school; must be actively participating in a high school broadcast facility while attending an Indiana high school; and must have received credit in a High School Broadcasting, Telecommunications or Broadcast Journalism course. Recipients are selected based on academic performance. Applicant's essay will be used for evaluating their interest in continuing an education in telecommunications or broadcast journalism. No spedfic amount.   Applicants must complete the application form and the High School Transcript Request Form and send them to the high school records office. March 4. 317-573- 0119.  
Indigenous Bar Association (IBA)
http://www.indigenousbar.ca
achalmers@indigenousbar.ca
c/o Anne Chalmers 70 Pineglen Crescent
Ottawa, ON, Canada K2G 0G8
P: 613-224-1529
IBA Law Student Scholarship Foundation Scholarships To provide assistance to qualified individuals who want to pursue their education. Law. Applicant must be an Indigenous law student currently enrolled in law school who, at a minimum, has substantially completed their first year of legal studies; must have demonstrated interest in serving the Indigenous community and the creator with honor and integrity. Recipient will be selected based on financial need, academic merit and commitment to Indigenous legal matters. $2,000. Duration: One year.   Applicant must complete the application form available online; must submit a short personal essay describing why they should receive the scholarship, including finandal need, community involvement, as well as his/her goals and career aspirations; must enclose two letters of recommendations. Application form and other supporting documents must be sent to Anne Chalmers. June 30. Anne Chalmers, Phone: 613-224-1529; email: achalmers @ indigenousbar.ca.  
Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO)
http://www.ipo.org
info@ipo.org
1501 M St. NW Ste, 1150
Washington, DC 20005
P: 202-507-4500
F: 202-507-4501
Donald W. Banner Corporate Intern Scholarships To improve knowledge and education in intellectual property rights and to recognize outstanding achievement in the fields of invention, creativity, and IP rights. Law. Applicants must be law students who have completed an internship in a corporate intellectual property law department and are intending to pursue a career in intellectual property law. Recipients are selected based on scholastic standing. $10,000. 2. Applicants must complete the scholarship application form.   202-507-4500.  
International Association of Arson Investigators (IAAI)
http://www.firearson.conn
aj.wilson@firearson.com
2111 Baldwin Ave., Ste. 203
Crofton, MD 21114
P: 410-451-3473
F: 410-451-9049
John Charles Wilson Scholarships To foster, support and promote fire prevention and arson awareness through education and training. Fires and fire prevention. Applicants must be members or immediate family members in good standing of the International Association of Arson Investigators (AIIA); must be recommended and sponsored by an IAAI member; and be enrolled in a two or four-year accredited college or university that offers courses in police or fire science including fire investigation and related subjects. Recipients are selected based on academic performance, financial need and recommendation. $1,000.   Applicants must submit completed the application form; certified transcripts; and an original essay of 500 words or less providing background information and future plans in police and fire sciences and related- fields. Essay must be typed or handwritten and be on 1/2"x 11" plain white paper. February 15.    
International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA)
http://www.ialeia.org
admin@ialeia.org
PO Box 13857
Richmond, VA 23225

F: 804-565-2059
Jorge Espejal Contreras Memorial Scholarships To strive for professionalism in the intelligence field by promoting career development and continued education. Intelligence Service; Statistics; Criminal Justice. Program is open to active IALEIA members or immediate family members enrolled in an intelligence, analysis, criminal justice or other related undergraduate or graduate program at an accredited academic institution; must be based on full-time or part-time enroll-ment in an accredited college/university and can be on campus or via distance-teaming. Recipients are selected based on the eligibility status evalu-ated through the quality of the essay (minimum of words), its originality and its complete response to addressing the required topic, complete check for grammar, punduation and spelling. $1,000. 2. Applicants should download application from the IALEIA website and submit to the IALEIA Training, Education, and Career Development Committee. Eligible submissions must be provided in English. Applicants must submit their work eledronically to the attention of the TE&CD Director and a signed original copy to be mailed. Application must include a mandatory 1,000- 1,500-word essay on: The Future of Law Enforcement Intelligence as a Profession.   IALEIA Scholarship Program, Attn: IALEIA TE&CD, 705 Somerset Drive, El Paso, Texas 79912, USA.  
International Association of Law Libraries (IALL)
http://www.iall.org
bvaccaro@umich.edu
c/o Barbara Garavaglia, Sec. University of Michigan Law Library
Ann Arbor, Ml 48109
  International Association Of Law Libraries Scholarship Program To enable law librarians who are normally unable to benefit from the association's activities to attend the Annual Course in International Law Librarianship that forms the annual conference of the association. Law. Applicants must be in current employment in librarianship with significant legal context to their work; applicants need not to be members of the association. Recipients are selected based on demonstrated promise to make a significant contribution to the profession of law librarianship. Preference is given to applicants who cannot otherwise attend the conference without the scholarship; who have not yet received in IALL bursary or scholarship in the past years of the program; and who have not attended a conference outside their own country. Program is not open to officers or members of the Board of the As- sodation. $1,500.   Applicants must submit a full resume including name and qualifications; full contact details induding an e-mail address; letter of application and personal statement; at least two reference letters; an itemized estimate of expenses for attending the conference including airfare, ground transportation, hotel and food. June 10. Barbara Garavaglia, bvaccaro@umich.edu.  
International Association of Women Police
http://www.iawp.org
dfriedl@loweIlma.gov
c/o Deborah Friedl, Exec. Dir. 50 Arcand Dr.
Lowell, MA 01852
P: 978-937-3240
Iawp International Recognition And Scholarship Awards To increase the understanding about the roles of women officers in various countries; to encourage participation in the International Association of Women Police by all countries of the world; to promote membership through the recipient of this award within the region; to increase the understanding and awareness of women in law enforcement and the International Association of Women Police; and to recognize the accomplishments of a women officer from outside North America. Law enforcement. Applicants must be women and members of the police organization. Recipients are selected based on pre-selected criteria including completeness of application, evidence of policing skills, interest in increasing awareness and understanding of the role of women in law enforcement, willingness to network and ability to communicate with other conference attendees. $500 to use.   Applicants must submit a personal information including the name, rank, assignment, police organization and contact information; biography including education, employment history and interest; a letter of support from the applicant's senior officer or administrator indicating how long they have known the applicant and the basis of the recommendation; and a letter of application written by applicants showing why they deserve to receive the scholarship award. April 30. International Association of Women Police at the above address.  
International Center for Not-for-Profit Law (ICNL)
http://www.icnl.org
icnlnet@counterpart.org.kg
1126 16th St. NW, Ste. 400
Washington, DC 20036
P: 202-452-8600
F: 202-452-8555
Internships In International Civil Society Law To provide financial assistance to develop projects that reflect student interests and skills and to assist with the student's career development. Law. Applicants should be enrolled in an accredited law school. Good research, writing and analytical skills and foreign language is a plus eligibility. Decisions will be made on a rolling basis. No specific amount. Duration: Ten weeks. 1. Applicants must submit a resume, writing sample and a cover letter. September 30. Elaine Scudder at escudder@icnl.org.  
International Center for Not-for-Profit Law (ICNL)
http://www.icnl.org
icnlnet@counterpart.org.kg
1126 16th St. NW, Ste. 400
Washington, DC 20036
P: 202-452-8600
F: 202-452-8555
Spring Internships In International Civil Society Law To provide financial assistance to students seeking a unique opportunity to be involved in the promotion of an enabling legal environment for civil society, freedom of association and public participation around the world. Law. Applicants must come from Washington, DC; must be enrolled in an accredited law school; must possess good research, writing and analytical skitls; and must have demonstrable individual initiative and ability to work as part of a team. Applicants are evaluated based on criteria designed by the Internship Selection Committee. No specific amount.   Appticants must submit a cover letter, resume and writing samples (not longer than 5 pages). August 31. Elaine Scrudder at escudder@icnl.org.  
International Franchise Association (IFA)
http://www.franchise.org
1501 K St. NW, Ste. 350
Washington, DC 20005
P: 202-628-8000
F: 202-628-0812
Franchise Law Diversity Scholarship Awards To recognize and support academic achievement among diverse law students. Law. Applicants must be enrolled in an ABA-accredited law schools. Applicants must have 2L or 3L status during the period of the scholarship, and they must be enrolled in at least one course oriented towards franchise law (e.g., Torts, Unfair Trade Practices, Trade Secrets, Antitrust, Trademarks, Contracts, Agency, Securities). Applicants must be considered members of diverse groups (African American, American Indian, Hispanic American, Asian American or Gay/Lesbian). Preferences will be given to those students who are in need. $4,000. Duration: One year. 1. Applicants must submit completed application form along with a certified academic transcript; resume; typed essay; two letters of personal recommendation; and copy of a photo ID (driver's license, etc.). October 15. Contact; Miriam L. Brewer, Director of Diversity, IFA Educational Foundation, 1501 K Street, N.W., Suite 350 Washington, DC 20005.  
International Municipal Lawyers Association (IMLA)
http://www.lmla.org
info@imla.org
7910 Woodmont Ave., Ste. 1440
Bethesda, MD 20814
P: 202-466-5424
F: 202-785-0152
International Municipal Lawyers Association Canadian Scholarships To provide opportunities for the improvement of law practice by supporting young Canadian lawyers intending to attend an IMLA Conference. Law. Eligibility is limited to a lawyer in Canada, a significant component of whose practice in the last 12 months has been municipal law, and who is under 40 years of age as of December 31, 2010. Eligibility is not restricted to IMLA members. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. Fund covers most of the usual IMLA Conference expenses: event registration, hotel and airfare.   Interested applicants may apply by writing to IMLA. Applications must include the following information: name, ad-dress, e-mail address, fax number and telephone number; details of the applicant's municipal law experience including approximate percentage of the applicant's practice spent on municipal law; a proposal of not less than 300 words describing the applicant's topic/presentation on Canadian municipal law; a statement certifying that the applicant is under 40 years of age within set date; and a brief sample of the applicant's written work. Completed application package must be faxed and e-mailed in to Sophia Stadnyk. July 27. Sophia Stad- nyk 202-466-5424 ext. 108; Fax: 202-785-0152; email: sstadnyk@imla.org.  
International Paralegal Management Association (IPMA)
http://www.paralegalmanagement.org
info@paralegalmanagement.org
PO Box 659
Avondale Estates, GA 30002-0659
P: 404-292-4762
F: 404-521-4233
Therese A. Cannon Educational Scholarships To assist members in continuing their education through advanced formal training. Paralegal studies. Applicants must be any regular, associate, life or emeritus IPMA member. Committee will select appticants based on Content, Writing Skills and Persuasiveness. $1000. 1. Applicant must complete the application form (available at the website) and submit it along with a one page essay. August 7. awards @parale- galmanagement.org. The scholarship was created to honor Teri Cannon's dedicated service to the IPMA and to recognize her commitment to the education of paralegal and paralegal management.
International Trademark Association (INTA)
http://www.inta.org
info@inta.org
655 3rd Ave., 10th FI.
New York, NY 10017
P: 212-642-1742
F: 212-768-7796
International Trademark Association- Ladas Memorial Awards To provide incentives to students and professionals to further develop their interest in the field of trademark law. Law. Awards are open to students, practitioners and academics interested in trademarks and trademark law. Recipients will be selected based on nature, breadth and timeliness of the subject(s) addressed; originality of the subject and thought; extent of the research and scholarship; and quality of writing. $2,000 each. 2. Applicants must submit an original unpublished manuscript or published articles that are submitted or otherwise come to the attention of INTA no longer than one year prior to the deadline. The subject of the paper must affect or be related to trademarks. Applicants must include a cover page. Foreign students must submit proof of university enrollment. January 17. Papers must be submitted to ladasaward@inta.org.  
Iranian American Bar Association (IABA)
http://www.iaba.us
iaba@iaba.us
1025 Connecticut Ave. NW, Ste. 1012
Washington, DC 20036
  Iranian American Bar Association Scholarships To recognize the commitment of law students to the advancement of the Iranian American community. Law. Applicants must be of Iranian heritage or committed to the advancement of the Iranian American community and lABA's mission; must be enrolled in an accredited law school in U.S.; must be in the position to accept the scholarship in the school year for which it is being awarded; and must be full-time students. Applicants will be judged based on merit and financial need. $2,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a duly completed National Scholarship Application Form; a detailed resume; a statement or essay written by the applicant (no more than one single-sided 1.5-spaced typewritten page); and official law school and college transcripts. April 1. Rebekah Azar Rashidfarokhi, scholarship@iaba.us.  
Islamic Scholarship Fund (ISF)
http://www.islamicscholarshipfund.org
PO Box 802
Alamo, CA 94507
P: 650-995-6782
Islamic Scholarship Fund (Isf] Scholarships To encourage Muslim students to pursue college or post-graduate degrees in humanities, social sciences, liberal arts and law. Humanities; Social sciences; Liberal arts; Law. Applicants must be Muslims; must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents; have been accepted to top ranked four-year colleges or universities in the United States for undergraduate and post-graduate Law and Legal Information Directory, 24tl) Editio studies; have a minimum 3.4 grade point average; be active members of their community; have a college junior standing or above. Selection will be based on academic record; school activities; extracurricular activities especially in the Muslim community; personal interview; and other factors that help in distinguishing the applicant based on the information submitted. $1,000-$10,000.   Applicant must submit a completed application form; an essay; official college transcripts; three recommendation letters to be sent to the selection committee: two from representatives of academic institutions and one from the applicant's Muslim organization or mosque; acceptance letter from an accredited four-year college or university for full-time studies indicating the student's major for junior college transfer. March 21.    
Italian American Lawyers Association (IALA)
http://www.iala.info
jcapeloto@capelotolaw.com
315 W Arden Ave., Ste. 28
Glendale, CA 91203
P: 818-548-7788
F: 818-548-7737
Italian American Lawyers Association Annual Scholarships To inspire excellence in the practice of law by rendering financial aid and assistance for individuals intending to pursue legal education. Law. Program is open to individuals pursuing legal education. Award is given based on academic achievement, potential contribution to the Italian-American Community and financial need. The selection will be made based upon the quality of applicants received each year. $3,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit completed application available in the website and must provide a copy of their transcript. In some cases, applicants may also be asked to attend a personal interview. September 30. J. Sheldon Capeloto, Esq. at the above address.  
Japanese American Bar Association (JABA)
http://www.jabaonline.org
dnishiura@dfi.ca.gov
PO Box 86812
Los Angeles, CA 90086
P: 213-897-2160
Japanese American Bar Association Scholarships To encourage pursuits in legal education among law students with ethnic backgrounds. Law. Applicants must be law students of various ethnic backgrounds. Scholarship is given based on academic achievement, financial need, overcoming adversity, and desire to practice law in the Southern California. $1,500.   Applicants must submit completed application along with their most recent law school transcript, current resume and a personal statement of no more than 500 words. January 4. James Toma, Scholarship Co-Chair, at tomajm @ hotmail.com.  
Japanese American Citizens League (JACL)
http://www.jad.org
jacl@jad.org
1765 Sutter St.
San Francisco, CA 94115
P: 415-921-5225
F: 415-921-4671
Minoru Yasui Memorial Scholarships To provide finandal assistance for qualified individuals. Human rights; Civil rights; Sociology; Law; Education. Applicant must be an active National JACL member at either an individual or studsnt/youth level; must be planning to attend full-time at a college, university, trade school, business school or any other institution of higher learning within the United States at the graduate school level. Preference will be given to students with a strong interest in human rights and civil rights. $60,000. Duration: One year.   Application forms are available online at www.jacl.org/join.html. April 1.    
Jewish Vocational Service (JVS)
http://www.jvschicago.org
jvs@jvschicago.org
216 West Jackson Blvd., Suite 700
Chicago, IL 60606
P: 312-673-3400
F: 312-553-5544
Jewish Federation Academic Scholarships To support the education of a Jewish college or graduate student. Medicine; Education; Social work; Arts; Public health; Urban affairs/ design/planning; Law. Applicant must be a Jewish; be bom or raised in either: Cook County, Chicago metropolitan area, or Northwest Indiana; or have one continuous year of full-time employment in Cook County or Chicago metropolitan area prior to starting professional education; must intend to remain in the Chicago metropolitan area after completing school; must be entering as a full-time student in an accredited professional graduate program or entering as junior or senior undergraduate student at an accredited professional education program; and must be demonstrating career promise in a helping profession. Award is given based on need. More than $500,000 each year.   Applicants must submit a completed Application Data Form; Career Statement Form; Budget Worksheet; and Academic Budget form as an attachment to jvss- cholarship@jvschicago.org. In addition, applicants must send by mail a Legal Domidlity Form; two letter of reference form; IRS Forms; parents' or spouse's IRS; documentation of tuition cost; Release of Information form; and official transcripts. February 15. Phone: 312-673-3444; email: jvsscholarship@jvschicago.org.  
J.L. Turner Legal Association (JLTLA)
http://www.jltla.org
2101 Ross Ave.
Dallas. TX 75201
P: 214-741-1888
JLTLA Scholarships To inspire educational pursuits in the field of law among law students. Law. Program is open to second or third year law students that are from or attending law school in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Selection will be based on financial need and merit. No spedfic amount.   Applicants must submit the following requirements: application; a short biographical sketch (5-7 sentences, written in third person for inclusion in gala booklet if selected); photograph (3x5 or larger of head and shoulders, photograph should be suitable for inclusion in gala booklet if selected); a certified copy of law school transcript; letters of reference; and a brief essay. Applicants may download an application form at J.L Turner website. September 10. Yewande Akinwolemiwa at 214-969-2887 or yakin- wolemiwa@akingump.com; Staci Glenn at 972-820- 9595 or sglenn@renwicklaw.com.  
John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress
http://www.loc.gov/loc/kluge
101 Independence Ave, SE
Washington, DC 20540-4860
P: 202-707-3302
F: 202-707-3595
Kluge Fellowships To support students who wish to conduct research at the John W. Kluge Center. Humanities; Social sciences; Architecture; Law. Applicant must have received a terminal advanced degree within the past seven years in the humanities, social sciences or in a professional field such as architecture or law. Seledion is based on the submitted application materials. $4,200/month. Duration: Up to 21 months. 12. Applicants must submit an original (signed) and ten copies of full applications including the proposal (no longer than three single-spaced pages); bibliography of basic sources; a one paragraph project summary; two-page curriculum vitae; and three letters of reference (in English). July 15- scholarty@loc.gov.  
Kansas Health Information Management Association (KHIMA)
http://www.khima.com
anowlin@cox.net
301 S Estates Dr
Salina, KS 67401
P: 785-825-7340
F: 785-825-7340
Sue A. Malone Scholarships To provide scholarship funds for professional enhancement of Health Information Management professionals. Health education; Public health; Law; Business administration; Public administration. Applicants must be full or part-time students within their last year of study at one of the following programs: (1) HIA Program at the University of Kansas in Kansas City, (2) HIT Program at Washburn University in Topeka, (3) HIT Program at Hutchinson Community College in Hutchinson, (4) KHIMA members who are attending an accredited HIM program; must be in higher level of education and limited lo RHIT progression students; must be in RHIA for Masters or Doctorate in Public Health, Law School, Business Administration, Public Administration, or any other applicable degrees for HIM profession. Selection of applicants will be based on the following (a) scholastic achievements; (b) leadership potential via officer or student representative within organizations, honors and awards, presentations and publications; (c) social consciousness via membership in organizations, volunteer adivities, etc.; (d) knowledge of, and commitment to the health information management profession via evaluation of student's completed application, employment in the health information management field and AH IMA membership. Written communication skills will also be evaluated. No specific amount. Duration: One year. 1. Applicants must complete the application form; must submit the verification of enrollment form and references to the Recognition Committee chairperson; must have two letters of recommendation submitted by an employer, academic counselor, directed practice supervisor or professional contad. Odober 31.    
Ke Ali'i Pauahi Foundation
http://www.pauahi.org
567 S King St.. Ste. 160
Honolulu, HI 96813
P: 808-534-3966
William S. Richardson Commemorative Scholarships To support the educational needs and goals of people of Hawaiian ancestry. Law. Applicant must be a resident of the State of Hawaii; must be pursuing law degrees from the University of Hawaii-Manoa William S. Richardson School of Law. Preference will be given to applicants demonstrating finandal need and commitment to contributing to the greater community. $1,000.   Applicant must submit a College Acceptance Letter if attending a college or university for the first time, or currently enrolled college student changing schools or degree programs; official transcript of grades; and student aid report (SAR). April 1.    
Kegler, Brown, Hill and Ritter
http://www.keglerbrown.com
info@keglerbrown.com
Capitol Sq., Ste. 1800 E State St.
Columbus, OH 43215-4294
P: 614-462-5400
F: 614-464-2634
Kegler Brown Minority Merit Scholarships To assist minority students financially with their legal education. Law. Applicant must be a minority student studying law. Award is given based on academic performance, accomplishments, activities and potential contributions to the legal community. $5,000. 1. Students may contact the office for more information about the scholarship. Deadfine: January 7.   Cara Tammaro at 614-462-5467, ctammaro@kegler- brown.com  
Kentucky Paralegal Association (KPA)
http://www.kypa.org
kentuckyparalegal @ insightbb.com
PO Box 2675
Louisville, KY 40201-2675
  Kentucky Paralegal Association Student Scholarships To provide financial assistance to those students who are in need. Paralegal studies. Applicants must be enrolled in a paralegal program within the Commonwealth of Kentucky; must have at least 12 credit hours of paralegal coursework completed with a GPA in those courses of 3.50 or higher and an overall GPA of 3.25 or higher. Preference will be given to those students who meet the criteria. $1,000.   Applicants must submit the following: application form (typed); 2 letters of recommendation and forms; one writing sample; an essay and official transcript. May 30. Kathy Gillum at kathy.gillum@ky.gov.  
Kosciuszko Foundation
http://www.thekf.org
info@thekf.org
15 E 65th St
New York, NY 10065
P: 212-734-2130
F: 212-628-4552
Kosciuszko Foundation Tuition Scholarships To support American students of Polish descent for full-time graduate studies in the United States. Polish studies. Applicant must be a United States citizen or permanent resident of Polish descent who is in the beginning of or continuing graduate studies in the academic year; must have a minimum GPA of 3.0; and must be a fulltime student. United States citizen of non-Polish descent is considered when his/her area of study is primarily focused on Polish studies. Special funding is allocated for law and engineering studies at DeP- aul University; Bayonne, NJ residents for studies in nursing, teaching and business; and residents of Amsterdam, NY, Chicopee, MA and New Hampshire. Selection is based on academic excellence, applicant's academic achievements, interests and motivation, applicant's interest in Polish subjects or involvement in the Polish American community. Financial need is taken into consideration. $1,000 to $7,000. Duration: One academic year.   Applicant must complete the Tuition Scholarship application form and Financial Information page (application may be obtained from the Kosciuszko Foundation); must submit a personal statement about their academic goals, career goals, major they are pursuing and area of specialization; must have two passport photos for publication purposes; must have the official transcript; must prepare two confidential letters of academic reference from professors/teachers submitted on letterhead; must provide proof of Polish ancestry. January 5.   E-mailed and faxed materials will not be considered.
La Raza Lawyers Association of Santa Clara County
http://larazalawyers-santaclara.com
aalmanza@pdo.sccgov.org
PO Box 30
San Jose, CA95103
  Santa Clara La Raza Lawyers Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicant must be a currently enrolled La Raza law student (1st, 2nd, 3rd, or 4th) from the Bay area or attending Santa Clara University, Lincoln, UC Berkeley, University of San Francisco, UC Hastings, Stanford, Golden Gate University, UC Davis or McGeorge Schools of Law. Selection is based on financial need. $2,500. 3. Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form along with a verification of enrollment from the applicant's law school; and letters of recommendation (optional). September 30.    
Lane Powell PC
http://www.lanepoweII.com
inio@lanepowetl.com
1420 5th Ave., Ste. 4100
Seattle, WA 98101
P: 206-223-7000
F: 206-223-7107
George V. Powell Diversity Scholarships To support the education of a minority law student. Law. Applicants must be second-year students in good standing at an ABA accredited law school. Students in four-year joint degree programs will be considered after third year. Award is given to candidates who will contribute meaningfully to the diversity of the legal community, and who have demonstrated desire to work, live and eventually practice law in Seattle or Portland. Candidate's academic achievements, record of leadership abilities, community service and involvement in community issues will be given consideration. $7,500.   Applicants must submit a cover letter including a statement indicating eligibility to participate in the program; a resume; current copy of law school transcript; legal writing sample; and a list of two or three professional or academic references. September 9. Len Roden, Manager of Attorney Recruiting at 206-223-6123, or redenl @lanep- owell.com.  
Lapper County Community Foundation (LCCF)
http://www.lapeercountycommunityfoundation .org
awhite@lapeercountycommunityfoundation. org
264 Cedar St.
Lapeer, Ml 48446
P: 810-664-0691
Wayne Hildebrant Police Scholarship Fund To support education in the law enforcement fields. Law enforcement. Applicants must be residents of Lapeer County and accepted into an accredited police academy of college/university law enforcement program; must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. Recipients are selected based on financial need. $500.   Applicants must be prepared to participate in a brief interview; must submit a transcript of records, test scores, photos and federal tax return for self or family. April 15.    
Latham & Watkins LLP
http://www.lw.com
skip.home@lw.com
12636 High Bluff Dr., Ste. 400
San Diego, CA 92130
P: 858-523-5400
F: 858-523-5450
Latham Diversity Scholars To increase the number of diverse attorneys who want to pursue careers in global law firms. Law. Applicant must be enrolled in an ABA-accredited law school and who intends to practice law in a major U.S. city and who has successfully completed the first year of a full-time JD program. Selection is based on academic and leadership achievements, experiences and challenges that shape values, desire to practice at a global law firm and contributions to its diversity objectives. $10,000. Duration: One law school year. 4. Applicants must submit a completed (signed and dated) application form along with a resume, unofficial or official law school transcript and a personal statement (maximum of 500 words). September 30. Application package must be submitted to Healther Sardinha at the above address; E-mail: heather.sardinha@lw.com. For further information about the scholarship, applicants must contact Elizabeth Krichmar at elizabeth.krichmar@lw.com.  
Law Foundation of British Columbia
http://www.lawfoundationbc.org
lfbc@tlfbc.org
1340-605 Robson St.
Vancouver, BC, Canada V6B 5J3
P: 604-688-2337
F: 604-688-4586
Law Foundation Of British Columbia Graduate Fellowships To provide financial assistance to qualified individuals who want to pursue their law career. Law. Applicants must be residents of British Columbia; must be graduates of British Columbia law school; must be members of the British Columbia Bar; must devote themselves primarily to full-time graduate studies in law or a law related area. Recipients will be selected based on academic achievements, leadership qualities, involvement in community activities and proposed course of study. $13,750. Duration: One year. 5. Applicants must complete the application form available online; must submit transcript of records and three letters of reference. January 7.    
Law Foundation of Ontario
http://www.lawfoundation.on.ca
general @lawfoundation.on.ca
Queen St. W, Ste. 3002 Box 19
Toronto, ON, Canada M5H 3R3
P: 416-598-1550
F: 416-598-1526
Law Foundation Of Ontario Community Leadership In Justice Fellowships To provide an opportunity for professional development and renewal for a recognized community leader. Law. Applicant must be active in public organizations dedicated to law reform, legal advocacy or the justice system. Academic hosts must be either a law school or a department dedicated to legal or justice studies (including but not limited to criminology, sociology, social work, political science, and law and society programs). Selection of the recipient will be based strictly on merit. Maximum of $50,000, and up to $15,000 to each academic host. 2. Applicants must submit a completed CLJF Application Form via email to: cljf@lawfoundation.on.ca or faxed to 416-598- 1526, attention Ayumi Bailly, Dir., Policy and Programs. May 13.    
Law Offices of Michael A. DeMayo, L.L.P .
http://www.demayolaw.com
1211 E Morehead St.
Charlotte. NC 28204
P: 704-333-1000
F: 704-333-6677
Law Offices Of Michael A. Demayo Scholarships To fund high school senior students who wish to continue their education. General studies. Applicants must be students who have applied for acceptance for full-time studies at a four-year college or university. Selection will be based on the application materials submitted. $2,500. 15. Students must submit the following items: a typewritten or neatly printed application; a presentation (video/PowerPoint/brochure/website/essay) that encourages fellow teens to abstain from underage drinking and driving and/or highlights the dangers of drinking and driving; a high school transcript; SAT scores (if not included in transcript, a printout from CollegeBoard.com is acceptable); two letters of recommendation (from teachers, athletic coaches, school administrators, club advisors, volunteer work supervisors, employers religious leaders or family friends). Types of acceptable presentations are: Video - Public service announcement (no more than 60 seconds). Must be recorded on DVD. Student's name and school should appear directly on DVD and applicant must provide a copy of the script; Essay o 750-1,000 words. Must be typed and double-spaced; PowerPoint - 15-slide minimum. Applicant must provide a copy of the PowerPoint on CD/DVD, as well a hard copy of full-sized, color slides. Student's name and school should appear directly on the CD/DVD; Brochure/Booklet - 8-page minimum. Provide a copy of the brochure/booklet on DC/DVD, as well as hard copy printed in color. Student's name and school should appear directly on the CD/DVD; Website -10 page minimum. March 7. Kristine Woolley, Community Relations Dir., 704-343- 4644, kwooIley@demayolaw.com.  
Law and Society Association (LSA)

olson@lawandsodety.org
University of Massachusetts Draper Hall 40 Campus Center Way
Amherst, MA 01003-9244
P: 413-545-4617
F: 413-577-3194
John Hope Franklin Prize To recognize exceptional scholarship in the field of race, racism and the law. Law. Applicants must be authors of an article published in any scholarly journal, including socio- legal journals, journals in other disciplines, law reviews, or may be a chapter in a book volume. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. $500.   Applicants must submit a sample of an article published. It should be written in English. Article and nomination must be submitted as an attachment in Word or in PDF format. February 1. franklin_prize_nom@lawandsociety.org. Named for John Hope Franklin, a professor of history and law whose interdisciplinary research documented the history of racism and its effects, whose scholarship had both national and international influence, and whose commitments to intellectual freedom, professional service and civic activism were resolute.
Law and Society Association (LSA)

olson@lawandsodety.org
University of Massachusetts Draper Hall 40 Campus Center Way
Amherst, MA 01003-9244
P: 413-545-4617
F: 413-577-3194
Law And Society Association Article Prize To recognize exceptional scholarship in the field of socio-legal studies for an article published in the previous two years. Law. Applicants must be authors of an article published in any scholarly journal, including socio-legal journals, journals in other disciplines, law reviews, or edited books. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a sample of a published article. It should be written in English. An article may be nominated by sending a copy by email attachment in Word or PDF format. The nomination message must include full bibliographic citation. Self-nominations are welcome. February 1. article_prize_nom@lawandso- ciety.org.  
Law and Society Association (LSA)

olson@lawandsodety.org
University of Massachusetts Draper Hall 40 Campus Center Way
Amherst, MA 01003-9244
P: 413-545-4617
F: 413-577-3194
Law And Society Association Dissertation Prize To recognize individuals whose dissertation best represents outstanding work in law and society. Law. Applicants must be authors whose dissertation best represents outstanding work in law and society research. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. $500 for travel costs.   Submissions should be of outstanding work. Models of law and society research can be found in Law and Society Review and other leading journals of socio-legal research. The dissertation may be based on research about law in any discipline or on interdisciplinary research. A complete nomination includes the fotlowing: dissertation, electronic copy in Word or PDF format on CD or flash drive; abstract, copied to a separate file on the same CD/drive; letter of recommendation from Faculty member or Advisor; current address of the dissertator. December 15. Mary McClintock at mcclintock® lawandsodety.org.  
Law and Society Association (LSA)

olson@lawandsodety.org
University of Massachusetts Draper Hall 40 Campus Center Way
Amherst, MA 01003-9244
P: 413-545-4617
F: 413-577-3194
Law And Society Association International Prize To recognize individuals who have made contributions toward advancement of knowledge in the field of law and society. Law. Applicants must be residents outside the United States. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. $400 for travel costs.   Nominators must contact the Association for the nomination process.      
Law and Society Association (LSA)

olson@lawandsodety.org
University of Massachusetts Draper Hall 40 Campus Center Way
Amherst, MA 01003-9244
P: 413-545-4617
F: 413-577-3194
Law And Society Association Student Paper Prize To award undergraduate and graduate students whose nominated papers best represent outstanding law and society research. Law. Appticants must be undergraduate or graduate students. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. A travel subsidy worth $500.   Applicants must submit a sample of their paper works. Nominations can be made by non-student members of the Law and Society Association and through the submission of the recommended paper to the Committee on Student Awards. The subject matter of the nominated papers should be in the interdisciplinary tradition of law and society research, and should reflect the style of articles that appear in the Law and Society Review. Nominated papers should examine law in culture and society, including interpretative, historical, social scientific and jurisprudential scholarship. All papers entered in the competition must be written by matriculated students at any U.S. or non-U.S. institutions of higher education in the two previous years.      
Law and Society Association (LSA)

olson@lawandsodety.org
University of Massachusetts Draper Hall 40 Campus Center Way
Amherst, MA 01003-9244
P: 413-545-4617
F: 413-577-3194
Stan Wheeler Mentorship Awards To award outstanding mentors who are members of the Law and Society community. Law. Applicants must be members of the Law and Society Association or community who are regarded by their peers and students as outstanding mentors for graduates, professionals or undergraduate students who are working on issues of law and society. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. No specific amount.   Nominators may contact the Association for the nomination process.      
Law Society of British Columbia
http://www.lawsociety.bc.ca
information@lsbc.org
845 Cambie St.
Vancouver, BC, Canada V6B 4Z9
P: 604-669-2533
F: 604-669-5232
Law Society Of British Columbia Scholarships To provide financial assistance for law graduate students intending to complete a full-time program of studies that will benefit students, the province and legal professions in British Columbia. Law. Applicants must be law graduates or graduating students at University of British Columbia or University of Victoria who are able to show a real or substantial connection to BC and who must demonstrate outstanding academics. Recipients will be selected by the Credentials Committee based on the following considerations: (1) academic standing; (2) social contributions; (3) intention to practice in British Columbia after completing the graduate studies; (4) financial need; and (5) importance or significance of the proposed work. $12,000.   Applicants must submit a letter of application including details of their academic career and proposed plan for a graduate study, official transcript of records of all academic institutions attended, and three letters of recom-mendation (one from the dean and two from professors of the law school). December 15. Application form and other supporting documents should be sent to Lesley Small at the above address.  
Law Society of New Brunswick
http://dev.lawsociety.nb.ca
general @ lawsociety-barreau.nb.ca
1133 Regent St., Ste. 206
Fredericton, NB, Canada E3B 3Z2
P: 506-458-8540
F: 506-451-1421
New Brunswick Law Foundation Graduate Scholarships In Law To financially support the education of law students. Law. Applicants must be graduates or students pursuing their final year of studies at an approved law school at the time of application. Selection will be based primarily on scholastic standing. Preference in the granting of awards is given to residents of New Brunswick who intend to return to the province to work following graduation or completion of the program of studies. $10,000.   Applicants are required to complete the New Brunswick Law Foundation Graduate Scholarship application form. In addition, applicants must submit law school official transcripts and a letter from the Dean (or the person who was Dean at the time the applicant was a student) of the applicant's law school. The tetter should present an assessment of the student's qualifications to undertake the proposed program of study, and must include a statement about the student's involvement in extracurricular activities. Completed application forms and the required documents must be submitted to: Executive Director, NB Law Foundation Scholarship Trust, 1133 Regent St., Ste. 206, Fredericton, NB E3B 3Z2, Phone: 506-453- 7776, Fax: 506-451-1421, Email: amartin@lawsoci- ety-barreau.nb.ca. January 15. Executive Director, Phone: 506-453-7776, Fax: 506- 451-1421, Email: amartin@lawsociety-barreau.nb.ca.  
Law Society of Prince Edward Island (LSPEI)
http://www.lspei.pe.ca
lawsociety@lspei.pe.ca
PO Box 128 Water St.
Charlottetown, PE, Canada C1A 7K2
P: 902-566-1666
F: 902-368-7557
Prince Edward Island Law Student Scholarships To provide scholarship assistance to deserving students who want to pursue their studies. Law. Applicants must be students enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a fulltime law students at an accredited university law school for the academic year; must be residents of Prince Edward Island; must demonstrate scholastic achievement in their last year of academic study; and must demonstrate financial need. Recipient will be selected by the Council of Law Society of Prince Edward Island. $2,000. Duration: One year.   Applicant must complete the application form available online; must submit an official transcript of record and curriculum vitae. Application form and other supporting documents must be sent to The Law Society of PEI Scholarship Com-mittee, 49 Water St., PO Box 128, Charlottetown, PE C1A7K2. July 31.    
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)
http://www.llnl.gov
7000 E Ave. PO Box 808
Livermore, CA 94550-9234
Ph; 925-422-1100
F: 925-422-1370
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Fellowships To support PhD student to broaden their education, continue their training, and participate in leading-edge scientific research. Clinical laboratory sciences. Applicants must either be in the process of completing their PhD (within one year and employment may not start until PhD requirements have been verified), or have received their PhD degree within five years of being hired as a Lawrence Fellow. Selection is based on the submitted application materials. $8,092/month. Duration: Three years. 2-4. Applicants must complete the online application. November 1.    
Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
http://www.lawyerscommittee.org
bamwine@lawyerscommittee.org
1401 New York Ave. NW, Ste. 400
Washington, DC 20005
P: 202-662-8600
F: 202-783-0857
George N. Lindsay Civil Rights Legal Fellowships To provide an opportunity for recent law school graduates to become familiar with civil rights practice by working with many of the nation's leading civil rights experts. Law. Applicant must graduate from law school; must demonstrate a commitment to equal justice and equal opportunity for all; be dedicated to the deployment of innovative strategies (including non-litigation strategies) in addressing entrenched or cutting edge racial, national origin and gender discrimination matters. Attorneys who work in law firms are eligible for the fellowship, including pursuant to a leave of absence or sabbatical program. Preference will be given to those who have been admitted to the bar or are scheduled to take a bar examination. $42,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit via e-mail an initial application that includes: a cover letter; a resume; a law school transcript; and the application form. July 6. Sarah Crawford at 202-662-8350 or fellow- ship@lawyerscommittee.org.  
LogiCore Corporation
http://www.logicorehsv.com
hr@logicorehsv.com
920 Explorer Blvd., Ste. B
Huntsville, AL 35806
P: 256-533-5789
F: 256-533-5785
Miranda Bouldin General Scholarships To assist deserving young people of Madison County, Madison City, Huntsville City, Lawrence County and Limestone County. General studies. Applicants must be U.S. citizens; graduating seniors from Madison County schools, Madison City schools, Huntsville City schools, Lawrence County schools or Limestone County schools; have made a four-year commitment to attend college or university in Alabama; and have cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher and scored at least on the ACT or 990 on the SAT. Awards are given based on submitted essay. Consideration will be given to applicant's need, community involvement, awards, honors and achievement. $1,500. 4. Applicants must write an essay; must submit an application form and three letters of recommendation. A copy of transcript must be mailed directly from the application's school. April 9.   Founded in 2006 by Miranda Bouldin, President and CEO of LogiCore Corporation.
Macomb County Bar Foundation (MCBF)
http://www.macombbar.org
mcba@macombbar.org
40 N Main St., Ste. 435
Mount Clemens, Ml 48043
P: 586-468-2940
F: 586-468-6926
Philip F. Greco Memorial Scholarships To provide financial assistance for second or third year law students enrolled in evening classes at the University of Detroit Mercy Law School. Law. Applicants must be enrolled as law degree candidates in evening classes at the University of Detroit Marcy Law School. They must demonstrate a need for financial assistance, good academic standing (2.5 GPA or above), and the ability to achieve success as a lawyer. Must be 2nd or 3rd year law students and residents of Macomb County. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. No specific amount.   Application form can be downloaded online. The application packet must indude: completed application form; candidate's most recent law school transcript; resume; three letters of recommendation; a personal statement in which the candidate discusses his/her interest in law, reason for applying for scholarship, career goals and any other pertinent information he/she would like the Scholarship Committee to know. January. Macomb County Bar Foundation at the above address.  
Macomb County Bar Foundation (MCBF)
http://www.macombbar.org
mcba@macombbar.org
40 N Main St., Ste. 435
Mount Clemens, Ml 48043
P: 586-468-2940
F: 586-468-6926
Trustees College Scholarships To award scholarships for students enrolled in Macomb County Community Cotlege who have been affected by Michigan's economic drcumstances. Law. Applicants for the Macomb County Bar Foundation Trustees Scholarship must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment at Macomb Community College at least part-time (six credit hours). Preference is given to students who are returning to school due to job loss resulting from downsizing, restructuring, lay-off or corporate buyout. Preference is also given to students who seek to adjust skills by enrolling in a law-related education program. $2,500 (Award is for tuition, fees and other educational expenses.)   Applicants may download application online. The application packet must include: completed application; brief summary of applicant's educational and career goals; resume; three letters of recommendation; a personal statement in which the candidate discuss their interest in law, reason for applying for scholarship, career goals and any other pertinent information he/she would like the Scholarship Committee to know about. January. Application form and supporting documents must be submitted to Judy Florian, 14500 E, 12 Mile Rd., Warren, Ml 48088-3896.  
Macomb County Bar Foundation (MCBF)
http://www.macombbar.org
mcba@macombbar.org
40 N Main St., Ste. 435
Mount Clemens, Ml 48043
P: 586-468-2940
F: 586-468-6926
Trustees Law School Scholarships To award scholarships for pursuits in the study of law. Law. Applicants must be second or third year law students who demonstrate a commitment to serve or contribute to the Macomb County legal community; must demonstrate a need for financial assistance; and must have high scholastic achievement. Appticants must be enrolled as a law degree candidate at one of the following Michigan Law Schools: Thomas M. Cooley, Michigan State University, University of Michigan, University of Detroit Mercy, Wayne State University. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. $3,000.   Applicants may download application online. The application packet must include: complete application; candidate's undergraduate college transcript; candidate's most recent law school transcript; resume; three letters of recommendation; a personal statement in which the candidate discusses his/her interest in law, reason for applying for scholarship, career goals and any other pertinent information he/she would like the Scholarship Committee to know about. January. Macomb County Bar Foundation at the above address.  
Maine Bar Foundation
http://www.mbf.org
info@mbf.org
40 Water St.
Hallowell, ME 04347
P: 207-622-3477
F: 207-623-4140
Frank M. Coffin Family Law Fellowships To provide experience and training to young lawyers who wish to work in legal services. Law. Young lawyers are all qualified to apply. Seledion is based on the application materials. No specific amount. Duration: Two years.   Applicants must submit a letter of interest, resume, references and a brief writing sample to: Ms. M. Calien Lewis, Exec. Dir., or via email at jgilbert@mbf.org. October 14. Ms. M. Calien Lewis, Exec. Dir. at the above address.  
Maine Community Foundation
http://www.mainecf.org
info@mainecf.org
245 Main St.
Ellsworth, ME 04605
P: 207-667-9735
F: 207-667-0447
Keepers Preservation Education Fund To provide financial support to aspiring or established preservation professionals in the United States to increase or share their professional knowledge or enhance their career potential in historic preservation-related subjects. Historic preservation. Applicants must be enrolled full or part-time in institutions of higher learning with majors in historic preservation or allied fields including American studies, anthropology, archeology, architecture, landscape architecture, art history, architectural history, history, planning, law, economics, or building conservation. Preference will be given to applicants who have not received an award in the past 12 months. No spedfic amount.   Individuals must apply through a sponsoring institution or organization, which reviews and forwards the application to the Maine Community Foundation. Applications must include a one-page statement explaining why funds are needed. As part of this statement, please include: your name, address, e-mail address, phone number and sotial security number on the project summary; an explanation of your relationship to the sponsoring organization; and statement of total funds needed in support of the project/activity. The sponsoring institution must submit a short statement explaining how the application was reviewed and how many individuals partidpated in the screening or selection process.   Jean Warren, 207-667-9735 or jwarren® mainecf.org.  
Maine Community Foundation
http://www.mainecf.org
info@mainecf.org
245 Main St.
Ellsworth, ME 04605
P: 207-667-9735
F: 207-667-0447
Lawrence And Louise Robbins Scholarships To provide financial assistance to people seeking higher education. General studies. Appticants must be employees or retirees of the Robbins Lumber company of Sears- mont, or their children or grandchildren, looking to pursue post-secondary education. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic achievement, personal aspirations, and contributions to school and the community. No specific amount.   Applicants may contact the Robbins Lumber Inc. for application process. April 15. Catherine Jollisse, 207- 342-5221.  
Massachusetts Association of Women Lawyers (MAWL)
http://www.mawl.org
info@mawl.org
c/o Patricia Gorman, Esq. 793 Washington St., Ste. 1
Canton, MA 02021
P: 781-575-0400
Carol Dimaiti Scholarship Awards To award scholarships to law students in Massachusetts. Law. Applicants must be entering their second or third year of law school; must be in good academic standing; must have demonstrated high financial need. Selection of scholars will be based on financial need and academic achievement. $1,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a completed application form and must check the available website for details.   Massachusetts Association of Women Lawyers at the above address. This particular fund is maintained solely through voluntary contributions made throughout the year and fundraising events.
Massachusetts Bar Foundation (MBF)
http://www.massbarfoundation.org
20 West St.
Boston, MA 02111-1204
P: 617-338-0500
F: 617-338-0550
Massachusetts Bar Foundation Legal Intern Fellowship Program [Lifp] To assist law students in gaining practical experience in the public sector. Law. Applicant must have secured a volunteer internship with a qualified nonprofit organization in Massachusetts; currently be enrolled in a United States law school; and must demonstrate a commitment to public interest law, including experience working with low-income clients and/or issues that affect this population. A committee including trustees from both the Massachusetts Bar Foundation and the Smith Family Fund will select the most competitive applicants to receive stipends. $6,000. Up to 6. Applicants must submit a complete application package which includes: Applicant Information Form; essay; Organization Supporting Statement Form; resume; official law school transcript; and one letter of reference. March 11.   Established in 1996.
Massachusetts Lesbian and Gay Bar Association (MLGBA)
http://www.mlgba.org
administrator@masslgbtqbar.org
c/o Boston Bar Association 16 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02108
  Alexander G. Gray, Jr. Scholarships To help law students defray the costs of their legal education. Law. Applicant must be a law student who demonstrates a commitment to and involvement in the LGBT com-munity, as well as leadership, maturity and responsibility. Selection is based on the application. $1,000.   Applicants may contact Gray Scholarship Committee Chair for the application information. February 15. Gray Scholarship Committee Chair Polly Crozier at polly@kauffmanlaw.net. Created in 2006 in memory of a friend and colleague Alexander 'Alec* G. Gray, Jr.
Matanuska-Susitna College
http://www.matsu.alaska.edu
info@matsu.alaska.edu
PO Box 2889
Palmer, AK 99645
P: 907-745-9774
F: 907-745-9711
Lawrence Bayer Business Administration Scholarships To provide support to deserving students in Alaska who want to pursue an education in any campus of the University of Alaska. Business administration. Applicant must be fulltime students attending the University of Alaska at Fairbanks or the University of Alaska at Anchorage and have a minimum GPA of 3.0; must be a business administration major active in clubs and/or sports. Preference will be given to applicants with financial need. $500.   Applicant must complete the application forms available at the website; must attach a personal essay, two letters of recommendation, and current transcripts. Applicants must also submit a list of clubs and/or sports in which he/she is an active participant. February 17.    
Matanuska-Susitna College
http://www.matsu.alaska.edu
info@matsu.alaska.edu
PO Box 2889
Palmer, AK 99645
P: 907-745-9774
F: 907-745-9711
Mable B. Crawford Memorial Scholarships To provide support to deserving students in Alaska who want to pursue an education in any campus of the University of Alaska. Accounting; Economics; Law; Business. Applicants must be students who have been residents of Alaska for at least two years. Awarded on the basis of both scholastic ability and need. Preference is given to applicants majoring in accounting, economics, law or business. $500.   Applicant must complete the application forms available at the website; must attach a personal essay, two letters of recommendation, and current transcripts. February 17.    
Matanuska-Susitna College
http://www.matsu.alaska.edu
info@matsu.alaska.edu
PO Box 2889
Palmer, AK 99645
P: 907-745-9774
F: 907-745-9711
University Of Alaska Scholars Program To provide an incentive for Alaska's middle and high school students intending to achieve academic excellence; to nourish efforts of schools to provide high quality education; and to encourage the top high school graduates from every community in Alaska to attend the University of Alaska. General studies. Applicants must be US citizens or aliens lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States; must have successfully earned a high school diploma from a qualified Alaska high school; must be admitted into a certificate or degree program; must be enrolled as full-time, undergraduate students for the first fall semester following the graduation date of the class with which he or she designated and continuously thereafter; and must participate in or attend any mandatory orientation or program as may be required by the campus. Selection of recipients will be based on their academic standing at the end of their junior year. No specific amount. Duration: Eight semesters.   Applicants may contact the UA Scholars Program for application process.   907-474-5105; 877-257-2465; scholars® alaska.edu.  
McGill University
http://www.mcgill.ca
admissions@mcgi!l.ca
4th Fir., James Administration Bldg. 845 Sherbrooke St. W
Montreal, QC, Canada H3A 3R1
P: 514-398-4455
F: 514-398-1626
Mackenzie King Open Scholarships To provide support for graduating students to pursue their education. General studies. Applicant must be a graduate of any Canadian university for full-time postgraduate studies in Canada; must be an undergraduate applicant with first Class Honours Standing (CGPA of 3.7 or higher 3.5 for Law); and must have "straight A" records. Awards will be based on high academic achievements; personal qualities; and demonstrated aptitudes. Consideration will also be given to the applicant's proposed program of study. $9,000. 1. Applicant must complete the application form available in the website at www.mkingscholarships.ca; must have three letters of reference from persons who have an initiate knowledge of the record and ability of the applicant and able to give a critical evaluation of their plans for graduate study; must have the official transcript of records and other academic records from each university they have attended. Febru-ary 1. Application forms and other supporting documents should be sent to J. Blom Curtis Bldg., 1822 E Mall, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BCV6T 1Z1.  
McGill University
http://www.mcgill.ca
admissions@mcgi!l.ca
4th Fir., James Administration Bldg. 845 Sherbrooke St. W
Montreal, QC, Canada H3A 3R1
P: 514-398-4455
F: 514-398-1626
Mackenzie King Travelling Scholarships To provide support for deserving students intending to pursue their studies in the United States or the United Kingdom in the areas of international relations and industrial relations. International affairs and relations; Industrial and labor relations. Applicant must be a graduate of any Canadian university who wants to pursue graduate studies in the United States or the United Kingdom in international or industrial relations. Awards are based on academic achievement, personal qualities and demonstrated aptitudes, as well as proposed program of study. Consideration will be given to an undergraduate applicant with First Class Honours Standing (CGPA of 3.7 or higher - 3.5 for Law) and graduate applicants with cumulative "straight A' records. $10,000. 4. Applicant must complete the application form available in the website at www.mk- ingscholarships.ca; must have three letters of reference from persons who have an initiate knowledge of the record and ability of the applicant and able to give a critical evaluation of their plans for graduate study; must have the official transcript of records and other academic records from each university they have attended. February 1. Application form and other supporting documents should be sent to: J. Blom, Curtis Bldg. 1822 E Mall, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1.  
McGill University
http://www.mcgill.ca
admissions@mcgi!l.ca
4th Fir., James Administration Bldg. 845 Sherbrooke St. W
Montreal, QC, Canada H3A 3R1
P: 514-398-4455
F: 514-398-1626
Philip F. Vineberg Travelling Fellowships In The Humanities To provide financial support to a qualified individual who wants to pursue their education. Law; Art; Education; Library and archival sci-ences; Music; Religious education; Social work. Applicant must be a registered student at McGill in a degree program in Arts, Education, Law, Library Science, Music, Religious Studies or Social Work. Selection of applicant will be based on his/her academic achievements and personal qualities. $14,500. Duration: One academic year.   Application forms are available online at www.mkingscholarships. ca. Applicant must have a three letters of reference from persons who have an initiate knowledge of the record and ability of the applicant and able to give a critical evaluation of their plans for graduate study; must have the official transcript of records and other academic records from each university they have attended. February 1.    
Metropolitan Museum of Art
http://www.metmuseum.org
cloisters@metmuseum.org
1000 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10028-0198
P: 212-535-7710
J. Clawson Mills Scholarships To provide an opportunity for fellows to present short papers on their work in progress to university colleagues and Museum staff. Fine arts. Applicants must be conducting research at the Museum or abroad in any branch of fine arts relating to the Metropolitan Museum's collection. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. No specific amount.   There are no forms. Applicants need not specify the name of a particular fellowship. Fellowship applications must be submitted in English. Three letters of recommendation are required, none of which may be from current Metropolitan Museum of Art staff. The submission of the required letters of recommendation in English is encouraged. Applicants must submit a typed application in triplicate including the following, in the order listed: Name, home and present address, and telephone number; full resume of education and employment; two-part statement, not to exceed 1,000 words, specifying what the applicant wishes to accomplish during the fellowship period and detailing how the Museum's resources can be utilized to accomplish the applicant's goals; tentative schedule of work to be accomplished during the fellowship period; tentative schedule of travel required during the fellowship period; three letters of recommendation (at least one academic and one professional); list of other applications for fellowships or grants applied for in same period; official undergraduate and graduate transcripts (for pre-doctoral applicants). November 4. educa- tion.grants @ metmuseum.org.  
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF)
http://www.maldef.org
634 S Spring St.
Los Angeles, CA 90014
P: 213-629-2512
Mexican American Legal Defense And Educational Fund Law School Scholarships To increase the number of Latinos in the legal profession; to provide financial assistance to qualified individuals in pursuit of higher education. Law. Appticants must be Latino students enrolled full time in law school; and have demonstrated involvement with commitment to serve the Latino community through their profession. Scholarship will be awarded to candidates who have outstanding academic record including participation and leadership in extracurricular activities, and financial need. $7,000.   Applicants must complete and send the fotlowing materials: a completed and signed MALDEF Scholarship form; current resume; a typed personal statement of 750 words or less, double-spaced, detailing professional objectives, plans after school, and describing their past involvement in activities for which they believed would served or benefited the Latino community and how these activities affect their decision to pursue a career in the legal profession; an official undergraduate transcript or photocopy of an official transcript; For law students who have already completed one year or more of law school, please, also provide: an official law school transcript or photocopy of an official transcript; a letter of recommendation describing their involvement in the Latino community from a person familiar with that involvement; a letter of recommendation from a college, or law school professor; and enclosed statement from the financial aid office of the school currently attending which indicates the financial assistance provided. September 30.    
Michigan Association of Fire Fighters (MAFF)
http://www.maff.org
maff911 @ameritech.net
27704 Franklin Rd.
Southfield, Mi 48034-8206
P: 248-304-8806
F: 248-304-8810
Carl Parsell Scholarship Fund To assist members and their families to pursue a college education. General studies. Appticants must be residents of Michigan; be members or relatives of one of the following organizations: Michigan Association of Police; Michigan Association of Fire Fighters; or Michigan As-sociation of Public Employees; have completed high school on or prior to June 30, 2011; have not been convicted by any misdemeanors or felonies; and must be enrolled full-time at an accredited educational institution. Recipients will be selected based on quality and relevance of the written response. $1,000.   To Apply; Applicants must submit an original application form. Fill with "zero", "none", or "n/a" for those items not answered; copies of letters of recommendation; list of awards, scholarships and accomplishments; and school transcripts. March 4. Ms. Julie Palm- quist, 248-304-8800 or 800-368-1159. Established in 1991 in memory of Carl Parsell.
Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP
http://www.milbank.com/en
1 Chase Manhattan Plz.
New York, NY 10005
P: 212-530-5000
F: 212-530-5219
Milbank Diversity Scholarships To inspire career pursuits and excellence in the field of law by providing educational support for qualified law students. Law. Appticants must be members of groups traditionally underrepresented in large law firms; must be in good standing at an ABA accredited law school; must have successfully completed their first year of a full-time JD program; may not be the recipient of a similar scholarship award from another law firm; and must have completed two years of a JD program. Recipients will be selected based on academic achievement, demonstrated leadership ability, excellent writing and interpersonal skills. $50,000. Duration: One year. 5. Applicants must complete the application form available online and submit along with an essay, official law school transcript and resume. Application form and other supporting documents must be sent to Elizabeth A. Crispino, Manager of Campus Recruiting. September 1. Applications should be sent to recruiting@milbank.com.  
Minnesota Association County Probation Officers (MACPO) Sherburne County Court Services
http://www.macpo.org
christopher.maas@co.sherbume.mn.us
13880 Hwy. 10
Elk River, MN 55330
P: 763-241-2819
Minnesota Association County Probation Officers Scholarships To promote and attract quality students to consider Corrections as a career. Criminal justice. Applicants must be junior or senior students majoring in Corrections, Sociology, Criminal justice, Psychology, Social Work, or other related fields who will be/are currently involved in an internship; must have 2.5 GPA; and must be enrolled at an accredited two-year of four-year college or university. Recipients are selected based on academic attainment; demonstrated leadership; commitment to a career in Corrections; and community involvement. $750.   Applicants must submit the completed application form; one letter of reference from a faculty member or from an internship supervisor/director; and document that answers questions from the application available on website. All applications should be submitted to: Jilt Arbeiter Carver County Corrections located at 604 E 4th St., Chaska, MN 55318, phone: 952-361-1471, or e-mail jarbeite@co.carver.mn.us. December 3.    
Minority Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA)
http://www.mcca.com
vetarichardson@mcca.com
1111 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20004
P: 202-739-5901
F: 202-739-5999
Mcca Lloyd M. Johnson, Jr. Scholarships To provide scholarship opportunities for minority students seeking to study law. Law. Program is open to college seniors and graduate students that are interested in obtaining a law degree; must have a grade point average of at least 2.5 on a 4.0 scale; must be in financial need; and must be considered a minority. Applicants will be scored by the MCCA and UNCF and provide a list of the top forty candidates to the LMJ Scholarship Committee to choose the winners. $10,000. Duration: Three years. 10. Applicants must accomplish online application.   Questions can be addressed to Alice Sykes, Program Mgr.; Phone: 703-205-3514; E-mail: alice.sykes@uncf.org.  
Morgan, Lewis and Bockius LLP
http://www.morganlewis.com
1701 Market St.
Philadelphia, PA 19103-2921
P: 215-963-5000
F: 215-963-5001
Diversity Fellowship Program [Dfp] To promote diversity in the legal profession and to attract future leaders who are committed to the importance of diversity. Law. Applicants must be second year law students who have successfully completed one year of law school; have demonstrated excellence; have outstanding leadership skills; and have a demonstrated interest in promoting diversity. Selection is based on merit. $15,000.   Applicants must sign up for an on-campus interview at the participating law schools and submit a completed application form along with a resume, transcript, and a brief personal statement. September 17. diversityfellowships@mor- ganlewis.com.  
Morris County Bar Association (MCBA)
http://www.morriscountybar.com
staff@morriscountybar.com
245 South Street
Morristown, NJ 07960
P: 973-267-6089
F: 973-605-8325
Justice Robert L. Clifford Fellowships To support and mentor a minority law student. Law. Applicant must be a minority law school student. Selection is based on merit. $5,000. Duration: Ten weeks. 1. Applicants may contact the foundation office or the financial aid offices at Seton Hail University School of Law or at New York University School of Law for more information on the fellowship.     Established in 1996.
Morris County Bar Association (MCBA)
http://www.morriscountybar.com
staff@morriscountybar.com
245 South Street
Morristown, NJ 07960
P: 973-267-6089
F: 973-605-8325
Justice Stewart G. Pollock Fellowships To support and mentor a minority law student. Law. Applicant must be a minority law school student. Selection is based on merit. $5,000. Dura-tion: Ten weeks. 1. Applicants may contact the foundation office or the financial aid offices at Seton Hall University School of Law or at New York University School of Law for more information on the fellowship.     Established in 2004.
NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (NAACP LDF)
http://www.naacpldf.org
mbagley@naacpldf.org
40 Rector Street, 5th floor
New York, NY 10013
P: 212-965-2200
Earl Warren Civil Rights Training Scholarships To promote study in law. Law. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen; must be entering first year of full-time study; and must be a college graduate with good academic records, outstanding community service and strong recommendations. Preference is given to applicants who have a well-defined interest in civil rights and community service. No specific amount. Duration: One year. 15- 20. Applications for LDF's law scholarships may be requested between November 1 and February 28 by writing to The Earl Warren Legal Training Program, Inc. Requests for applications should be from the applicant and should include information about the applicant's undergraduate background, expected graduation date, law school plans and career goals. April 30. Appticants may request an application either by writing or sending an e-mail to scholar- ships@naacpldf.org. Created in 1972.
NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (NAACP LDF)
http://www.naacpldf.org
mbagley@naacpldf.org
40 Rector Street, 5th floor
New York, NY 10013
P: 212-965-2200
Earl Warren Shearman And Sterling Scholarships To promote study in law. Law. Applicant must be an African- American student entering law school; must have an outstanding undergraduate academic record and above average LSAT scores; and must have mature and definitive career objectives and present evidence of exceptional university and community service. Awards are given based on merit. $3,000. Duration: One year. 15-20. Applications for college scholarships may be requested between November 1 and March 31 by writing to The Herbert Lehman Education Fund. All requests for applications should be from the applicant and should include information about the applicant's college plans and career goals. Applications will be sent only to students who meet basic program criteria. March 31.   Sponsored by Sherman and Sterling.
National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation (NAAF)
http://www.naaf.ca
info@naaf.ca
PO Box 759 Generations Dr.
Ohsweken, ON, Canada NOA 1M0
P: 416-926-0775
F: 416-926-7554
NAAF Post-Secondary Education Scholarships To meet the increasing needs of First Nations, Inuit and Metis students for financial support and to assist them in the pursuit of excellence in every discipline. Business; Science; Law; Engineering; Information science and technology; Education; Social work; Social sciences. Applicant must be a Canadian resident First Nation (status and non-status), Metis or Inuit student enrotled in a full-time post-secondary study. Selection is based on financial need, academic performance, connection to the aboriginal community and commitment to the field of study. No specific amount. Duration: One academic year.   Applicants must submit a completed current NAAF Post-Secondary Education Bursary Awards Application form along with proof of First Nation, Inuit or Metis ancestry; official transcripts from present or most recent academic program; two completed Applicant Assessment Forms; letter of personal introduction (750-1,500 words); an updated resume or curriculum vitae; a recent photograph; letter of confirmation of admission into a program or proof of continuing enrollment; letter from the Band/ Post Secondary Education Office or Support Organization if funding is not available; verification of tuition and fees; and Financial Report Form (if a previous recipient and has not yet forwarded it to NAAF). November 1. education@naaf. ca.  
National Administrative Law Judiciary Foundation (NALJF)
http://www.naalj.org
naalj@naalj.org
Office Park Rd., Ste. 105
West Des Moines, IA 50265
P: 515-440-6057
F: 515-440-6055
Neil Alexander Scholarships To provide scholarship to young NAALJ members who wish to study administrative law. Law. Applicant must be a NAAJL member and must demonstrate outstanding academic and other qualifications. Recipient will be selected based on the following (1) NAAU involvement, (2) available support to attend the course (including other NJC financial assistance), (3) benefit of course to recipient, and (4) willingness to contribute a newsletter article. $500. 2. Applicants must complete the application form available online and send the forms to NAAJL, 1001 Office Park Rd., Ste. 105, West Des Moines, IA 50265. November 16.    
National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA)
http://www.napaba.org
ed@napaba.org
1612 K Street NW, Ste. 1400
Washington, DC 20006
P: 202-775-9555
F: 202-775-9333
Anheuser-Busch Napaba Law Foundation Presidential Scholarships To award law students who demonstrate an outstanding leadership potential to sen/e the Asian Pacific American community. Law. Applicants must be student enrolled as a law degree candidate in an accredited law school in the United States at least half time as determined by the school. Applicants wifi be selected based on consultation with the president of NAPABA. $7,500. 2. Applicants must submit complete application form; official copy of most recent law school transcript; resume; two letters of recommendation; and a copy of application to law school for financial assistance.   Priya Bose, Phone: 202-775-9555; Email: foundation@napaba.org; pbose@napaba.org.  
National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA)
http://www.napaba.org
ed@napaba.org
1612 K Street NW, Ste. 1400
Washington, DC 20006
P: 202-775-9555
F: 202-775-9333
Lim, Ruger And Kim Scholarships To award financial aid for law students who demonstrate a commitment to serve or contribute to the Asian Pacific American community as future leaders. Law. Applicant must be a student enrolled as a law degree candidate in an accredited law school in the US at least half time as determined by the school. Applicants must have demonstrated financial need. $2,500.   Applicants must submit a completed and signed application form from foundation; official copy of the applicant's most recent law school transcript; resume; letter of recommendation from persons not related to the applicant.   Priya Bose, Phone: 202-775-9555; E-mail: pbose@napaba.org. In 2004 the Foundation established its Urn, Ruger and Kim Scholarship through the generosity of the law firm of Lim, Ruger and Kim in Los Angeles.
National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA)
http://www.napaba.org
ed@napaba.org
1612 K Street NW, Ste. 1400
Washington, DC 20006
P: 202-775-9555
F: 202-775-9333
NAPABA Law Foundation Scholarships To award law students who demonstrate a commitment to serve or contribute to the Asian Pacific American community as future leaders. Law. Applicant must be a student enrolled as a law degree candidate in an accredited law school in the United States at least half time as determined by the school. Applicants must have demonstrated financial need. $2,000.   Applicants must submit a completed and signed application form from foundation; official copy of the applicant's most recent law school transcript; resume; letter of recommendation from persons not related to the applicant.     In 2003 the Foundation named one of these scholarships in memory of Chris Nakamura; a leader of the Asian Pacific legal community of Arizona.
National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA)
http://www.napaba.org
ed@napaba.org
1612 K Street NW, Ste. 1400
Washington, DC 20006
P: 202-775-9555
F: 202-775-9333
Diane Yu Loan Repayment Assistance Program To assist recent law graduates who are working in Asia Pacific American legal service organizations to repay a portion of their student loans. Law. Applicant must be a student enrolled as a law degree candidate in an accredited law school in the US at least half time as determined by the school. Applicants must have demonstrated financial need. $5,000 for each of two years to be applied to their educational debt.   Applicants must submit a completed and signed application form from foundation; official copy of the applicant's most recent law school transcript; resume; letter of recommendation from persons not related to the applicant. Re-marks: Diane Yu is a long-time supporter of NAPABA and the NAPABA Law Foundation and generously funded a program in 2004.   Priya Bose, Phone: 202-775-9555; E-mail: pbose@napaba.org.  
National Association of School Safety and Law Enforcement Officers (NASSLEO)
http://www.nassleo.orgSCHOLARSHIPS
nassleo@nassleo.org
PO Box 210079
Milwaukee, Wl 53221
P: 315-529-4858
F: 877-282-4860
National Association Of School Safety And Law Enforcement Officers [Nassleo] Scholarships To provide financial assistance to students who have chosen to further their education and are considering a career in school security and/or law enforcement. Law Enforcement. Applicant must be a senior graduating student from a public high school; will be attending an accredited college or university; has not received a full scholarship; has been outstanding in the area of citizenship and community service. The committee will select one individual student from each region for the award. $500.   The faculty member must submit the complete nomination form, which can be downloaded at the NASSLEO website. Faculty member must fist the individual's accomplishments in the area of citizenship and community service, what he/she has done to improve safety in the school, the contributions the student has made to his/her school, and any recognition received from his/her peers and/or faculty of the school for personal or academic achievement during this past school year. The narrative report must be limited to a single page. April 1. Peter Pochowski, Executive Director at the above ad-dress.  
National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ)
http://www.nawj.org
nawj@nawj.org
1341 Connecticut Ave. NW, Ste. 42
Washington, DC 20036-1834
P: 202-393-0222
F: 202-393-0125
Equal Access To Justice Scholarships To provide financial assistance for law students who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to diversity and equality in the system of justice. Law. Applicants must be enrolled second- or third-year law students in good academic standing who demonstrate a sustained and passionate commitment to the achievement of equality of opportunity and access in the system of justice. Recipient is selected by the Scholarship Selection Committee. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit the completed application form and a 500-word personal statement and a resume.      
National Black Graduate Student Association (NBGSA)
http://www.goshatechnologycompany.com/ nbgsa/site/index.html
nationaloffice@nbgsa.org
PO Box 96503, No. 76326
Washington, DC 20090
P: 800-471-4102
Willie D. Lawson, Jr. Memorial Scholarships To financially assist NBGSA members in obtaining a higher education. General studies. Applicants must be members of NBGSA; must be entering or pursuing Master's, Doctoral or Professional degrees; must give NBGSA permission to use applicants' photos taken at the conference, on website and in publications; must have 3.0 GPA or higher; must attend the National Conference; and must be U.S. citizens. Selection will be based on NBGSA involvement; university, community contributions, and academic excellence. $500. 3. Applicants must submit a completed application form; recommendation letter; official transcripts; one-page essay with the theme: Transforming Roads Ahead." January. Questions should be directed to Lecia Gresham at historian@nbgsa.org.  
National Black Police Association (NBPA)
http://www.blackpolice.org
nationafofftce@blackpoiice.org
3100 Main St., No. 256
Dallas, TX 75226
P: 855-879-6272
F: 202-986-0410
Alphonso Deal Scholarship Awards To support students pursuing education in law enforcement, or other related field. Law enforcement. Applicant must be a high school senior and a U.S. citizen with good character. Recipients will be selected based on adherence to contest/application rutes. Amount not specified. Duration: Two years.   Applicants must fill up the application form available at the website. Applicant must prepare a recommendation letter (from principal, counselor or teacher); a current high school transcript with picture; and an acceptance letter from a college/ university. May 15.    
National Business Aviation Association (NBAA)
http://www.nbaa.org
info@nbaa.org
1200 18th St. NW, Ste. 400
Washington, DC 20036-9000
P: 202-783-9000
F: 202-331-8364
Lawrence Ginocchio Aviation Scholarships To recognize individuals who have demonstrated honesty, integrity, and selflessness in their dealings with others. Aviation. Applicants must be full-time undergraduate sophomores, juniors, or senior students officially enrolled or accepted for enrollment in an aviation related two-year, four-year or postgraduate degree program; must be U.S. citizens; and must have grade point average of 3.0 or above on a 4.0 scale. Recipients are selected based on academic performance and financial need. $4,500. 5. Appticants must submit a complete application form; must submit an official transcript of records; a 500 to 1,000-word, typed, double-spaced essay describing the applicant's interest in and goals for a career in the business aviation industry and demonstrating the applicant's strength of character; two letters of recommendation from those qualified to comment on the career aspirations and qualifications of the applicant especially as they relate to business aviation; and current resume. Any e-mailed materials must be signed and provided in a PDF format. July 29. Jay Evans at the above address or e-mail scholarships@nbaa.org.  
National Center for Law and Economic Justice (NCLEJ)
http://www.ndej.org
info@ndej.org
275 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1506
New York, NY 10001-6708
P: 212-633-6967
F: 212-633-6371
NCLEJ Law School Graduate Fellows And Volunteers To provide opportunities for students who would like to participate in various aspects of federal and state court litigation, ranging from case planning, pleading or motion drafting and discovery of trial. Law. Applicants must be recent law graduates. Applications are considered on a rolling basis. No specific amount.   Applicants must provide a cover letter describing their interests; resume; writ-ing sample; and three references.   Questions should be forwarded to Henry Freedman at freedman@nclej.org. Materials should be submitted by e-mail to fellowship@nclej.org.  
National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
http://www.ncaa.org
E-mail; pmr@ncaa.org
PO Box 6222
Indianapolis, IN 46206-6222
P: 317-917-6222
F: 317-917-6888
Walter Byers Postgraduate Scholarships To promote and encourage postgraduate education for student-athletes. Sports studies. Student-athletes must have overall undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.50 or better (based on a maximum 4.0), or the equivalent; have competed in intercollegiate athletics as a member of a varsity team at an NCAA member institution; be graduating seniors or enrolled in graduate studies at an NCAA member institution; have intentions of applying for admission into a graduate degree program at a property accredited, nonprofit educational institution or into a post baccalaureate professional degree program at a professionally accredited law school, medical school, or the equivalent, without restriction as to the national site of the institution; committed to work on a futl-time basis toward a graduate degree or toward a post baccalaureate professional degree; have evidenced superior character and leadership; have demonstrated that participation in athletics has been a positive influence in personal and intellectual development; and enrolled in a graduate degree program within five years of being named a Byer's Scholar. Redpients witl be selected based on financial need. $24,000. Duration: One academic year. One male and one female. Student-athletes must be nominated by the institution's Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) or a FAR designee (an individual in academics); must complete the application form; must submit personal essay outlining the nominees long and short-term goals; separate fadual lists of: (1) principal adivities while in college; (2) honors received; and (3) principal involvement in community activities; four recommendation letters; and official transcript of records. January 28. For further information, contad Lori Thomas or may send an e-mail at Ithomas@ncaa.org.  
National Federation of the Blind (NFB)
http://www.nfb.org
200 East Wells Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
P: 410-659-9314
F: 410-685-5653
Howard Brown Rickard Scholarships To recognize achievements of blind scholars and to create opportunities for all blind people. Law; Medicine; Engineering; Architecture; Natural Sdence. All applicants must be legally blind; he/she must be pursuing or planning to study in the field of law, medidne, engineering, architedure or the natural science; he/she must be a participant in the NFB national convention and in all scheduled scholarship program activities. Committee of Scholarship Program will evaluate the application based on academic excellence, community service, and finandal need. $3,000.   Applicant must fill out the application form; he/she must submit two tetters of recommendation from individuals that can describe the academic ability, leadership skills, and/or community involvement; copies of transcript of record and a photocopy of score reports for all standardized tests taken for college admission (ACT, SAT or other); an applicant must provide a letter of proof of legal blindness from a qualified professional; and an affiliate President's letter. March 31.    
National Federation of Paralegal Associations (NFPA)
http://www.paralegals.org
info@paralegals.org
PO Box 2016
Edmonds, WA 98020
P: 425-967-0045
F: 425-771-9588
NFPA/Pace Scholarships To promote a global presence for the paralegal profession and leadership in the community. Paralegal studies. Appticants must be NFPA members; must be eligible to take the PACE exam. Recipients are selected based on the quality of the essay and financial needs. No specific amount.   Applicants must complete the application form; must sign the affidavit; write an essay of no more than four-pages responding to the question, "Why is it important to become a PACE Registered Paralegal?" July 1. National Federation of Paralegal Assodations at the above address.  
National Federation of Paralegal Associations (NFPA)
http://www.paralegals.org
info@paralegals.org
PO Box 2016
Edmonds, WA 98020
P: 425-967-0045
F: 425-771-9588
NFPA And Thomson West Scholarships To promote a global presence for the paralegal profession and leadership in the legal community. Paralegal studies. Appticants must be part-time or full-time, currently- enrolled students or accepted students in an accredited paralegal education program or college level program with emphasis in paralegal studies; and must demonstrate or maintain at least a "B" average. Redpients are selected based on scholastic excellence, partidpation in campus and paralegal program leadership activities, community service, review of the writing samples and financial need. $5,000.   Appticants must submit original and three copies of the following: (1) letter of recommendation from the diredor of paralegal education program or an employer; (2) a doublespaced essay of required topics (not more than four pages); (3) recent official transcript showing at least a 'B* average. High school transcripts are acceptable only if an applicant has not completed a college semester.      
National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF)
http://www.hemophilia.org
handi@hemophilia.org
7 Penn Plaza, Suite 1204
New York, NY 10001
P: 212-328-3700
F: 212-328-3777
Lawrence Madeiros Scholarships To inspire educational pursuits among individuals with bleeding disorders by providing financial aid. General studies. Applicants must be students with an inherited bleeding disorder or other chronic disorder attending an accredited college or university. Recipients are chosen based on combined merit and need. $1,000. Varies. Applicants must submit the completed application form available from the website along with a copy of current transcript and a statement of recommendation. Forward documents to: The Lawrence Madeiros Scholarship, c/o PO Box 11, Mayfield, NY 12117. May 1.    
National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF)
http://www.hemophilia.org
handi@hemophilia.org
7 Penn Plaza, Suite 1204
New York, NY 10001
P: 212-328-3700
F: 212-328-3777
Michael Bendix Sutton Foundation To encourage careers in the field of law among individuals with bleeding disorders. Law. Students with hemophilia pursuing pre-law studies are eligible to apply. Recipients are chosen based on combined merit and need. $2,000. Number Awarded: Applicants must write for applications addressed to: Michael Bendix Sutton Foundation, c/o Marion B. Sutton, 300 Maritime Ave., White Plains, NY 10601.      
National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts (NHFA)
http://www.hispanicarts.org
info@hispanicarts.org
Waterfront Center 1010 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Ste. 650
Washington, DC 20007
P: 202-293-8330
F: 202-965-5252
NHFA Scholarships To support the education of Hispanic youth in the media, arts, and communications industry. Media arts; Arts; Communications. Applicant must be of Hispanic heritage (one parent fully Hispanic or each parent half Hispanic); a U.S. citizen or a legal permanent resident with a permanent resident card or passporl stamped 1-551 (current); a graduate student enrolled full-time at one of the selected universities (Yale, Harvard, Columbia, NYU, Northwestern, UCLA, USC, and UT Austin); pursuing a degree in one of the following areas: Drama/Theater, Set Design/Costume Design, Lighting Design, Film (writing/directing/production), Broadcast Communications, Entertainment Law, or Business Administration with an emphasis on entertainment management; and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Selection is based on academic record; academic plans and career goals; financial need (for educational purposes); community service; compelling essay responses; letter of recommendation; and portfolio submission. No specific amount.   Applicants must complete the scholarship application online. June 30.    
National Institute of Justice (NIJ)

support@grants.gov
810 7th St. NW
Washington, DC 20531
P: 202-307-2942
W.E.B. Du Bois Fellowships To provide talented researchers with an op-portunity, early in their career, to elevate independently generated research and ideas to the level of national discussion. Criminal justice. Applicants must have a terminal degree in any academic discipline and not yet have been awarded tenure. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. $100,000.   Applicants must visit the website for the application or may contact the Institute for other application information.   Marilyn Moses, 202- 514-6205, marilyn.moses@usdoj.gov.  
National Institute of Justice (NIJ)

support@grants.gov
810 7th St. NW
Washington, DC 20531
P: 202-307-2942
NIJ Visiting Fellowships To encourage researchers from a broad range of disciplines related to crime and justice. Criminal justice. Applicants must be researchers in all areas of criminal justice scholarship pertinent to NIJ's broad research mission including the social sciences, forensic sciences and criminal justice technology. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. No specific amount.   Applicants must visit the website for the application or may contact the Institute for other application information.   Thomas Feucht, 202-307-2949, thomas.feucht@us- doj.gov.  
National Italian American Bar Association (NIABA)
http://www.niaba.org
niaba@niaba.org
PMB 932 2020 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20006-1846
P: 617-561-0999
F: 617-561-8385
National Italian American Bar Association Scholarships To assist deserving and qualified students who wish to further their legal education at a law school. Law. Applicants must be enrolled at a Law School member of the National Italian Bar Association. Recipients will be selected based on scholastic ability; character; activities and any other information provided on or with the application. Financial need may also be considered. $1,000. 3. Appticants must submit an official law school grade transcript for the most recent academic year; (two-page, double-spaced) personal letter in support of the application; and two letters of reference. Application form and other supporting materials may be sent to: Pacia & Pacia, LTD., 50 Power Rd., Pawtucket, Rl 02860-3451. August 15. Raymond A. Pacia, Pacia & Pacia, LTD., 50 Power Rd., Pawtucket, Rl 02860-3451.  
National Judges Association (NJA)
http://www.nationaljudgesassociation.org
njaoffice@yahoo.com
PO Box 325
Glendale, OR 97442
P: 888-FONE-NJA
F: 541-832-2674
National Judges Association Scholarships To engage in education and research concerning the procedures, powers and practices of non-attorneys; to assist qualified members to attend judicial education institutions. Law. Applicants must be non-attorney judges and must be members of National Judges Association (NJA). Redpients are selected based on financial need. No specific amount. Duration: One year. 4. Applicants must complete the application form and must provide evidence that they are members of the American judiciary.   For application and for more information, contact Hon. Roy C. Vance, 1126 Main St., Ste. 1, St. Johnsbury, VT 05819.  
National Law Enforcement and Firefighters Childrens Foundation (NLEAFCF)
http://www.nleafcf.org
nleafcf@nleafcf.org
1383 6th Ave., No. 275
New York, NY 10019
P: 646-822-4236
F: 212-754-7947
Victoria Ovis Memorial Scholarships To recognize an outstanding individual and to assist that individual in meeting his/her education/career goals. General studies. Applicants must be college-bound, undergraduate or graduate students who are children of law enforcement officers or firefighters who died in the line of duty; must have grown up or currently reside and attend school preferably in the metro New York area or New York State; must show evidence of enrollment or acceptance in an appropriate degree or certificate program for the current or following academic year before receiving the award; must show evidence that he/she is the child of a law enforcement officer or firefighter killed in the fine of duty. Selection will be based on scholastic and other achievements. $2,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a completed application form; personal essay not exceeding 500 words that summarizes the ap-plicant's personal accomplishments, chosen course of study and personal and professional goals; documentation verifying connection to law enforcement and firefighter decent (the statement may come from an agency representative); copy of tuition bill or statement from school or degree program; proof of US citizenship (birth certificate, naturalization papers or US passport); documentation of academic record and current school status. Include the most recent transcripts and letter of acceptance into chosen school and study program; letters of recommendation from two individuals other than family members, including one academic and one personal reference. July 15. Sarahbeth Grossman, Phone: 646-822-4236; email: sbgrossman@nleafcf. org.  
National Legal Aid and Defender Association (NLADA)
http://www.nlada.org
info@nlada.org
1140 Connecticut Ave. NW, Ste. 900
Washington, DC 20036
P: 202-452-0620
F: 202-872-1031
The C. Lyons Fellowship Program To support emerging leaders in the equal justice community. Law. Applicant must be a member of the NLADA. Applicants will be evaluated based on a demonstrated commitment to the delivery of legal services to the poor; a clearly-defined project or interest that is national in scope and that would be mutually beneficial to NLADA and the program from which the fellow represents; and the desire to learn about and explore national advocacy and public policy issues. No amount specified.   Applicant must check the website of the National Legal Aid and Defender Association for more detailed information about the fellowship.   Deborah Dubois, VP of Marketing, Communications & Development, at 202-452-0620 ext. 229 or at d.dubois@nlada.org.  
National LGBT Bar Association (NLGLA)
http://www.nlgla.org
info@lgbtbar.org
1301 K St. NW, Ste. 1100, East Tower
Washington, DC 20005-3823
P: 202-637-7661
Michael Greenberg Student Writing Competition To support the education of LGBT law students. Law. Applicant must be a student enrolled in an ABA-accredited law school. Selection is based on the essays. First Place: $1,000. 3. Applicants must submit electronically their essays fit for publication in a law review. Entries must be in English, should be less than 25 single-sided pages with one-inch margins and 12-point Times New Roman font, double-spaced. The page limit includes footnotes. Send entries in either Word or PDF format to writingcompetition@lg- btbar.org. June 1. Samuel Pearson-Moore, sm1503a@student.american.edu.  
National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE)
http://www.noblenational.org
jakers@noblenatl.org
Hubert T. Bell Jr. Office Complex, 4609-F Pinecrest Office Park Dr.
Alexandria, VA 22312-1442
P: 703-658-1529
F: 703-658-9479
National Organization Of Black Law Enforcement Executives Fellowship Programs To ensure that minorities will have equal opportunities in participating in different levels of law enforcement. Law enforcement. Applicant must be a NOBLE member and a full-time active law enforcement official holding a college degree. Applications are screened by the review committee and the Executive Director of NOBLE. No specific amount. Duration: Three months; six months; and one year.   Applicant must submit a statement of proposed project/activity for the Fellowship period. If the proposed project in not ongoing activity of NOBLE, an applicant is required to submit a proposed budget and source of funding.     The employer of the applicant must agree to pay the fellow's salary and fringe benefits during the fellowship.
National Senior Citizens Law Center (NSCLC)
http://www.nsclc.org
nsclc@nsdc.org
1444 Eye St. NW, Ste. 1100
Washington, DC 20005
P: 202-289-6976
F: 202-289-7224
NSCLC Post-Graduate Fellowships To provide training and meaningful experience to law school graduates. Law. Applicant must have high-caliber legal research and writing skills, a genuine and documented commitment to working for poor and underserved populations and an ability to take initiative and work independently; committed to a public interest career; with previous experience or familiarity with income issues; or with ties to low-income, racial/ ethnic minority communities and other underserved populations. Selection is based on the application. No specific amount.   Appticants must send a cover letter, resume, law school transcript, writing sample and three references to: Hiring Coordinator, NSCLC, 1330 Broadway, Ste. 525, Oakland, CA 94612 or email to: oak- land@nsclc.org.      
National Sheriffs' Association (NSA)
http://www.sheriffs.org
1450 Duke St.
Alexandria, VA 22314
P: 703-836-7827
F: 703-683-6541
National Sheriffs' Association Scholarship Program To provide educational assistance to employees of a sheriff's office or their dependents. Criminal justice; Law. Applicant must be applying or enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate college program majoring in a criminal justice-related subject area; must be employed by a sheriff's office or a dependent of an individual employed by a sheriffs office; and must not be a previous recipient of the NSA scholarship. Scholarship is granted to applicants with complete requirements as reviewed by the NSA Awards and Scholarship Committee. $1,000. Duration: Two years.   Applicants must provide a completed Official NSA scholarship application form available at the website; a transcript from high school or college (if already attending college); two letters of recommendation (one must be from a principal, teacher, guidance counselor, or advisor); endorsement letter from the sheriff of applicant's county; statement of financial need; and an essay (minimum of 500 words) stating why does an applicant deserves the scholarship and describing the greatest challenge does sheriffs faces today. Required materials must be photocopied and forwarded to the NSA Awards and Scholarship Committee together with the application form. April 29. Submissions and questions should be directed to Susan Crow; Phone: 703-838-5335; E- mail: scrow@sheriffs.org.  
National Society of Accountants (NSA)
http://www.nsacct.org
members@nsacct.org
1010 N Fairfax St.
Alexandria, VA 22314
P: 703-549-6400
F: 703-549-2984
The Stanley H. Stearman Awards To provide financial assistance for students majoring in accounting. Accounting. Applicant must be a dependent or spouse, niece, nephew, son- or daughter-in-law of an active/ retired, living or deceased NSA member. Recipients are selected based on submitted application; academic record; demonstrated leadership; participation in school and community activities; honors; work experience; statements of goals and aspirations; personal or family circumstances; outside appraisal and financial need. $2,000. Duration: Three years.   Applicants must complete the application form (available on the website) and mail it with a transcript of records. March 10. Sally Brasse, Scholarship America, One Scholarship Way, Saint Peter, MN 56082; Phone: 507-931-1682. The award is to honor retired NSA Executive Vice President Stanley Stearman.
Native Women's Association of Canada
http://www.nwac-hq.org/en
PO Box 331 Chiefswood Rd.
Ohsweken, ON, Canada NOA1M0
P: 519-445-0990
F: 519-445-0924
Helen Bassett Commemorative Scholarships To provide financial support for students intending to pursue their law careers. Law. Applicants must be post-secondary students, spedfically Aboriginal females, pursuing a law career; must be under 31 years old; must demonstrate financial need; and must demonstrate commitment to improving the situation of Aboriginal women and youth in Canada politically, culturally, economically or otherwise. Applicants will be selected based on financial need and academic standing. $1,000. 4. Applicants must submit application form, proof of age, and proof of Aboriginal descent; must have a proof of attending postsecondary studies: acceptance letter from a post- secondary institution; must have the most recent official transcript, proof of community involvement/interest and dedication in working on Aboriginal women's issues; one reference letter of support from a local community organization, or school, or any relevant organization/person; must provide a short 1-2-page essay and statement of financial need in a letter, plus monthly or yearly budget and a list of other funding sources and scholarships. July 29. Kailey Brennan, Youth Program Assistant Phone: 800-461-4043; e-mail at kbrennan@nwac.ca.  
New Hampshire Association of Educational Office Professionals (NHAEOP)
http://www.nhaeop.org
info@nhaeop.org
150 Wakefield St.. Ste. 8
Rochester, NH 03867
  Julia T. Pingree Student Scholarships To help students further their education. Business. Applicants must be graduating high school senior students; must have plans to further their education in a business related program; and must have completed four or more of the following courses: a) computer classes; b) keyboarding/typing; c) shorthand/speedwriting; d) accounting or bookkeeping; e) marketing; f) office practices and procedures; g) business law; and h) business communication. Recipients will be selected based on submitted application materials. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a filled-out application form, biographical information, essay and an official transcript of records. Applicants must provide one original and two copies of the application packet in order (no folders, binders, etc.). March 11. Nancy Morrison, 10 Chuck Druding Dr., Nashua, NH 03063; Phone: 603-589-6405.  
New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJSCPA)
http://www.njscpa.org
425 Eagle Rock Ave., Ste. 100
Roseland, NJ 07068-1723
P: 973-226-4494
F: 973-226-7425
NJSCPA High School Scholarships To support New Jersey high school seniors who plan to major in accounting. Accounting. Applicant must intend to begin the study of accounting as a major; a U.S. citizen or lawfully admitted for permanent residence; a New Jersey resident attending, or just recently graduated from, a New Jersey high school; a high school senior planning to enter college; majoring or has a concentration in accounting in college; and has a GPA of 3.0 or above, or a minimum combined verbal, math and essay SAT score of 1500, or minimum average ACT score of 23. Selection is based on academic performance, an essay and a personal interview. Up to $8,500. Duration: Four years.   Applicants must submit a completed application form along with an essay, and a guidance copy of standardized test score, GPA and class rank (if available). December 19. Janice Amatucci at jamatucci@njscpa.org or 973-226- 4494 x-209.  
New Jersey State Bar Foundation (NJSBF)
http://www.njsbf.org
One Constitution Square
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
P: 732-249-5000
F: 732-828-0034
The Labor Law Scholarships To support law students in their pursuit of legal education. Law. Applicants must be students who wish to enter the field of labor law, and are in the second or third year at a New Jersey law school. The criteria for the selection of candidates indude academic excellence (GPA and class standing), participation in extracurricular activities, financial need and community service. Attention is given to academic achievement in the area of labor law. No spedfic amount. 1. Scholarship applications are available at the beginning of the second semester at the financial aid offices of the New Jersey law schools.   Florence Nathan at 732-937-7518 or by email at fnathan@njsbf.org.  
New Jersey State Bar Foundation (NJSBF)
http://www.njsbf.org
One Constitution Square
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
P: 732-249-5000
F: 732-828-0034
Abram D. And Maxine H. Londa Scholarships To support law students in their pursuit of legal education. Law. Applicants must be students entering their second or third year at a New Jersey law school. The criteria for the selection of candidates include academic excellence (GPA and class standing), participation in extracurricular activities, financial need and community service. Preference will be given to a student from Union County. No specific amount. 1. Scholarship applications are available at the beginning of the second semester at the financial aid offices of the New Jersey law schools.   Florence Nathan at 732-937-7518 or by email at fnathan@njsbf.org.  
New Jersey State Bar Foundation (NJSBF)
http://www.njsbf.org
One Constitution Square
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
P: 732-249-5000
F: 732-828-0034
Sonia Morgan Scholarships To support law students in their pursuit of legal education. Law. Applicants must be female students entering their second or third year at a New Jersey law school. The criteria for the selection of candidates include academic excellence (GPA and class standing), participation in extracurricular activities, financial need and community service. No specific amount. 1. Scholarship applications are available at the beginning of the second semester at the financial aid offices of the New Jersey law schools.   Florence Nathan at 732-937-7518 or by email at fnathan@njsbf.org.  
New Jersey State Bar Foundation (NJSBF)
http://www.njsbf.org
One Constitution Square
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
P: 732-249-5000
F: 732-828-0034
Wallace Vail Scholarships To support law students in their pursuit of legal education. Law. Applicants must be students entering their second or third year at a New Jersey law school. The criteria for the selection of candidates include academic excellence (GPA and class standing), participation in extracurricular activities, financial need and community service. The scholarship is given to the candidate who achieved the highest academic performance among the three law schools (Rutgers University School of Law-Newark; Rutgers University School of Law-Camden; Seton Hall University School of Law). No specific amount. 1. Scholarship applications are available at the beginning of the second semester at the financial aid offices of the New Jersey law schools.   Florence Nathan at 732-937-7518 or by email at fnathan@njsbf.org.  
New York State Senate
http://www.nysenate.gov
students@senate.state.ny.us
222 Madison Ave.
Albany, NY 12230
P: 518-474-5877
Undergraduate Session Assistants Program To provide talented and able students with firsthand experience in New York State government at the legislative level. Public service. Applicant must be enrolled as a full time matriculating undergraduate student in an accredited program; pursuing a career in public service; a United States citizen; maintaining a 3.0 GPA and will have been enrolled full time in the immediately previous spring and current fall semester, or previous two trimesters; and have respectable research and strong communication skills. Selection is based on the application. $4,140. Duration: 4 months. 30. Applicants must submit a completed application form along with official transcripts of all collegiate work; special areas of skill or honors; a resume (1 page); preferred area of policy interest; three confidential letters of reference from persons familiar with the ap-plicant's academic abilities and professional aptitude; one longer essay (1,200 words) and two policy memoranda; a statement of purpose; a certification by the CLO or other authorized campus official for each applicant stating that the applicant has been interviewed and/or the individual academic record reviewed to ensure applicant is eligible and meets all program and institutional requirements; certification of the applicant's present coursework-in-progress; and a signed Student Statement (see page i of the application). October 29. Edna L. Jackson, Legislative Office Building 1426, Albany, NY 12247.  
Newberry Library
http://www.newberry.org
research@newberry.org
60 West Walton Street
Chicago, IL 60610
P: 312-943-9090
Lawrence Lipking Fellowships At The Newberry Library To provide assistance to researchers who wish to use the Newberry Library's collections. General studies. Applicants must be Northwestern graduate students in English. Selection will be based on the committee's criteria. $5,130 plus tuition.   Applicants should supply a Newberry Library Short-Term and Special Awards Cover Sheet, Curriculum Vitae, a letter of recommendation, and a description (no more than 500 words) of the research they plan to carry out and its relation to Newberry resources. Applications should be submitted as email attachments to research@newberry.org and to n-mead2@northwestem.edu. April 16.    
Northern Indiana Community Foundation (NICF)
http://www.nicf.org
fulton@nicf.org
PO Box 807 Main St.
Rochester, IN 46975
P: 574-224-3223
F: 574-224-3709
Frederick Rakestraw Law Scholarships To provide scholarships for qualified college graduates pursuing a degree in law. Law. Applicants must be residents of Fulton County Indiana for at least three years during their high school career; must be graduate students pursuing a Degree in Law enrolled in any school in United States. Selection of recipients is based on merit. $1,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship form; an acceptance letter or other proof of enrollment in any school of law in the US; a current transcript; and three letters of recommendation. June 27. corinne@ nicf.org.  
Oklahoma City University School of Law
http://www.okcu.edu/law/
2501 N. Blackwelder Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
P: 405-208-5337
Kerr Foundation Scholarships To provide finandal assistance for qualified law students intending to pursue their studies. Law. Applicants must be upper class students who have high GPA (generally 3.5 or above) and high LSAT (generally at the 80th percentile or above). Selection of applicants is based on academic performance, service to the school, financial need and character. No spedfic amount. 20. Applicants must complete the application form available online and submit along with their undergraduate transcript and letters of recommendation.      
Oklahoma City University School of Law
http://www.okcu.edu/law/
2501 N. Blackwelder Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
P: 405-208-5337
Oklahoma City University Merit Scholarships To provide financial assistance for qualified law students intending to pursue their studies. Law. Applicants must have high GPA (generally 3.5 or above) and high LSAT (generally at the 80th percentile or above). Selection is based on LSAT and GPA average. No specific amount. Duration: One year.   No application needed, all admitted students are considered. April 1.    
Oklahoma City University School of Law
http://www.okcu.edu/law/
2501 N. Blackwelder Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
P: 405-208-5337
Hatton W. Sumners Scholarships To provide finandal assistance for qualified law students intending to pursue their studies. Law. Applicants must be U.S. dti- zens; must rank in the top quarter of their dass; must be residents of or students/graduates of colleges or universities in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Texas, Louisiana, Nebraska, or New Mexico; and must be admitted to the school of law. Selection is based on academic proficiency, extracurricular achievement and demonstrated capacity for public service. Covers all tuition and other fees, $400 book allowance and $2,500 living stipend. Duration: One year.   Ap-plicants must complete the application form available online must also submit their undergraduate transcript and letters of recommendation. February 1. Hatton W. Sumners Scholarship Committee, OCU Law, PO Box 61310, Oklahoma City, OK 73146-1310.  
Park Law Enforcement Association (PLEA)
http://www.parkranger.com
info@parkranger.com
c/oSteve Newsom 10245 Winton Rd.
Cindnnati, OH 45231
  Newell S. Rand Jr. Memorial Scholarships To promote park law enforcement. Law Enforcement. Applicants must be enrolled in a field of study related to park law enforcement. Recipients are chosen by the PLEA Board or Committee appointed by the PLEA board. $1,000. Duration: One year. 1. Applicants must submit current resume including education, work experience and civic activity; a letter showing their interest in the Park Law Enforcement field and explaining why they are worthy of the PLEA Scholarship; three letters of recommendation from an instructor or advisor in their field of study; and proof of enrollment. Applications must be submitted to the PLEA President. June 1. Return application and othsr supporting documents should be sent to: John Nesbit, Saint Louis County Park Rangers, 41 S Central, Clayton, MO 63105, or e-mail at jnesbit@stlouisco.com.  
Parkersburg Area Community Foundation
http://www.pacfwv.com
info@pacfwv.com
1620 Park Ave., PO Box 1762
Parkersburg, WV 26101
P: 304-428-4438
F: 304-428-1200
Lawrence E. Davis Scholarships To encourage the graduating seniors of Parkersburg High School to pursue their education in either the state of West Virginia or Ohio. General studies. Applicants must be graduating seniors from Parkersburg High School who have been admitted to attend an accredited four- year institution of higher education in either the state of West Virginia or Ohio as full-time students with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Selection of recipients will be based on financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a cover sheet (three pages) and application form (four pages); must have a personal essay; must have a high school and/or post-secondary transcript; must provide a letter of recommendation in a signed, copy of the page of their or their parent's most recent tax return that indicates adjusted gross income; and must have a Student Aid Report showing estimated family contribution from FAFSA. Application form and other supporting documents must be sent to Our Community's Foundation, PO Box 1762, Parkersburg, WV 26102. March 7.    
Parkersburg Area Community Foundation
http://www.pacfwv.com
info@pacfwv.com
1620 Park Ave., PO Box 1762
Parkersburg, WV 26101
P: 304-428-4438
F: 304-428-1200
William R. Pfalzgraf Scholarships To assist graduating students in their educational pursuits. Law; Education, English as a second language; Music. Applicant must be a Parkersburg High School graduating senior with a minimum of 3.0 GPA. Selection of applicants will be based on merit, motivation toward higher education, character and financial need. Preference will be given to student with interest in or achievement in the areas of law, debating, English or music. No specific amount.   Applicant must submit a cover sheet (3 pages) and application form (4 pages); a personal essay; a high school and/or post-secondary transcript; a letter of recommendation; a signed copy of the page of their or their parent's most recent tax return that indicates adjusted gross income; and a Student Aid Report showing estimated family contribution from FAFSA. Application form and other supporting documents must be sent to Our Community's Foundation, PO Box 1762, Parkersburg, WV 26102. March 7.    
Parkersburg Area Community Foundation
http://www.pacfwv.com
info@pacfwv.com
1620 Park Ave., PO Box 1762
Parkersburg, WV 26101
P: 304-428-4438
F: 304-428-1200
Wood County Bar Association Memorial Scholarships To provide financial assistance for qualified individuals intending to pursue their law degree. Law. Applicant must be a student attending an accredited law school in the United States and must have certain minimal contacts with Wood, Jackson, Ritchie, Wirt, or Pleasant Counties in West Virginia. Selection of recipients will be based on scholarship selection criteria. $250-$500.   Applicant must submit a cover sheet (three pages) and application form (four pages); a personal essay; a high school and/or post-secondary transcript; a letter of recommendation; a signed copy of the page of their or their parent's most recent tax return that indicates adjusted gross income; and a Student Aid Report showing estimated family contribution from FAFSA. Application form and other supporting documents must be sent to Our Community's Foundation, PO Box 1762, Parkersburg, WV 26102. March 7.    
Peggy Browning Fund
http://www.peggybrowningfund.org
mmoffa@peggybrowningfund.org
1818 Market St., Ste. 2300
Philadelphia, PA 19103
P: 215-665-6815
F: 215-564-2262
Peggy Browning Fund - Chicago School- Year Fellowships To provide assistance for the education of law students about the human rights and needs of workers. Law. Applicant must be a student in good standing at a participating law school in proximity to the fellowship location and must have completed at least one year of law school. Selection is based on submitted application materials. Approximately $3,700. Duration: Ten weeks. 50. Applicants must submit a cover letter, a completed application form and resume.   Mary Ann Moffa at the above address.  
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Associated Women For Pepperdine (Awp] Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School. Education; Psychology; Law. Applicants must be admitted at Pepperdine University; and be members of the Church of Christ. Recipient selection is based financial need, merit, character, and church membership. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume, letter of qualifications, and a letter confirming active membership in a local Church of Christ congregation. January 15.    
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Beck-Pfann Memorial Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be second-year students. Recipient selection is based on community service, academic achievement, financial need, and extracurricular activities. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications.     Established in honor of R. Michael Beck and C. Lori Pfann.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
David And Camille Boatwright Endowed Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Recipient of the award is determined by the Scholarship Committee. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume, and letter of qualifications. January 15.    
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Ann Marie Bredefeld Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be students who share the Christian values of Pepperdine. Award is given based on merit. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications.      
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Margaret Martin Brock Scholarships In Law To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Recipient of the award is determined by the Scholarship Committee. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Scholarship fund was established by the late Mrs. Margaret Marlin Brock.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Kae And Kay Brockermeyer Endowed Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be law students interested in trial advocacy. Applicant must also be a resident of the state of Texas. Award is given based on merit. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications.      
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Shirley J. Brooke Endowed Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be female law students who demonstrate above average academic achievement. Award is given based on merit. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.    
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Athalie Clarke Endowed Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Recipient of the award is determined by the Scholarship Committee. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Funded by the late Athalie Irvine Clarke.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Brian Dane Cleary Memorial Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Recipients will be selected based on financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Established by the family members and friends of Brian Dane Cleary, member of the Class of 1991, died in a car accident 18 days before graduation.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Hugh And Hazel Darling Dean Scholarships To encourage students to remain enrolled at the School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Recipients are selected based on academic excellence as well as school and community involvement. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.    
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Darling Foundation Endowed School Of Law Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Recipients will be selected based on financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.    
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Martha Delman And Milton Arthur Krug Endowed Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Ap-plicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Recipient of the award is determined by the Scholarship Committee. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Funded by the late Martha Delman Krug.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Edward D. Dl Loreto-Odell S. Mcconnell Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students with high scholastic standing. Recipients will be selected based on financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.    
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
R. Wayne Estes Endowed Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Recipient of the award is determined by the Scholarship Committee. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Remarks; Established by former students, colleagues and friends of Professor Emeritus R. Wayne Estes.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Judge Mcintyre Faries Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Recipient of the award is determined by the Scholarship Committee. No specific amount.   Appticants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Established by John Herlotz to honor California jurist, Judge McIntyre Faries.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Froberg-Suess Jd/Mba Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must have successfully completed at least one semester of law school and one semester of business school. Recipients are selected based on merit. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Applicants are required to make a moral pledge to give back to the scholarship fund within five years of the date of graduation from pep- perdine's School of Law.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Gerald Garner Memorial Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Recipient of the award is determined by the Scholarship Committee. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Established in memory of Gerald Gamer.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Terry M. Giles Honor Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be third-year students. Recipients are selected based on scholastic achievement, co-curricular and extracurricular activities, personality and character. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Sponsored by Terry M. Giles {class of 1974).
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Guy P. Greenwald Jr. Endowed Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Recipients will be selected based on financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Established by the late Guy P. Greenwald, attorney and Pepperdine friend.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Warren And Rosalie Gummow Endowed Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Recipients will be selected based on financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Funded by Rosalie and the late Warren Gummow.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Mark And Michelle Hiepler Endowed Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be the writers of the Best Respondent's Brief and Best Petitioner's Brief in the yearly Vincent              
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
S. Dalsimer Moot Court Competition.       Scholarships will be awarded based on financial need, academic study, community involvement, and health care law interest or health care background. Total of $1,000.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Established by Mark (class of 1988) and Michelle (class of 1989) Hiepler, in memory of Nelene Hiepler Fox.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Jd/Mba Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law; Business. Applicant must be a student enrolled in the joint JD and MBA program at the School of Law and Graziadio School of Business and Management. Applicant must be in good standing in all areas of the University. Award is given based on merit. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 12.    
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Jsr Foundation Endowed School Of Law Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Recipients will be selected based on financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Funded by JSR (Joan Stuart Richard) Foundation.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Woodrow Judkins Endowed Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students with good academic standing. Recipient of the award is determined by the Scholarship Committee. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications.      
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Kerrigan Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicant must be a single-parent mother at the School of Law. Award is given based on merit and need. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Established by Sharon Kerrigan, 1992 School of Law alumna.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Krist-Reavley Minority Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicant must be an ethnically diverse student. Award is given based on merit and need. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Established by noted trial attorney Ronald D. Krist and his wife, Carole.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Julia Kwan Endowed Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students pursuing a graduate degree. Recipients will be selected based on financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship ap-plication form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Funded by Julia Kwan.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Albert J. And Mae Lee Memorial Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students with above average scholastic ability, and who are in need of financial assistance. Award is given based on merit and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.    
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Greg Matthews Memorial Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Recipients will be selected based on financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.    
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
J. Mcdonald And Judy Williams School Of Law Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be admitted at Pepperdine University; and must be members of the Church of Christ. Award is given based on merit and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume, letter of qualifications, and a letter confirming active membership in a local Church of Christ congregation. January 15.    
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
John Merrick Law Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Preference is given to those with an interest in public service. No spedfic amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Established in honor of longtime Malibu judge John Merrick.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Charles I. Nelson Endowed Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Redpient of the award is determined by the Scholarship Committee. No spedfic amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Established by Kae Brockemeyer in honor of Professor Emeritus Charles Nelson.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Gunnar Nicholson Endowed Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Redpient of the award is determined by the Scholarship Committee. No spedfic amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.    
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Pepperdine University Armenian Student Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be law students of Armenian heritage; and must be admitted at Pepperdine University School of Law. Award is given based on merit. No spedfic amount.   Applicants must submit a completed application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Established by Khajak Kassabian, a 1997 School of Law alum.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Pepperdine University Dean'S Scholarships To assist students in the Juris Doctor program at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be admitted as full-time students at the Juris Doctor program at Pepperdine University School of Law in fall or spring semesters only; must have an under-graduate GPA of 3.5 or higher; and an LSAT score in the 88th percentile. Award is given based on merit. Varies.   Ap-plicants admitted full-time will be automatically considered.      
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Pepperdine University Diversity Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be admitted as full-time students of the Juris Doctor program at Pepperdine University School of Law in the fall or spring semesters only. Applicants must have the ability to bring significant diversity to the student body. Award is given based on merit. Varies. 4. Applicants must submit a completed Diversity Scholarship application to the Admissions Office. April 1.    
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Pepperdine University Faculty Scholarships To assist students in the Juris Doctor program at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be admitted as futl-time students at the Juris Doctor program at Pepperdine University School of Law in the fall or spring semesters only; have a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.65; and an LSAT score in the 93rd percentile. Recipients are selected based on academic excellence and personal achievement, without regard to financial need. Full tuition plus a $5,000 stipend. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a complete admission file; faculty scholar application; and a letter to the Office of Admissions. January 15.    
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Jamie Phillips Endowed Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Recipient of the award is determined by the Scholarship Committee. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Established in memory of Jamie Phillips, wife of School of Law Dean Emeritus Ronald F. Phillips.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
John Purfield Endowed Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Award is given based on academic excellence. No specific amount.   Appticants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Established by John Purfield..
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Barbara A. Shacochis Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students and members of the Law Review. Preference will be given to third year Law Review students or editors of the Law Review. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.    
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Benjamin G. Shatz Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be second or third-year students and active members of the Jewish Law Student Association. Award is given based on merit and finandal need. No spedfic amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Sponsored by Benjamin G. Shatz (class of 1992).
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Stuart Silverman Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students pursuing a Juris Doctorate degree at the School of Law; and must have overcome a major tragedy or hardship. Award is given based on need. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.    
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Special Law School Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students with a special financial need. Award is given based on finandal need. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.    
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Honorable Raymond Thompson Endowed Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Award is given based on public service, extracurricular activities, financial need and merit. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Established in memory of Raymond H. Thompson, Superior Court Judge and Professor Emeritus at the School of Law.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Brian J. White Endowed Law Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School. Law. Applicants must be practicing Christians committed to pursuing a career in criminal defense; must adively worship with a local congregation and be committed to Christ. Award is given based on a review of all application materials. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume, letter of qualifications, and a letter of confirmation from a minister or priest. January 15.   Established by Brian White.
Pepperdine University School of Law
http://www.pepperdine.edu
soladmis@pepperdine.edu
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
P: 310-506-4611
F: 310-506-4266
Howard A. White Endowed Scholarships To assist students at Pepperdine University School of Law. Law. Applicants must be Pepperdine University School of Law students. Award is given based on merit. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form together with a resume and a letter of qualifications. January 15.   Established in honor of Howard A. White, President Emeritus of Pepperdine University.
Philanthropic Educational Organization (PEO)
http://www.peointemational.org
glane@peodsm.org
3700 Grand Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50312
P: 515-255-3153
F: 515-255-3820
PEO Educational Loan Funds To promote educational opportunities for women who desire higher education and are in need of financial assistance. General studies. Applicants must be recommended by a local chapter of the P.E.O. sisterhood and must be within two years of completing their course of study; must be dtizens or legal permanent residents of the United States or Canada. Program is also open for applicants who are graduate students in medical or law schools, seniors seeking a bachelor's degree or students enrolled in a hospital professional nurse training program, a non-cotlegiate, technical program, or vocational program in a college or university. Redpients are selected based on finandal need. $10,000 (in total).   Applicants must submit a cover letter; application form with a packet checklist and instructions; school information form or proof of enrollment; transcript of records; request for permission to obtain credit report; acknowledgement of loan terms; and memo of indebtedness.      
Philippine American Bar Association Foundation (PABA)
http://pabafoundation.org
info@pabafoundation.org
1880 Century Park E, 12th FI.
Los Angeles, CA 90067
  PABA Foundation Community Service Scholarships To support the education of Filipino- American law students, recent law graduates, or practicing or foreign-trained attorneys. Law. Applicant must be of Filipino- American heritage; have demonstrated financial need; a full-time law student; and a resident of one of the following Southern California counties: Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Bernardino and San Diego. Selection is based on academic achievement, personal strengths (maturity and motivation, potential to succeed), well- informed educational and career goals in legal scholarship and research, and historically underrepresented legal spedalty areas and Fil-Am community areas of interest. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed Student Application Form (with signatures) along with the most recent Official Transcript of Grades (including grading scale; online transcripts are not acceptable); essay; resume (include paid/ unpaid work experience, school activities, family responsibilities, community service, honors and awards); copy of LSAT score report(s); two letters of recommendation (at least one of which is from a current teacher); and a copy of latest FAFSA Student Aid Report form. February 26. scholarship@pabafoundation.org.  
Philippine American Bar Association Foundation (PABA)
http://pabafoundation.org
info@pabafoundation.org
1880 Century Park E, 12th FI.
Los Angeles, CA 90067
  PABA Foundation Fellowships To support the education of Filipino- American law students, recent law graduates, or practicing or foreign-trained attorneys. Law Applicant must be of Filipino- American heritage; have demonstrated financial need; acceptance of legal scholarship position, postgrad admission or scholarly legal research with an affiliated university, school or nonprofit organization in Southern California; and a resident of one of the following Southern California counties: Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Bernardino and San Diego. Selection is based on academic achievement, personal strengths (maturity and motivation, potential to succeed), well- informed educational and career goals in legal scholarship and research, and historically underrepresented legal specialty areas and Fil-Am community areas of interest. $5,000.   Applicants must submit a completed Student Application Form (with signatures) along with the most recent Official Transcript of Grades (induding grading scale; online transcripts are not acceptable); essay; resume (include paid/unpaid work experience, school activities, family responsibilities, community service, honors and awards); copy of LSAT score report(s); two letters of recommendation (at least one of which is from a current teacher); and a copy of latest FAFSA Student Aid Report form. February 26. scholarship@pabafoundation.org.  
Philippine American Bar Association Foundation (PABA)
http://pabafoundation.org
info@pabafoundation.org
1880 Century Park E, 12th FI.
Los Angeles, CA 90067
  PABA Foundation Incentive Scholarships To support the education of Filipino- American law students, recent law graduates, or pradidng or foreign-trained attorneys. Law. Applicant must be of Filipino- American heritage; have demonstrated financial need; admitted to an accredited law school in Southern California; and a resident of one of the following Southern California counties: Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Bernardino and San Diego. Selection is based on academic achievement, personal strengths (maturity and motivation, potential to succeed), well- informed educational and career goals in legal scholarship and research, and historically underrepresented legal specialty areas and Fil-Am community areas of interest. $1,000.   Applicants must submit a completed Student Application Form (with signatures) along with the most recent Official Transcript of Grades (including grading scale; online transcripts are not acceptable); essay; resume (include paid/unpaid work experience, school activities, family responsibitities, community service, honors and awards); copy of LSAT score report(s); two letters of recommendation (at least one of which is from a current teacher); and a copy of 2011 FAFSA Student Aid Report form. February 26. scholarship @ pabafoundation.org.  
Philippine American Bar Association Foundation (PABA)
http://pabafoundation.org
info@pabafoundation.org
1880 Century Park E, 12th FI.
Los Angeles, CA 90067
  PABA Foundation Merit Scholarships To support the education of Filipino- American law students, recent law graduates, or practicing or foreign-trained attorneys. Law Applicant must be of Filipino- American heritage; have demonstrated financial need; enrolled full-time or part-time in an accredited law school in Southern California; and a resident of one of the following Southern California counties: Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Bernardino and San Diego. Selection is based on academic achievement, personal strengths (maturity and motivation, potential to succeed), well- informed educational and career goals in legal scholarship and research, and historically underrepresented legal specialty areas and Fil-Am community areas of interest. $750. 2. Applicants must submit a completed Student Application Form (with signatures) along with the most recent Official Transcript of Grades (including grading scale; online transcripts are not acceptable); essay; resume (include paid/ unpaid work experience, school activities, family responsibilities, community service, honors and awards); copy of LSAT score report(s); two letters of recommendation (at least one of which is from a current teacher); and a copy of latest FAFSA Student Aid Report form. February 26. scholarship@pabafoundation.org.  
Pi Gamma Mu
http://www.pigammamu.org
pgm@sckans.edu
1001 Millington Street, Suite B
Winfield, KS 67156
P: 620-221-3128
F: 620-221-7124
Pi Gamma Mu Scholarships To provide financial support to qualified individuals to pursue education. Sociology, Anthropology, Political science, History, Economics, International affairs and relations, Public administration, Criminal justice, Law, Social work, Psychology, Geography. Applicant must be a first or second year graduate student in the areas of sociology, anthropology, political science, history, economics, international relations, public administration, criminal justice, law, social work, psychology and human/cultural geography. Application will be evaluated based upon the degree to which the social sciences are an integral component of the overall course of study. $2,000 or $1,000 award to attend graduate school. Duration: One year. 10. Applicant must submit a program description outlining requirements and coursework; must have transcripts, a statement explaining why the scholarship is desired, a resume, and three letters of recommendation from professors or work supervisors in the field in which the applicant intends to work. January 30.    
Portuguese American Police Association (PAPA)
http://www.papamass.org
info@papamass.org
PO Box 51523
New Bedford, MA 02745-0045
P: 508-994-5380
Portuguese American Police Association Scholarships To provide support for deserving students intending to pursue a career in either Health Care, Social Service, Law Enforcement, or other related fields. Health care services, Social work, Law enforcement. Applicant must be a Portuguese descent; must be a resident of Massachusetts; must be enrolled full-time in an accredited college or university or a graduating senior applying to full-time status in an accredited or another college or university; must be majoring in either health care, social services, law enforcement or another related field; must maintain a GPA of 2.0 or higher. Candidates will be selected based on their academic standing. $500. Duration: One year. 6. Application forms are available online. Applicant must submit an essay of not more than three paragraphs stating the reasons and their career goals; must have a high school transcript that includes the class rank; must have the current college/university transcript; must have a letter of reference from each of the following: (1) Guidance counselor or advisor and (2) Personal reference, preferably from someone with whom the applicants have work. Application materials must be sent to: Scholarship Committee at the above address. August 15.    
Practising Law Institute (PLI)
http://www.pli.edu
810 Seventh Ave., 21st FI.
New York, NY 10019
P: 212-824-5700
F: 212-824-5733
Practising Law Institute Law Student Scholarships To provide financial assistance to qualified students who want to pursue their career. Law. Applicants must be legal aid and government attorneys, judges, judicial clerks, and employees of nonprofit organizations. Recipients will be selected based on all application requirements. Scholarship award will cover the full or partial tuition cost.   Applicants must complete the application forms available online; must have a legible copy of a student ID for the current term; and must complete the Statement of Need on the respective letter head.   PLI at the above address.  
Pride Foundation
http://www.pridefoundation.org
info@pridefoundation.org
1122 E Pike St., PMB 1001
Seattle, WA 98122
P: 206-323-3318
F: 206-323-1017
Political Leadership Scholarships To provide scholarship to the students who have been stigmatized, isolated or closeted because of sexual identity issues. Law; Political science; Public Administration. Ap-plicant must be studying law, political science, public policy or public administration with the goal of improving rights for LGBT people; must be a resident of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon or Washington but may study elsewhere. Preference will be given to students who are self-identified LGBTQ, members of LGBTQ families or straight-allies who have been strongly supportive of the LGBTQ community. No specific amount.   Qualified students are asked to submit an application to determine eligibility for scholarships. Applicants may download an application form from the Foundation's website. January 31. Pride Foundation at the above address.  
Pride Law Fund
http://www.pridelawfund.org
info@pridelawfund.org
PO Box 2602
San Francisco, CA 94126-2602
  Tom Steel Post-Graduate Fellowships To provide financial assistance to law advocates of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) community; to ensure that unmet legal needs are recognized and prioritized for the security of the civil rights of the LGBT community in the future. Law. Applicants must be law students who are about to graduate in the Spring semester or lawyers within three years of their graduation from law school; must complete full-time work within 12 months. Selection will be based on the need of the project; anticipated impact of the project; organizational structure of the proposal; stability and supportiveness of the sponsoring organization or supervising attorney; applicant's past community or public service activities; applicant's connection and involvement with the LGBT community $25,000-$35,000.   Applicants must submit a cover page; one-page overview of project; full description of the project; applicant's qualifications; estimated budget; resume; law transcript; description of the sponsoring organization and/or Supervising Attorney; list of any other people involved in the project and a description of their respective roles and relevant experiences; letter of support from the sponsoring organization; two additional letters of support; timetable; a signed 'usage agreement and certification''. April 1. Completed applications should be sent at application ©pridelawfund.org.  
Property and Environment Research Center (PERC)
http://www.perc.org
perc@perc.org
2048 Analysis Dr., Ste. A
Bozeman, MT 59718
P: 406-587-9591
Property And Environment Research Center Graduate Fellowships To provide opportunities for those who are interested in researching issues related to natural resources and the environment. Environmental law; Natural resources. Applicant must be a graduate or law student interested in natural resources and environmental issues and show potential for research and writing in these areas. Preference is given to those who are working on a research paper, thesis or dissertation on a natural resource or environmental topic. $1,600 per month. Duration: Three months.   Applicants must complete the application online. In addition, applicants must provide and upload a cover letter; resume/vita; description of the proposed research project (2-5 pages doublespaced); writing sample, preferably in the applicant's area of expertise; one letter of reference; and undergraduate and graduate transcripts. February 15, March 15, June 15, October 15.   Fellowships are awarded three times a year, spring, summer and fall.
Public Education Foundation
http://ccpef.org
steelej@ccpef.org
3360 W Sahara Ave., Ste. 160
Las Vegas, NV 89102
P: 702-799-1042
F: 702-799-5247
Travis Dunning Memorial Scholarships To provide educational opportunities for individuals intending to pursue higher studies. General studies. Appticants must be high school seniors from Green Valley, Coronado, Foothill, Silverado or Liberty planning to attend an accredited four-year college/university and who have a 3.0 weighted or unweighted GPA. Award is given based on need. $1,500. Duration: One year. 1. Applicants must submit a completed application form together with an essay; two letters of recommendation; transcript; and resume of awards, employment and community services. February 25. Kelli Grimm at the above address.  
Public Library Association (PLA) American Library Association
http://www.pla.org
pla@ala.org
50 E Huron St.
Chicago, IL 60611
P: 800-545-2433
F: 312-280-5029
Grow Your Own At Your Library Institutional Scholarships To support the educational needs of public library staff intending to obtain a master's degree in library and information science. Library and archival sciences. Institutions must be public libraries in the United States and must be recognized under state law. Applications will be reviewed by a committee appointed by the PLA president. $8,000.   1) Application materials are available at the website and must be completed by a member of the institution staff, typically the library director or designated staff. A public library must meet the eligibility criteria; 2) has an institutional commitment to 'growing its own" and has the ability to support employees; 3) has the resources to administer funds; 4) has the ability to complete administrative/evaluation reports and share the lessons learned. December 3.   Institutions that receive funds under this program are responsible for administering the tuition reimbursement of employees. Awarded biennially if funding is available.
Queens County Women's Bar Association (QCWBA)
http://www.qcwba.com
qcwba@yahoo.com
Borough Hall Station PO Box 585
Kew Gardens, NY 11424
P: 718-595-0585
Faith E. O'Neal Scholarships To financially assist students who have demonstrated a dedication to public interest. Law. Applicants must be students enrolled at an accredited law school who have completed their first full semester and are domiciled in Queens County, or attend a law school in Queens County. Committees will judge applications based on community service, financial need, academics and written statement. 1,000. Duration: Annual. 2. Application must include college/law school transcript(s) and written personal statement. Dead-line: November.   Applications should be forwarded to Susan L. Borko, 125-10 Queens Blvd., Ste. 311, Kew Gardens, NY 11415.  
Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service Suffolk University Law School
http://www.rappaportcenter.org
sprosnitz@suffolk.edu
73 Tremont St., Ste. 110
Boston, MA 02108
P: 617-573-8644
F: 617-305-1681
Consumer Law Public Service Fellowships To support a Suffolk law student who demonstrates interest and commitment to issues of consumer law, rights and protection. Law. Applicant must be a Suffolk law student in good academic standing and who is not in his/her final semester. Selection is based on applicant's demonstrated interest and commitment working in the field of consumer law, rights and protection; demonstrated commitment to public service as shown by past paid and volunteer work experiences and extracurricular activities; and academic achievement. $7,000. Duration: Ten weeks. 1. Applicants must submit a completed application cover sheet along with a law school transcript; a resume; personal statement on interest and commitment to the area of consumer law, rights and protection (maximum of 2 page, double-spaced); and two references. March 1. Michelle Harper at mharper@suffolk.edu; Susan Prosnitz at the above address.  
Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service Suffolk University Law School
http://www.rappaportcenter.org
sprosnitz@suffolk.edu
73 Tremont St., Ste. 110
Boston, MA 02108
P: 617-573-8644
F: 617-305-1681
Thomas J. Drinan Memorial Fellowships To support a Suffolk student who desires to work in a Massachusetts public office engaged in the prosecution or defence of criminal cases. Law; Criminal justice. Applicant must be a Suffolk University Law student who demonstrates a commitment of integrity and advocacy within the criminal justice system. Selection is based on the applicant's demonstrated interest and commitment in working in the criminal justice system; excellent legal skills; and personal integrity and character. No specific amount. Duration: Ten weeks. 1. Applicants must submit a letter of intent/personal statement, resume and unofficial transcript. October 13. Michelle Harper at mharper@ suffoIk.edu; Susan Prosnitz at the above address.  
Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service Suffolk University Law School
http://www.rappaportcenter.org
sprosnitz@suffolk.edu
73 Tremont St., Ste. 110
Boston, MA 02108
P: 617-573-8644
F: 617-305-1681
John E. Fenton, Jr. Public Service Fellowships To support a graduating student pursuing public interest careers. Law; Public service. Applicant must be a graduating Suffolk Law School student or who has recently graduated and pursuing a public interest career. Selection is based on merit and financial need. $8,000. 3. Applicants must submit a completed application form together with the law school transcript; a resume; and a personal statement (maximum of 2 double-spaced pages). February 24. Michelle Harper at mharper@suffolk.edu; Susan Prosnitz at the above address.  
Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service Suffolk University Law School
http://www.rappaportcenter.org
sprosnitz@suffolk.edu
73 Tremont St., Ste. 110
Boston, MA 02108
P: 617-573-8644
F: 617-305-1681
Paul R. Mclaughlin Fellowships To support a Suffolk law student interested in pursuing a career in criminal law in the public sector. Law; Criminal justice. Applicant must be a Suffolk University law student interested in pursuing a career in criminal law in the public sector. Selection is based on the submitted application materials. $7,000. 1. Applicants must submit a letter of intent/personal statement; a resume; unofficial transcript; and list of three references. October 13. Michelle Harper at mharper@suffolk.edu; Susan Prosnitz at the above address.  
Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service Suffolk University Law School
http://www.rappaportcenter.org
sprosnitz@suffolk.edu
73 Tremont St., Ste. 110
Boston, MA 02108
P: 617-573-8644
F: 617-305-1681
Public Service International Law Fellowships To promote international public service work by providing funding for students. Law. Applicant must be a Suffolk law student in good academic standing and not in the final semester and who must work a full-time schedule for a minimum of eight weeks over the summer. Selection is based on originality and significance of the project; qualifications of the student to complete the project; demonstrated commitment to public service, human rights and/or international law; length and duration of the project; ways in which the position will assist the student in pursuing his/her career goals in this area; whether the work of the agency or organization provides access to justice or services to traditionally underserved or oppressed communities; whether the agency or organization is located in a country listed on the State Department's Travel Warning List; student's overall academic record; whether the student has a firm offer in place; quality of recommendations from references; and quality of finalist's interview. $5,000.   Applicants must submit a completed Identification Sheet; a resume; detailed project proposal; contact information for two refer-ences; and Suffolk University Law School transcript. February 28. Michelle Harper at mharper@suffoik.edu; Susan Prosnitz at the above address.  
Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service Suffolk University Law School
http://www.rappaportcenter.org
sprosnitz@suffolk.edu
73 Tremont St., Ste. 110
Boston, MA 02108
P: 617-573-8644
F: 617-305-1681
Rappaport Fellows Program In Law And Public Policy To train and expose law students to the challenging complexities and powerful societal rewards of creating successful public policy. Law. Applicant must be a J.D. candidate who is not in the final year of study at one of the six law schools in the Greater Boston region (Boston College, Boston University, Harvard, New England, Northeastern, and Suffolk University). Selection is based on academic records, demonstrated commitment to public service, and demonstrated capacity for leadership. $7,000. Varies. Applicants must submit a completed application cover sheet; a resume; a personal statement (maximum of double-spacedpages); two reference with phone numbers; and unofficial law school transcript. Applicants must send three packets in order. January 20. Michelle Harper at mharper@ suffolk.edu; Susan M. Prosnitz at the above address.  
Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service Suffolk University Law School
http://www.rappaportcenter.org
sprosnitz@suffolk.edu
73 Tremont St., Ste. 110
Boston, MA 02108
P: 617-573-8644
F: 617-305-1681
Suffolk Public Interest Law Group [Spilg) Summer Fellowships To support Suffolk Law students who are interested in public service while providing an invaluable service to government agencies and non-profit organizations. Law. Applicant must be a Suffolk law student in good academic standing and who is not in his/her final semester. Selection is based on the applicant's level of demonstrated commitment to public service and the likelihood that the student's summer employment will provide services to traditionally underserved clients. $5,000. 50-70. The application is a two-part process. Appticants must submit a completed SPILG application consisting of an identification sheet, resume, and essay. In addition, applicants must submit an application for summer work study funding and all necessary financial aid forms to the Financial Aid Office. March 4. Michelle Harper at mharper@suffoIk.edu; Susan Prosnitz at the above address.  
Redlands Community Scholarship Foundation
http://www.redlandsscholarships.org
webmaster@redlandsscholarships.org
c/o Kathleen Venegas-Boge, Admin. Asst. PO Box 1683
Redlands, CA 92373
P: 909-744-4196
F: 909-792-7035
Brian Jimenez Memorial Scholarships To encourage educational pursuits among Redlands Unified School District graduates by providing educational assistance. Criminal justice. Applicant must be a male senior who has participated in baseball or soccer, has a GPA of or higher, and is intending to attend an institution of higher learning on a full-time basis. Preference is given to a student who plans to major in criminal justice or criminal law. $500. 1. Applicants must submit a completed application form together with the scantron sheet; cover sheet; student activity and community activity sheets; personal essay; and a copy of unofficial transcript (signed by the counselor). February 5.   No electronic submissions of application will be accepted. Submit two printed copies of the application and use a No. 2 pencil on the scantron sheet.
Redlands Community Scholarship Foundation
http://www.redlandsscholarships.org
webmaster@redlandsscholarships.org
c/o Kathleen Venegas-Boge, Admin. Asst. PO Box 1683
Redlands, CA 92373
P: 909-744-4196
F: 909-792-7035
Christopher J. Kohlmeier Scholarships To encourage educational pursuits among Redlands Unified School District graduates by providing educational assistance. Law enforcement. Applicant must be a graduating senior planning to attend a two-year or four-year college or university; must have strong test scores, but whose "C" average in high school could easily have been higher. Preference is given to a student interested in a career in law enforcement or firefighting. $300. 1. Applicant must submit a completed application form together with the scantron sheet; cover sheet; student activity and community activity sheets; personal essay; and a copy of unofficial transcript (signed by the counselor). February 6.   No electronic submissions of application will be accepted. Submit two printed copies of the application and use a No. 2 pencil on the scantron sheet.
Redlands Community Scholarship Foundation
http://www.redlandsscholarships.org
webmaster@redlandsscholarships.org
c/o Kathleen Venegas-Boge, Admin. Asst. PO Box 1683
Redlands, CA 92373
P: 909-744-4196
F: 909-792-7035
Soroptimist International Of Redlands Scholarships To encourage educational pursuits among Redlands Unified School District graduates by providing educational assistance. Health care services; Law; Engineering; Computer and information sciences; Education; Business. Applicant must be a graduating senior who has participated in community service and who will be attending an accredited college on a full-time basis and is planning to major in one of the following fields: health care, law, engineering, computer science, education and/or business administration. Award is given based on merit. $750. 1. Applicant must submit a completed application form together with the scantron sheet; cover sheet; student activity and community activity sheets; personal essay; and a copy of unofficial transcript (signed by the counselor). February 6.   No electronic submissions of application will be accepted. Submit two printed copies of the application and use a No. 2 pencil on the scantron sheet.
The Reymont Foundation
http://www.reymontfoundation.com
president@reymontfoundation.com
14 Hester Street
Hamilton, ON, Canada L9A 2N2
P: 905-574-9212
F: 905-574-9212
Maria And Czeslaw Borek Scholarships To provide financial support for Polish individuals in Canada who want to pursue their studies. General studies. Appticants must be students of Polish descent; must be either Canadian citizens or landed immigrants; must be registered in at least the second year of a recognized program at a post secondary institution; must be students from Durham/Oshawa area. Applicants are selected based on the application materials. No specific amount.   Applicants may apply to the scholarship committee or download an application form from the website. October 22. Applicants may submit their application form and other required documents electronically to scholarship® reymontfounda- tion.com.  
The Reymont Foundation
http://www.reymontfoundation.com
president@reymontfoundation.com
14 Hester Street
Hamilton, ON, Canada L9A 2N2
P: 905-574-9212
F: 905-574-9212
Stanislaw & Aniela Lasek Scholarships To provide financial support for Polish individuals in Canada who want to pursue their studies. General studies. Applicants must be students of Polish descent; must be either Canadian citizens or landed immigrants; must be registered in at least the second year of a recognized program at a post secondary institution. Applicants are selected based on the application materials. No specific amount.   Applicants may apply to the scholarship committee or download an application form from the website. October 22. Applicants may submit their application form and other required documents electronically to scholar- ship@reymontfoundation.com.  
The Reymont Foundation
http://www.reymontfoundation.com
president@reymontfoundation.com
14 Hester Street
Hamilton, ON, Canada L9A 2N2
P: 905-574-9212
F: 905-574-9212
Bronislaw Michno Memorial Scholar- Ships To provide financial support for Polish individuals in Canada who want to pursue their studies. General studies. Applicants must be students of Polish descent; must be either Canadian citizens or landed immigrants; must be registered in at least the second year of a recognized program at a post secondary institution. Applicants are selected based on the application materials. No specific amount.   Applicants may apply to the scholarship committee or download an application form from the website. October 22. Applicants may submit their application form and other required documents electronically to scholarship® reymontfoundation.com.  
The Reymont Foundation
http://www.reymontfoundation.com
president@reymontfoundation.com
14 Hester Street
Hamilton, ON, Canada L9A 2N2
P: 905-574-9212
F: 905-574-9212
Boleslaw & Irena Sobczak Scholarships To provide financial support for Polish individuals in Canada who want to pursue their studies. General studies. Applicants must be students of Polish descent; must be either Canadian citizens or landed immigrants; must be registered in at least the second year of a recognized program at a post secondary institution. Applicants are selected based on the application materials. No specific amount.   Applicants may apply to the scholarship committee or download an application form from the website. October 22. Applicants may submit their application form and other required documents electronically to scholar- ship@reymontfoundation.com.  
Rhode Island Bar Association
http://www.ribar.com
info@ribar.com
41 SHARPE DR.
Cranston, RI 02920
P: 401-421-5740
F: 401-421-2703
Thomas F. Black, Jr. Memorial Scholarships To provide financial assistance to aspiring lawyers who desire to continue their study at quality law schools. Law. Applicants must be Rhode Island residents; must be full-time students in programs leading to the award of the LLB or JD degree offered by law schools located in the United States and accredited by the American Bar Association. Applicants will be selected based on financial need, academic performance, community and public service, and demonstrated contacts with and commitment to the State of Rhode Island. $15,000. Duration: One year. 2. Applicants must submit the completed application form together with their personal statement, official transcripts, SAR report from FAFSA, copies of their parents' tax return and two letter of recommendation. March.    
Rhode Island Foundation
http://www.rifoundation.org/matriarch/default .asp
One Union Station
Providence, Rl 02903
P: 401-274-4564
F: 401-331-8085
Marilyn Graboys Wool Scholarships To provide tuition support to women with financial need planning to attend graduate school to attain a law degree at an accredited institution. Law. Applicants must be females planning to attend or registered in an accredited law school; must be Rhode Island residents; must be accepted into an accredited law school; and must be able to demonstrate financial need. Selection of applicants will be based on the scholarship selection criteria. $2,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must complete the application form, available online; must have a copy of their financial aid award letter and a recent official transcript; and must provide one essay, a copy of their Student Aid Report, and letter of recommendation. Application forms and other supporting documents must be sent to Libby Monahan, GFWC Women's Club of South County Scholarship, Rhode Island Foundation, One Union Station, Providence, Rl 02903. June 9.    
Roanoke Bar Association (RBA)
http://www.roanokebar.com
roanokebar@earthIink.net
PO Box 18183
Roanoke, VA 24014
P: 540-342-4905
F: 540-342-1252
Jane S. Glenn Memorial Endowed Scholarships To provide financial assistance to those deserving law students. Law. Applicants must be law students who are enrolled at an accredited law school in the Commonwealth of Virginia; must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA; and must be residents of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Preference is given to those who graduated from William and Mary, and who have demonstrated financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed application form.     Established in November 2007.
Roanoke Bar Association (RBA)
http://www.roanokebar.com
roanokebar@earthIink.net
PO Box 18183
Roanoke, VA 24014
P: 540-342-4905
F: 540-342-1252
James N. Kincanon Scholarships To provide financial assistance to those students who demonstrate diligence and commitment to their studies, academic excellence and an interest in the pursuit of law. Law. Ap-plicants must be residents of the City of Roanoke, the City of Salem, or the County of Roanoke, or graduates of a high school located in those jurisdictions. Appticants must have a grade point average of at least 3.0 during high school (and college or law school, if applicable) and must be accepted, or expect to be accepted prior to the fall semester, into postsecondary training, pursuing education in the law. Applicants are selected based on the committee's review of the application materials. No specific amount.   An original application, typewritten or completed in BLACK INK, which must be postmarked no later than the deadline, and must be accompanied by the following: two letters of recommendation dated during the current school year, one of which must be from a teacher or instructor; a statement of 250 words or less on why the applicant has chosen to pursue an education in the law; and an official copy of the applicant's latest grade transcript (3.0 GPA minimum required). March 31.    
Robert M. Takasugi Public Interest Fellowship
http://takasugifellowship.org
ekprather@takasugifellowship.com
c/o Edwin K. Prather Clarence & Dyer LLP Ellis St.
San Francisco, CA 94109-7807
  Robert M. Takasugi Public Interest Fellowships To encourage dedicated lawyers to pursue public interest careers. Law. Applicant must be a post-graduate law student pursuing public interest careers. Selection is based on the application. $5,000. One or more. Appticants must submit a cover letter; resume; three references (without letters); and answers (no more than three pages) to the questions posted at the website. March 27. Edwin K. Prather at the above address.  
Robert and Patricia Switzer Foundation
http://www.switzemetwork.org
info@switzemetwork.org
PO Box 293
Belfast, ME 04915
P: 207-338-5654
F: 207-338-5655
Switzer Environmental Fellowships To support highly talented graduate students in New England and California whose studies are directed toward improving environmental quality and who are able to demonstrate potential leadership in their field. Environmental conservation; Environmental law; Environmental science; Environmental technology. Applicants must be U.S. citizens; must be enrolled full-time in an accredited graduate institution in California or New England; must have strong academic qualifications; must have academic and career goals focused on environmental improvement, regardless of the school, major or program in which they are enrolled. Selection will be based on leadership experience and potential; applied focus; career goals and commitment; communication and critical thinking; prior work and volunteer experience in an environmental field. $15,000.   Applicants must submit a completed application form; original essay (maximum of three pages); two professional recommendation letters; resume; most recent academic transcripts; brief outline of general course of study; evidence of financial need. January. For eligibility and general questions, applicants must contact Erin Lloyd at erin@switzemet- work.org.  
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation (RMMLF)
http://www.rmmlf.org
info@rmmlf.org
9191 Sheridan Blvd., Ste. 203
Westminster, CO 80031
P: 303-321-8100
F: 303-321-7657
Joe Rudd Scholarships To encourage the study of natural resources law by well-qualified law students who have the potential to make significant contributions to scholarship in natural resources law. Law. Applicants must be a law student enrolled at one of the foundation's governing law schools and can demonstrate a commitment to study natural resources law. Recipients are selected based on potential to make a significant contribution to the field of natural resources law, academic ability, leadership ability, year in law school and financial need. No specific amount. Duration: One year. Varies. Applicants must submit the requirements. October 1. Carla Sherwood, 303-321- 8100 ext. 107 or csherwood@rmmlf.org. Established in 1980 in honor of a prominent natural resources attorney in Alaska.
Safe Schools Coalition (SSC)
http://www.safeschoolscoalition.org
1002 E Seneca St.
Seattle, WA 98122-4203
P: 206-957-1621
F: 206-325-2689
Michael A. Zamperini/W. Clay Burchell Scholarships To provide financial assistance for a lesbian/gay student beginning his or her final fall semester of law school. Law. Applicants must be enrolled at Golden Gate University School of Law. Preference will be given to those who meet the criteria. The scholarship amount varies, but is typically $1,000 to $2,000.   Applicants must check the available website for the required materials.   Golden Gate University School of Law; Finandal Aid Office at 536 Mission Street San Francisco, CA 94105 Phone: 1-415-442-6635 Fax: 1-415-442-6609.  
St. Louis Paralegal Association (SPA)
http://www.slala.org
dloveless@thompsoncobum.com
PO Box 69218
St. Louis. MO 63169-0218
  St. Louis Paralegal Association Student Scholarships To assist students with the cost of required books for legal assistants program classes. Paralegal studies. Applicants must be enrolled in a study leading to a position as a legal assistant; must be members of the St. Louis Assoda- tion of Legal Assistants (SLALA); and must maintain at least a "B" average in all legal assistant program classes. Recipients will be selected based on scholastic achievement; participation in campus, paralegal and community adivities; and review of the writing sample. Applicants who have demonstrated a financial need will be given consideration. $500. 1. Applicants must submit the following: a letter of recommendation from a director, faculty member, Legal As-sistant Program, or employer; an official transcript of records; and personal statement (maximum of three pages, double-spaced) indicating the applicant's career objedives. March 31.    
St. Louis Paralegal Association (SPA)
http://www.slala.org
dloveless@thompsoncobum.com
PO Box 69218
St. Louis. MO 63169-0218
  SPA Certified Legal Assistant Scholarships To support legal assistants with their CLE exam fees. Paralegal studies. Applicants must be legal assistants who are members of the SLALA. Recipients will be selected based on submitted references, recommendations and participation in the community. $500. 1. Applicants must submit a letter of recommendation from a supervisor or employer; and a typewritten statement (maximum of three pages, double-spaced) indicating career objectives. March 31.    
The San Diego Foundation
http://www.sdfoundation.org
info@sdfoundation.org
2508 Historic Decatur Rd., Ste. 200
San Diego, CA 92106
P: 619-235-2300
F: 619-239-1710
Cheerful Giver Scholarships To support the education of students from California. General studies. Applicant must be a graduating high school senior, a child of a single parent; or a child of parents who serve the community (pastor, church staff, teacher/ educator, police officer, firefighter, military, etc.). Students must have a minimum 2.0 GPA and plan to attend an accredited four-year university in the U.S. Award is given based on the application materials. No spedfic amount.   Applicant must submit a completed Scholarship Application together with a typed personal statement (maximum of two pages); a copy of transcripts; and a copy of most recent tax form (Form 1040- pages 1 & 2; Form 1040A-pages 1 & 2; Form 1040EZ- page 1).   scholarships@sdfoundation.org.  
The San Diego Foundation
http://www.sdfoundation.org
info@sdfoundation.org
2508 Historic Decatur Rd., Ste. 200
San Diego, CA 92106
P: 619-235-2300
F: 619-239-1710
Hans H. And Margaret B. Doe Scholarships To support the education of students from California. General studies. Applicant must be a biological, adopted or stepchild of an employee at the Vista Irrigation District. Student may attend a trade/vocational school, two-year college, four-year university or graduate school, including medical and law. Award is given based on academic achievement, financial need, extracurricular activities/work experience, demonstrated leadership, good dtizenship, and potential for future development. Covers the entire cost of college.   Applicants must contact The San Diego Foundation for obtaining the application form and guidelines. January 22. 619-814-1343 or scholarships @sdfoundation. org.  
The San Diego Foundation
http://www.sdfoundation.org
info@sdfoundation.org
2508 Historic Decatur Rd., Ste. 200
San Diego, CA 92106
P: 619-235-2300
F: 619-239-1710
Frederick George James Memorial Scholarships To support the education of students from California. Law enforcement. Applicant must be a graduating senior from Sweet-water Union High School, located in National City, CA; a exemplary member of the National City Police Department Explorer Post No. 2859; have a minimum GPA on a 4.0 scale; and have demonstrated a strong desire to achieve a degree in Police Science at an accredited two-year college or four-year university in the U.S. Award is given based on the application materials. No spedfic amount.   Applicants must submit a completed Common Scholarship Application together with personal statement; two letters of recommendation on official letterhead (written within the last six months); official transcript in an official and sealed envelope; copy of most recent tax form (Form 1040- pages 1 & 2; Form 1040A-pages 1 & 2; Form 1040EZ- page 1); a letter of recommendation from a Sweetwater High School administrator or academic teacher; and another letter of recommendation from an officer affiliated with the National City Police Department Explorers Program. January 22. Arzo Mansury, Dir. Scholarships at 619-814-1343, or scholarships@sd- foundation.org. Letters must be on official letterhead written within the last six months.
San Diego Pan Pacific Law Enforcement Association
http://www.sdpanpac.org
taeranceoh@pd.sandiego.gov
PO Box 122924
San Diego, CA 92112
P: 619-515-2731
Pan Pacific Law Enforcement Scholarships To provide financial assistance to San Diego students interested in law enforcement careers. Law enforcement. Applicants must be graduating high school seniors with a full time attendance record at a San Diego County High School; must be dependents of a PANPAC member or a member of the San Diego Asian Youth Organization; must have maintained a minimum GPA of 3.0 throughout high school. Applicants are seleded based on committee's review of the application materials. $500-$1,000.   Applicants must submit a completed application form available online; must provide an autobiography (one-page maximum, 12-Font, 1 inch margins), high school transcript, two recommendation letters (community, school, government agency) and a 250- word essay describing, "How can Law Enforcement better serve the Asian and Pacific Island Community." July 2. Scholarship Chm. Rudy Tai at 619-531-2897.  
Saratoga County Bar Association
http://www.saratogacountybar.org
pclute@saratogacountybar.org
PO Box 994
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
P: 518-587-5829
Saratoga County Bar Association Law Student Scholarships To support the efforts of students studying or entering the legal profession. Law. Applicants must be residents of Saratoga County who are in their second or third year of law school. Recipients are selected based on class rank, demonstrated leadership, community involvement and financial need. $1,000. 2. Applicants must submit a completed application form; and must attach Graduate and Professional School Financial Aid Report, if available March 15. pclute@saratogacountybar.org.  
Schulich School of Business
http://www.schulich.yorku.ca
admissions@schulich.yorku.ca
4700 Keele St.
Toronto, ON, Canada M3J 1P3
P: 416-736-2100
F: 416-736-5763
Lawrence Bloomberg Entrance Awards To recognize an incoming MBA student who has demonstrated the highest academic standing. General studies. Applicants must have presented first class standing in previous academic work (A average); have an active participation in either extra-curricular activities or community involvement; and have demonstrated financial need. Appticants are selected based on academic excellence and financial need. $10,000.   Applicants are advised to visit the organization for the application procedure.      
Serbian Bar Association of America (SBAA)
http://www.serbbar.org
mbozic@wwmlawyers.com
20 S. Clark Street, Suite 2050
Chicago, IL 60606
  Serbian Bar Association Of America Scholarships To promote the best interests of the Serbian American community. Law. Applicants must be of Serbian birth or ancestry and/or their spouses who are enrolled in an accredited law school in the US. Selection is based on merit. $500-$2000. 4. Applicants must submit a typed essay of no more than 250 words detailing how they plan to use their legal education within the Serbian American community and submit a certified copy of their law school transcript. September 1.    
Seton Hall University School of Law
http://law.shu.edu
law_financial@shu.edu
1 Newark Ctr.
Newark, NJ 07102
P: 973-642-8850
F: 973-642-8876
Seton Hall Law School'S Merit Scholarship Program To reward the hard work and academic success of students. Law. Prospective recipient must be an incoming law student of the university. Recipients are selected based on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) scores, undergraduate academic performance, and academic promise. $8,000 to full tuition. Duration: Every semester.   All applicants for school admission are considered an applicant for the program. End of enrollment in fall.   No separate application is required. Scholarship is renewable by maintaining a required GPA standard.
Shoreline Community College Foundation
http://www.shoreline.edu
mianchester@shoreline.edu
16101 Greenwood Ave. N, Ste. 1005
Shoreline, WA 98133-5696
P: 206-546-4755
F: 206-546-4630
Carli Edwards Memorial Scholarships To increase access and success of Shoreline Community College students. Criminal Justice. Applicants must be returning or part-time students at Shoreline Community College; must be survivors of domestic abuse; must be Washington State residents for a minimum of one year; must not have previous two or four year college degree; must be criminal justice majors; must earn and maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 (GPA of 3.5 in criminal justice coursework); and must not be currently included on the Scholarship Selection Committee or related (first degree) to a person on the Selection Committee. Recipients are selected based on academic standing and financial needs. $200. Duration: One quarter.   Applicants must complete application form; must submit letter of recommendation from teacher, professor or employer (excluding criminal justice faculty); statement or documentation of income and need; and unofficial SCC transcript.   lyaw@shoreline.edu.  
Sidley Austin LLP
http://www.sidley.com/careers/northamerica/ about
kelly.morgan@sidley.com
North America One S Dearborn
Chicago, IL 60603
P: 312-853-7000
F: 312-853-7036
Sidley Prelaw Scholars Inltlative To increase diversity in law schools by subsidizing the cost of applying to law school for talented, financially needy minority students. Law. Applicant must be a second semester junior or senior graduating from college in good standing; a native-born or naturalized U.S. citizen; and has demonstrated financial need. Selection is based on merit and need. Tuition for an approved LSAT preparatory course; Registration fees for June LSAT and the LS- DAS; Up to seven law school application fees and LSDAS reports; plus a $2,500 scholarship assistance.   Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form along with a copy of most recent FAFSA SAR; a copy of current transcript; resume or CV (maximum of two pages); and completed recommendation form from one academic reference. Send application packet via express mail. January. Forward all application materials to Nadine Lacombe at the above address or email sidleyscholars@sidley.com.  
Sierra Student Coalition (SSC)
http://www.ssc.org
trainings@ssc.org
408 C St. NE
Washington, DC 20002
P: 888-564-6772
F: 202-637-0410
Young People For (Yp4J Scholarships To provide financial support, technical support and media assistance while a student implements a self-designed blueprint for social justice. General studies. Applicants must be undergraduate students at two and four-year institutions. Preference will be given to those who meet the criteria. No specific amount. Duration: One year. 150. Applicants must check the available website for the required materials.      
Skadden Fellowship Foundation c/o Susan B. Plum
http://www.skaddenfeilowships.org
Four Times Sq. - Rm. 29-218
New York. NY 10036
P: 212-735-2956
Skadden Fellowships To provide support for law school graduates and outgoing judicial law clerks who want to work in the public interest. Law. Applicant must be a law school graduate or an outgoing judicial law clerk, committed to the public interest. Selection is based on an applicant's academic performance, demonstrated commitment to public interest, and the quality of his/her project. No specific amount. Duration: Two years.   Applicants must submit a completed application form with the official law school transcripts; two letters of recommendation; a commitment letter from a potential sponsoring organization; 501 (c)3 tax- exempt status qualifying letter; and a resume. October 4.    
Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR)
http://www.shafr.org
shafr@osu.edu
106 Dulles Hall, 230 West 17th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210
P: 614-292-1951
F: 614-292-2282
Lawrence Gelfand - Armin Rappaport Fellowships To defray the costs of travel in conducting a research on a significant dissertation project. International affairs and relations. Applicants must be working on a dissertation dealing with some aspect of United States foreign relations history and have completed all requirements for the doctoral degree except the dissertation. Selection is based on a review of the submitted materials. $4,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a cover sheet (available at website) with project narrative; budget and justification; one-page CV; and a letter of recommendation. All application materials (including the cover sheet but excluding letters of recommendation), should be contained in a single document (.doc, .pdf, -rtf) and submit it via e-mail with a subject line which contains the last name of the applicant only. Letters or recommendation should be sent separately by e-mail with a subject line which contains LAST NAME OF APPLICANT: LOR. October 1. Electronic submission should be forwarded to fellowships@shafr.org. Applicants are also considered for the Ber- nath Dissertation Grants. Established in honor of Lawrence Gelfand, founding member and former SHAFR president and Armin Rappaport, founding editor of Diplomatic History.
Society of Manufacturing Engineers Education Foundation (SME)
http://www.sme.org/cgi-bin/smeefhtml.pl?/ foundation/foundation_hp.htm&&&SEF&
foundation@sme.org
PO Box 930
Dearborn, Ml 48121-0930
P: 313-425-3300
F: 313-425-3411
Chapter One - Detroit Founding Chapter Scholarships To financially support students in their education. Manufacturing. Applicants must be graduate or undergraduate students enrolled full-time or part-time in a manufacturing, manufacturing engineering technology or any related degree or certificate program in the following institutions: Wayne State University, Student Chapter S004; Lawrence Technological University, Student Chapter S011; University of Detroit-Mercy, Student Chapter S081; Hope, Center for Advanced Technologies, Student Chapter S279; Henry Ford Community College, Student Chapter S331; Macomb Community College, Student Chapter S071; University of Michigan - Dearborn, Student Chapter S326. Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale; and must demonstrate good character and leadership. Preference is given to appticants who are active in SME Student Chapter activities at their respective institutions or SM E-Detroit Chapter One - The Founding Chapter. $1,000. Scholarship funds may be used for credit toward books, fees or tuition only. 3. One award for three academic levels (Associates, Baccalaureate, Graduate). Visit the website for the online scholarship application process. Applicants must complete an application form; must provide a statement explaining the following: 1) applicant's career and educational objectives; 2) how this scholarship will help attain the objectives; and 3) reasons why applicants are interested in entering the manufacturing field; one copy of high school or college transcript of records; and two letters of recommendation from which one must come from a current faculty.      
Society of Manufacturing Engineers Education Foundation (SME)
http://www.sme.org/cgi-bin/smeefhtml.pl?/ foundation/foundation_hp.htm&&&SEF&
foundation@sme.org
PO Box 930
Dearborn, Ml 48121-0930
P: 313-425-3300
F: 313-425-3411
Prof. George Schneider, Jr. Manufacturing Technology Education Scholarships To financially support students in their education. Manufacturing. Applicants must be enrolled at least 6 credit hours per semester; pursuing a bachelor's degree in manufacturing engineering, manufacturing engineering technology or related field at the Lawrence Technological University; have a GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale; have completed at least 60 college credit hours. Preference is given to applicants who best meet the requirements. $1,000. Scholarship funds may be used for credit toward books, fees or tuition only.   The College of Engineering Dean at Lawrence Technological University will recommend two to three candidates for the scholarship annually. A letter of recommendation for the nominated student is provided by the Chair of the School of Technology at Lawrence Technological University. February 1.    
Society of Manufacturing Engineers Education Foundation (SME)
http://www.sme.org/cgi-bin/smeefhtml.pl?/ foundation/foundation_hp.htm&&&SEF&
foundation@sme.org
PO Box 930
Dearborn, Ml 48121-0930
P: 313-425-3300
F: 313-425-3411
Chapter 4 - Lawrence A. Wacker Memorial Awards To assist high school seniors and undergraduate students to continue their education. Manufacturing; Mechanical engineering; Engineering, Industrial. Applicant must pursue a bachelor's degree in manufacturing, mechanical or industrial engineering; have a GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale; must reside and attend an accredited institution in the U.S. or Canada. Scholarship committee will give special considerations for: First preference: applicants who are Chapter 4 members (spouses, children or grandparents); Second preference: applicants who reside within Wisconsin counties (Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington and Waukesha); Third preference: applicants who reside within the state of Wisconsin. $1,000. Scholarship funds may be used for credit toward books, fees or housing only. One to a graduating senior, and another to a current undergraduate student. Visit the website for the Scholarship Application Process. February 1.    
Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE)
http://www.4spe.org
info@4spe.org
6 Berkshire Blvd, Suite 306
Newtown, CT 06470
P: 203-775-0471
F: 203-775-8490
Society Of Plastics Engineers Pittsburgh Section Scholarships To promote scientific and engineering knowledge relating to plastics. Science; Engineering. Applicants must be undergraduate and graduate students in institutions, colleges, or universities; applicants must have demonstrated or expressed interest in the plastic industry; applicants must be in good academic standing; and have graduated from a high school in one of the Western Pennsylvania Counties: Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Bedford, Blair, Brooke, Butler, Cambria, Clarion, Clearfield, Fayette, Greene, Hancock, Indiana, Jefferson, Lawrence, Mercer, Somerset, Venango, Washington or Westmoreland. Recipients are selected based on financial need and academic standing. $2,000. 2. Applicants must complete the application form; applicants must submit three letters of recommendation, two of which are from a teacher or school official and one from an employer or non-relative; a high school and/or college transcript for the past two years; a list of current and past school activities, community activities, and honors; a listing of employment history; A one-to-two-page typewritten statement telling why they are applying for the scholarship, qualifications, educational and career goals in the plastic industry; applicants must provide proof of graduation from high school. February 15. foundation@4spe.org.  
Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ)
http://www.spj.org
tharper@spj.org
Eugene S. Pulliam National Journalism Center 3909 N Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46208
P: 317-927-8000
F: 317-920-4789
Pulliam/Kilgore Freedom Of Information Internships To encourage the free practice of journalism and stimulate high standards of ethical behavior. Journalism. Applicants must be journalism students who are entering or just completing their senior year, graduate journalism students or law students with a journalism background. Recipients are selected based on strong background in writing and reporting and academic performance. $400 per week. Duration: Ten weeks. 2. Applicants must submit completed application form along with resume and one-page essay that illustrates their understanding of Freedom of information issues and what they expect to gain from the internship (not more than five writings). January 14. Applications should be sent to Joe Skeel at the above address.  
South Asian Bar Association of Northern California (SABA-NC)
http://www.southasianbar.org
president @ southasianbar.org
PO Box 2733
San Francisco, CA 94126
P: 571-572-2262
SABA Foundation Fellowships To fund a law student's internship with a public interest organization. Law. Applicant must be enrolled in an ABA accredited law school at least part-time (as defined by the school); and have demonstrated interest in and commitment to working on behatf of the South Asian community. Selection is based on: participation in co-curricular activities; participation in extracurricular and community activities; professional training (internships, externships, summer clerkships and prior work experience); academic merit; and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit applications to Monali Sheth, SABA Foundation Vice President at mssh- eth@gmail.com. March 25. P. Charu Satia at pcsatia@gmail.com.  
South Carolina Association for Financial Professionals (SCAFP)
http://www.scafponline.orgSCHOLARSHIPS
tammy.mitted@wachovia.com
PO Box 5272
Columbia, SC 29250-5272
  South Carolina Association For Financial Professionals College Education Schol-Arships To provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and discussion of legislative, regulatory, and banking issues and developments and the opportunity to network with other Treasury Management professionals; to award an academic scholarship to an outstanding undergraduate student pursuing a degree in business in the areas including, but not limited to, accounting, economics, finance, business administration and management. Finance. Applicants must be South Carolina residents; must be U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents; must earn a cumulative 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale and a GPA in their major area of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale; must be enrolled as degree-seeking students at eligible South Carolina public or independent (private) institutions; must not be current recipients of a full-tuition scholarship. Recipients are selected based on their academic performance. $1,000. 2-5. Applicants must complete the application form; must submit a one page summary of academic achievement including the applicant's GPA (overall and major area) and a list of all relevant courses in the Treasury Management field; must submit a letter of recommendation from their major field faculty member; must provide a three-to-five page, doublespaced discussion of the Treasury Management field.      
Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association (SCCLA)
http://www.sccla.org
psc@birdmarella.com
PO Box 861959 Terminal Annex
Los Angeles, CA 90086-1959
  SCCLA Fellowships To provide an opportunity for local Asian/ Pacific American law students to work with an organization serving the Asian and Pacific Islander (API) community. Law. Program is open to Asian/Pacific American law students at all levels. Selection is based on need, academic accomplishments, and/or potential contribution to the Chinese-American community. $2,000. Duration: Ten weeks. 4. Applicants must submit a completed application to: Shirley Yauw, Esq. Asian Pacific American Legal Center, 1145 Wilshire Blvd., 2nd FI. Los Angeles, CA 90017. Applications by facsimile or by e-mail will not be considered. March 5. Shirley Yauw at syauw@apalc.org or 213-977-7500 x-265.  
Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association (SCCLA)
http://www.sccla.org
psc@birdmarella.com
PO Box 861959 Terminal Annex
Los Angeles, CA 90086-1959
  SCCLA Scholarships To support the education of local Asian/ Pacific American law students. Law. Applicant must be an Asian/Pacific American law student at all levels. Selection is based on need, academic accomplishments, and/or potential contribution to the Chinese-American community. $1,000. 7-10. Applicants must submit a completed application to Shirley Yauw, Esq. Asian Pacific American Legal Center, 1145 Wilshire Blvd., 2nd FI. Los Angeles, CA 90017. Applications by facsimile or by e-mail will not be considered. March 6. Shirley Yauw at syauw@apalc.org or 213- 977-7500 x-265.  
Southwest Florida Community Foundation
http://www.floridacommiinity.com
8260 College Pkwy., Ste. 101
Fort Myers, FL 33919
P: 239-274-5900
F: 239-274-5930
City Of Sanibel Employee Dependent Scholarships To provide financial assistance for qualified dependents of Sanibel City employees to attend a college or university. General studies. Applicant must be a dependent of a Sanibel City Employee (includes City Clerk's office, finance, legal, legislative, planning, police, building, natural resources, public works, management information systems, utility, recreation, and administrative services); must demonstrate financial need and academic achievement. Scholarship recipients are selected based upon the specific criteria made by each fund's donor. Scholarship application is reviewed by the Scholarship Committee. $1,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must complete the application form, available online; must have a student letter of interest, finandal need documentation, transcript, and two letters of recommendation. Application form and other supporting documents must be sent to Community Foundation of Sanibel-Captiva, 8260 College Pkwy., Ste. 101, Fort Myers, FL 33919. February Kathryn Cintron at the above address.  
Southwest Florida Community Foundation
http://www.floridacommiinity.com
8260 College Pkwy., Ste. 101
Fort Myers, FL 33919
P: 239-274-5900
F: 239-274-5930
D&A Florida Scholarships To fund a student who will attend: FGCU, university of Florida/ Gainesville, Florida State University/Tallahassee, Flagler College, Stetson University/Deland, University of Miami, University of Tampa, or Embry Riddle Aeronautical University/Daytona Beach. Architedure; Business; Engineering; International affairs and relations; Journalism; Computer and information sciences; Law; Literature; Medicine; Physics; Chemistry; Political science. Applicants must have graduated from a public or private high school in Charlotte, Glades, Hendry or Lee County; must pursue a degree in Architecture, Business, Engineering, International affairs and relations, Journalism, Computer and information sciences, Law, Literature, Medicine, Physics, Chemistry, or Political science; must document financial need; must possess a 3.5 GPA or higher; must be 23 years of age or younger and a first-time college student. Scholarship recipients are selected based upon the specific criteria made by each fund's donor. Scholarship application is reviewed by the Scholarship Committee. Selection of applicants will be based on academic standing and financial need. $10,000. Duration: One year. 1. Application forms are available online. Applicants must submit a personal essay and letter of recommendation, a transcript and financial need documentation. March 1.    
Southwest Florida Community Foundation
http://www.floridacommiinity.com
8260 College Pkwy., Ste. 101
Fort Myers, FL 33919
P: 239-274-5900
F: 239-274-5930
William L. Graddy Law School Scholarships To fund scholarships for students who have completed their first year of course load at an accredited law school. Law. Applicants must have completed first year of law school; must have a GPA of 2.8 or above and be in the top 25% of dass; must have been a resident of Charlotte, Collier, Glades, Hendry or Lee for at least 3 years; and must demonstrate financial need. Scholarship recipients are selected based upon the spedfic criteria made by each fund's donor. Scholarship application is reviewed by the Scholarship Committee. Selection of applicants will be based on academic standing and financial need. $1,000. Duration: One year. Number Awarded: Application forms are available online. Applicants must submit a personal essay, letter of recommendation from college instructor, transcript, financial need documentation and financial need documentation. March 1.    
Southwest Florida Community Foundation
http://www.floridacommiinity.com
8260 College Pkwy., Ste. 101
Fort Myers, FL 33919
P: 239-274-5900
F: 239-274-5930
John M. And Mary A. Shanley Memorial Scholarships To fund students pursuing degrees or advanced degrees in medidne, law, dentistry, teaching (math and science), ministry, engineering, accounting, architedure and computer science. Medidne; Law; Dentistry; Teaching; Ministry; Engineering; Accounting; Agriculture; Economic aspeds; Architecture; Computer and information sciences. Applicant must be a resident of Charlotte, Hendry or Lee County; must demonstrate service to school, church and community; must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Financial need is not required. $5,000. Duration: Four years.   Application forms are available online. Applicants must submit a personal essay, financial need documentation, letter of recommendation and transcript. March 1.    
Southwest Florida Community Foundation
http://www.floridacommiinity.com
8260 College Pkwy., Ste. 101
Fort Myers, FL 33919
P: 239-274-5900
F: 239-274-5930
Swfl Deputy Sheriffs Association Fund Scholarships To provide finandal funds for qualified high school students who are dependents of law enforcement officers. General studies. Applicant must be a graduate from high school in Charlotte, Cottier, Lee, Hendry or Glades Counties; must be a dependent of a law enforcement officer in the above counties; and must list name of law enforcement officer. Scholarship recipients are selected based upon the specific criteria made by each fund's donor. Scholarship application is reviewed by the scholarship committee. $1,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must complete the application form, available online, and submit a letter of interest, transcript, and letter of recommendation. March 1.    
Stark Community Foundation
http://www.starkcf.org
info@starkcf.org
400 Market Ave. N, Ste. 200
Canton, OH 44702
P: 330-454-3426
F: 330-454-5855
Sheriff W. Bruce Umpleby Law Enforcement Scholarship Fund To provide scholarship assistance to qualified individuals who want to pursue their studies. Law enforcement. Applicants must be students who are seniors attending high school either inside or outside Stark County, who will graduate with their class, or are graduates of a high school either inside or outside Stark County; must be enrolled as full-time students; must have achieved cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale; must have demonstrated outstanding involvement both in academics and extracurricular activities; must have been accepted, into a post secondary institution with plans to major in law enforcement. Redpient will be seleded based on academic standing and extracurricular activities. No specific amount. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a written statement (at least 2 paragraphs) and three letters of recommendations from their teacher and/or teacher. Application form and other supporting documents must be sent to Stark Community Foundation, 400 Market Ave. N, Ste. 200, Canton, OH 44702. March 1.    
Stark Community Foundation
http://www.starkcf.org
info@starkcf.org
400 Market Ave. N, Ste. 200
Canton, OH 44702
P: 330-454-3426
F: 330-454-5855
Judge And Mrs. Robert D. Horowitz Legal Scholarship Fund To provide scholarship assistance toqualified individuals who want to pursue their studies. Paralegal studies. Applicants must be graduates of high school in Stark, Columbiana, Carroll, Tuscarawas, Wayne or Holmes County, OH; must be enrolled or accepted as full-time or part- time students in a doctorate program; must demonstrate public service through volunteer activities or work experience; must demonstrate finandal need. Selection of applicants will be based on the scholarship application criteria. No specific amount.   Applicants must have at least two letter of reference documenting their public service and/or volunteer adivities and have completed a short essay on their personal public service and/or volunteer experience. April 2. Application form and other supporting documents should be sent to: Jennifer L. Saniuk, 19 Andrea Cir., Needham, MA 02494; Phone: 781-400- 1534; E-mail: jenhorowitz@yahoo.com.  
Stark Community Foundation
http://www.starkcf.org
info@starkcf.org
400 Market Ave. N, Ste. 200
Canton, OH 44702
P: 330-454-3426
F: 330-454-5855
Samuel Krugliak Legal Scholarship Fund To provide scholarship assistance to qualified individuals who want to pursue their studies. Paralegal studies. Applicants must be currently enrolled and attending law school accredited by the American Bar Association or have enrolled and will be attending in the fall; must have shown an active commitment to their community; must display strong academic achievement; must reside or have formerly resided in the Stark, Wayne, Carroll, Holmes, Summit, Tuscarawas, Columbiana, or Mahoning Counties when not attending law school; must desire to pursue the pradice of law in the Stark County Region. Seledion of applicants will be based on the scholarship application criteria. No specific amount.   Applicants must attach transcript of records and resume. April 10. Application form and other supporting documents must be submitted to Krugliak, Wilkins, Griffiths & Dougherty Co. , L.P.A. 4475 Munson St. NW Canton, OH 44735-6963; Phone: 330-497-0700; E-mail: kosbom@kwgd.com.  
Stark Community Foundation
http://www.starkcf.org
info@starkcf.org
400 Market Ave. N, Ste. 200
Canton, OH 44702
P: 330-454-3426
F: 330-454-5855
Bill Mccarthy Scout Scholarship Fund To provide scholarship assistance to qualified individuals who want to pursue their studies. General studies. Applicants must be male students who are or have been Boy Scouts; having belonged to a troop in the Tuslaw District; and who have attained at least the rank of a First Class Scout; and who ranks at least among the highest ten boys in his graduating class in high school. Recipients will be selected based on the scholarship seledion criteria. No specific amount. Duration: One year.   Applicants must complete and submit the application requirements to Mr. Andy McGeee, Tuslaw High School Guidance Counselor, 1847 Manchester NW, Massillon, OH 44647. April 1.    
Stark Community Foundation
http://www.starkcf.org
info@starkcf.org
400 Market Ave. N, Ste. 200
Canton, OH 44702
P: 330-454-3426
F: 330-454-5855
Sanders J. Mestel Legal Scholarship Fund To provide scholarship assistance to qualified individuals who want to pursue their studies. Law. Applicants must be law students whose residence is in Stark County. Seledion of applicants will be based on financial need, academic standing and written statement. No specific amount. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit a written statement of 250-300 words by the applicant indicating his/her special interest, extracurricular adivities and future career aspirations in law. May 1. Application form and other supporting documents must be sent to Stark Community Foundation, 400 Market Ave. N, Canton, OH 44702; E-mail: chawk@starkd.org.  
Stark Community Foundation
http://www.starkcf.org
info@starkcf.org
400 Market Ave. N, Ste. 200
Canton, OH 44702
P: 330-454-3426
F: 330-454-5855
Stark County Bar Association Fund To provide scholarship assistance to qualified individuals who want to pursue their studies. Law. Applicants must be law students enrolled at accredited law schools; must be from the Stark County area. Seledion of applicants will be based on the criteria of the seledion committee. No specific amount. Duration: One year.   Applicants must complete and submit the application form. April 15. Application form and other supporting documents should be sent to Tina McCort, Executive Diredor, 116 Cleveland Ave. NW Ste. 400, Canton, OH 44702; Phone: 330-453-0685.  
Stark Community Foundation
http://www.starkcf.org
info@starkcf.org
400 Market Ave. N, Ste. 200
Canton, OH 44702
P: 330-454-3426
F: 330-454-5855
Jeffery Tyler Sweitzer Wrestling Memorial Scholarship Fund To provide scholarship assistance to qualified individuals who want to pursue their studies. General studies. Applicants must be male residents of Stark County, OH; must have achieved passing GPA on a 4.0 scale; must be graduating students from Hoover High School, North Canton, OH, have participated in the wrestling program; must be students attending West Liberty College, Wheeling, WV; must be students graduating from any Stark County area high school who have participated in a wrestling program. Recipients will be selected based on the Scholarship Selection Criteria. No specific amount. Duration: One year.   Applicants must submit completed application form and requirements to Canton Hoover High School Wrestling Booster Club.      
Steuben County Community Foundation
http://www.steubenfoundation.org
1701 N Wayne St.
Angola, IN 46703
P: 260-665-6656
F: 260-665-8420
John W. Kelley Memorial Scholarships To provide financial support to those students who are interested in earning a degree in Law Enforcement Education. Law Enforcement. Applicants must be residents of Steuben County; must be graduating seniors from any Steuben County High School; must be pursuing a degree in Law Enforcement Education. Preference will be given to the following manner: children of active duty Steuben County Sheriffs office employees; children of any active duty law enforcement affiliation such as State Police, local Police Officers of Steuben County jurisdiction, DNR, Conservation officers, etc. No specific amount.   Application forms are available on-tine. Applicants must attached their copy of school transcripts; one-page essay answering the question, "Why does the law enforcement field appeal to me?'; and if related to an active duty Steuben County Sheriff's office employee or an active duty law enforcement employee, appticants must attach a letter stating the relationship and the person's name and position. March 15. Steuben County Community Foundation at the above address.  
StraightForward Media
http://www.straightforwardmedia.com
info@straightforwardmedia.com
7th St., Ste. 202
Rapid City, SD 57701
P: 605-348-3042
F: 605-348-3043
Outlaw Student'S Medical Professions Scholarships To financially assist students in their educational pursuits. Health care services. Applicant must be a student majoring in the medical field. Awards are given based on merit. $500. 4. Applicants must complete scholarship application online. September 30.   Awards are given four times a year.
StraightForward Media
http://www.straightforwardmedia.com
info@straightforwardmedia.com
7th St., Ste. 202
Rapid City, SD 57701
P: 605-348-3042
F: 605-348-3043
Outlaw Student'S Minority Scholarships To financially assist students in their educational pursuits. General studies. Applicant must be a minority student. Awards are given based on merit. $500. 4. Applicants must complete scholarship application online. September 30.   Awards are given four times a year.
StraightForward Media
http://www.straightforwardmedia.com
info@straightforwardmedia.com
7th St., Ste. 202
Rapid City, SD 57701
P: 605-348-3042
F: 605-348-3043
Outlaw Student'S Nursing School Scholarships To financially assist students in their educational pursuits. Nursing. Applicant must be a nursing student. Awards are given based on merit. $500.   Applicants must complete the scholarship application online. Ortober 14.   Awards are given four times a year.
StraightForward Media
http://www.straightforwardmedia.com
info@straightforwardmedia.com
7th St., Ste. 202
Rapid City, SD 57701
P: 605-348-3042
F: 605-348-3043
Outlaw Student'S Teacher Scholarships To financially assist students in their educational pursuits. Teaching. Applicant must be a student planning to be a teacher. Awards are given based on merit. $500.   Applicants must complete the Online Scholarship Application. October 14.   Awards are given four times a year.
StraightForward Media
http://www.straightforwardmedia.com
info@straightforwardmedia.com
7th St., Ste. 202
Rapid City, SD 57701
P: 605-348-3042
F: 605-348-3043
Straightforward Media'S Law Enforcement Scholarships To financially assist students in their educational pursuits. Law enforcement. Applicant must be a law enforcement professional or a student studying to become a law enforcement officer. Awards are given based on merit. $500.   Applicants must complete the Online Scholarship Application. March 31, February 28, September 30, December 31.   Awards are given four times a year.
StraightForward Media
http://www.straightforwardmedia.com
info@straightforwardmedia.com
7th St., Ste. 202
Rapid City, SD 57701
P: 605-348-3042
F: 605-348-3043
Straightforward Media'S Law School Scholarships To financially assist students in their educational pursuits. Law. Applicant must be a law student. Awards are given based on the application. $500. 4. Appticants must complete the scholarship application online. March 31, June 30, September 30, December 31.   Awards are given four times a year.
Third Wave Foundation
http://thirdwavefoundation.org
info@thirdwavefoundation.org
220 E 23rd St., Sle. 509
New York, NY 10010
P: 212-228-8311
F: 212-780-9181
The Lela Breitbart Memorial Scholarship Fund To support organizations working on issues of reproductive justice around the country. Environmental law. Applicants must be women and transgender people between the ages of 15 and 30. Recipients are selected based on financial need. $3,000.   Applicants complete and submit the application form together with their resume.      
Triangle Coalition for Science and Technology Education
http://www.triangle-coalition.org
tricoal @triangle-coalition.org
1840 Wilson Blvd.. Ste. 201
Arlington, VA 22201
P: 703-516-5960
F: 703-516-5969
Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowships To increase understanding, communication and cooperation between legislative and executive branches and the science, mathematics and technology education community. Education, Elementary; Education, Secondary. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen; have a minimum of five years full-time classroom teaching experience prior to completing the application; have been teaching fulltime in a public or private elementary or secondary school for at least five of the last seven years; and be currently employed full-time in a public or private elementary or secondary school or school district. Selection is based on: excellence in teaching science, mathematics, or technology; experimental and innovative attitude in the approach to teaching; sustained professional growth in science or mathematics in the art of teaching; professional involvement and leadership; interpersonal and communication skills needed to serve in the public policy environment and knowledge of national, state and local policies which affect education. $6,000 monthly stipend with a $1,000 monthly cost of living allowance. Duration: 10-11 months. Varies. Applicants are required to apply online. In addition, applicants must provide three recommendations o one of which from a school district official. January 13.    
UAF Community and Technical College
http://www.tvc.uaf.edu
604 Barnette St.
Fairbanks, AK 99701
P: 907-455-2800
Rachael Patterson Memorial Scholarships To provide educational support for qualified students intending to pursue their education. Technology, Criminal justice, Fires and fire prevention. Applicants must be sophomores or above; must be enrolled in justice, fire science or office management and technology; must be residents of Alaska (at least two years) and are intending to remain in Alaska. Preference will be given to residents of Alaska. No specific amount. Duration: One year.   Scholarship applications are available online at uaonline.alaska. edu (to access the scholarship application, applicant must choose 'Login to secured area' if they have a UA ID or apply for admission for the new students). February 16.    
Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations
http://www.uua.org
info@uua.org
24 Farnsworth Street
Boston, MA 02108
P: 617-742-2100
F: 617-367-3237
Otto M. Stanfield Law Scholarships To support Unitarian Universalist students with their educational pursuits. Law. Applicant must be a Unitarian Universalist student entering or in law school. Pre-law students or political science majors are not eligible. Selection is based on active relationship with Unitarian Universalism, financial need, and enrollment in an accredited institution. No specific amount. Duration: One academic year. Varies. Applicants must submit a completed application form along with the supporting documentation.     Established by Marion Barr Stanfield in memory of her husband.
University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA)
http://www.uaa.alaska.edu
3211 Providence Dr.
Anchorage, AK 99508
P: 907-786-1800
UAA Mark A. Beltz Scholarships To provide financial assistance for tuition and other educational expenses to students who are in financial need. Political science; Economics; Business administration; Science technologies. Applicants must demonstrate motivation, academic and leadership potential; must be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 for undergraduates and 3.0 for graduates; must be formally admitted to a political science, economics, business administration, business and corporate law, or science and technology undergraduate, graduate, certificate, and/or vocational degree- seeking program at the University of Alaska Anchorage; must plan on enrolling at least half-time (6 credits) at the University of Alaska Anchorage; may be an incoming or continuing student at the University of Alaska Anchorage; may be a U.S. citizen, non-U.S. citizen, Alaska resident, or out-of-state resident. Preference will be given to Alaska residents; who demonstrate financial need; and who intend to pursue a career in Alaska. No specific amount.   Applicants must complete the electronics scholarship application available online. February 15.    
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
Tillie B. Alpertn Scholarships To support the education of female law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicant must be a female law student who has successfully completed her first year with a B average; has demonstrated a commitment to the legal profession; and demonstrates financial need. Selection is based on academic performance, leadership, character, personal achievements and financial need. Preference will be given to appticants who have overcome significant obstacles in pursuit of their education. $1,000 to full in-state tuition.   Applicant must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicant must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 15.   Named in honor of the late Tillie Blen Alperin, a 1935 graduate of the old University of Memphis Law School and one of the first women to practice law in Tennessee.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
Claude T. Coffman Memorial Scholarships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicant must be admitted at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. Selection is based on academic merit and financial need. $1,000 to full instate tuition.   Applicants must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicants must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 15.   The scholarship is named in honor of the late professor and former interim dean of the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
Cleveland Drennon, Jr. Memorial Scholarships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicant must be admitted as full-time student at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. Selection is based on academic merit and financial need. Special consideration will be given to student-athtete graduates of The University of Memphis or Vanderbilt University. $1,000 to full in-state tuition.   Applicant must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Appticants must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 15. Ms. DebraAnn Brown, Assistant Director for Student Financial Aid, at 901-678-3737, or dbrown@memphis.edu. Funded by Humphrey E. Folk, Jr. and the Drennon family and friends.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
East Tennessee Foundation Scholarships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicant must be a second or third year student who demonstrates community involvement or commitment to public service. Selection is based on academic performance, leadership, character, personal achievements and financial need. $1,000 to futl in-state tuition. 1. Applicant must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicant must also complete the FAFSA Form.     Scholarship is made possible by a grant from the Tennessee Judicial Conference Foundation. The scholarship is awarded every four years, rotating among the other law schools in the state.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
Evans And Petree Law Firm Scholarships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicant must be an African American law student. Selection is based academic performance, leadership, character, personal achievements, and financial need. Preference witl be given to a returning African American student with financial need. $1,000 to full in-state tuition 1. Applicants must complete the online scholarship application form along with the personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicants must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 15. Ms. DebraAnn Brown, Assistant Director for Student Financial Aid, at 901-678-3737, or dbrown@memphis.edu. Established in Honor of Percy Harvey, Esq. by the Evans and Petree Law Firm.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
Federal Court Bench And Bar Scholarships To broaden the Middle District of Tennessee bar through expanded opportunities for law students from ail backgrounds. Law. Applicants must be economically disadvantaged law students from the Middle District of Tennessee; in good academic standing at the law school or the most recent school attended; have demonstrated financial need; and must have graduated from a high school in, or resided for the previous three years as a non-full time student in one of the following Tennessee Counties: Cannon, Cheatham, Clay, Cumberland, Davidson, DeKalb, Dickson, Fentress, Giles, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Jackson, Lawrence, Lewis, Macon, Marshall, Maury, Montgomery, Overton, Pickett, Putnam, Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, Stewart, Sumner, Trousdale, Wayne, White, Williamson, or Wilson. Recipients will be selected based on financial need. $1,000 to full in-state tuition.   Applicants must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicants must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 15.    
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
Wilford Hayes Gowen Scholarships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicant must be a second or third year law student. Selection is based on academic performance, financial need and personal determination. $1,000 to full in-state tuition.   Applicant must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicant must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 15.   Established in memory of Wilford Hayes Go- wen, through the Community Foundation of Western North Carolina.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
Herbert Herff Presidential Law Scholarships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicants must be admitted at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law; have demonstrated high academic or professional achievement; and show potential for an outstanding law career. Selection is based on academic merit and financial need. $1,000 to full in-state tuition. Duration: One year.   Applicants must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicants must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 15.   Funded by the Herbert Herff Trust.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
Robert And Elaine Hoffman Memorial Scholarships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Appticants must be admitted at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. Selection is based on academic merit and financial need. $1,000 to full instate tuition. 2. Applicants must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicants must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 1. Ms. DebraAnn Brown, Assistant Director for Student Financial Aid, at 901-678-3737, or dbrown@memphis.edu. The scholarship is named in honor of the late Chancellor Robert Hoffman and his sister Elaine.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
Kathryn Hookanson Law Fellowships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicant must be a student at the University of Memphis. Preference may be given to female students and those in financial need. $1,000 to futl in-state tuition.   Applicant must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicant must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 15.   Established by Ms. Hookanson, her family, friends and colleagues.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
John C. 'Jack" Hough Memorial Law Scholarships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicant must be a second or third year law student who demonstrates financial need and is working as a volunteer or in a law school externship in the office of the Shelby County Public Defender. Selection is based on academic performance, leadership, character, personal achievements and financial need. Preference will be given to applicants who express an interest in a career in government service as a public defender or prosecutor, or in the field of criminal law. $1,000 to full in-state tuition.   Applicant must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicants must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 15.   Scholarship is named in honor of the late John C. 'Jack' Hough, a former member of the Shelby County Public Defender's Office.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
Cecil C. Humphreys Law Fellowships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicant must be a second or third year student. Selection is based on demonstrated outstanding academic performance, leadership, good citizenship and scholarly achievements. Free waiver for half the cost of in-state tuition.   Applicant must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicant must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 15.   Fellowship is funded through a grant from the Plough Foundation. Humphreys Fellows are required to work 15 hours per week as a research assistant to faculty members.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
Judge William B. Leffler Scholarships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicants must be admitted at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. Selection is based on academic merit and financial need. $1,000 to full instate tuition.   Applicants must complete the online scholarship application form along with the personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicants must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 15.   The award is funded through the Leffler family, the donations of friends and proceeds from the annual bankruptcy law seminar in Judge Leffler's memory.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
H.H. Mcknight Memorial Scholarships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicants must be veterans of the United States Armed Forces interested in pursuing a career in criminal law. Selection is based on academic merit and financial need. $1,000 to futl in-state tuition. 2. Applicants must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicants must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 15. Ms. DebraAnn Brown, Assistant Director for Student Financial Aid, at 901-678-3737, or dbrown@memphis.edu.  
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
Memphis Access And Diversity Law Scholarships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicant must be a Tennessee resident. Selection is based on academic merit and financial need. No specific amount.   Applicants must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicants must also complete the FAFSA Form. In addition, attach a separate statement explaining in detail the circumstances that qualify the student to be considered for the scholarship. March 15.    
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
Sam A. Myar Jr. Law Scholarships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicants must be the Editor-in-Chief and the Managing Editor of the University of Memphis Law Review. Selection is based academic performance, leadership, character, personal achievements and financial need. $1,000 to full in-state tuition.   Applicants must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicants must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 15.   Established in 1960.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
Donald And Susie Polden Dean'S Scholarships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicants must be law students; must be committed to community or public service; and must express a desire to serve the community during or following law school. Recipients will be selected based on academic merit and financial need. $1,000 to full in-state tuition.   Applicants must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicants must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 15.    
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
Ratner And Sugarmon Scholarships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicants must be second or third year law students. Award is given to the student who best exemplifies a commitment to the needs of the underrepresented in society. $1,000 to full in-state tuition.   Applicants must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicants must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 15. DebraAnn Brown, Assistant Director for Student Financial Aid, at 901-678-3737, or dbrown@memphis.edu.  
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
Joseph Henry Shepherd Scholarships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicants must be admitted at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. Selection is based on academic performance and financial need. $1,000 to full in-state tuition. 3. Applicants must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicants must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 15.   Sponsored by Dorothy S. Shepherd.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
Amy E. Spain Memorial Scholarships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicants must be law students with demonstrated academic merit. Recipients will be selected based on academic merit; commitment to community/professional service; and personal industriousness. $1,000 to full in-state tuition. 2. Applicants must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicants must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 15.   Established by the family and friends of Amy Elizabeth Spain, who died at age 30 by a car accident in 1997.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
James F. And Donna Springfield Scholarships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicant must be a graduate of Rhodes College. Selection is based on academic merit. $1,000 to full in-state tuition. 1. Applicant must complete the online scholarship application form along with the personal statement; resume; scholar-ship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicant must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 15.   Scholarship is made possible by an endowment fund established by Mr. and Mrs. Springfield.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
Tennessee Bar Foundation Iolta Law School Scholarships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Qualifica-tions: Applicants must be Tennessee residents and rising third year students in good standing. Selection is based on demonstrated concern for public interest law, financial need and diversity representation. $1,000 to full instate tuition.   Applicants must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicants must also complete the FAFSA Form. March 15.   Scholarship is funded by the Tennessee Bar Foundation.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
http://www.memphis.edu/law/index.php
lawadmissions@memphis.edu
1 N Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
P: 901-678-2421
Wyatt, Tarrant And Combs, Llp Scholarships To support the education of law students at the University of Memphis. Law. Applicant must be admitted as a full-time student at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law; and must be a Tennessee or Kentucky resident. Selection is based on academic merit and financial need. Preference is given to a Tennessee or Kentucky resident. $1,000 to full in-state tuition.   Applicant must complete the online scholarship application form along with a personal statement; resume; scholarship statement; and recommendation letters. Applicant must also complete the FAFSA Form.     Scholarship is made possible by Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, LLP. The scholarship will be offered every three years.
University of Minnesota
http://www.umn.edu/twincities
hrfellow@umn.edu
Human Rights Center Mondale Hall, Ste. N120 19th Ave. S
Minneapolis, MN 55455
P: 612-626-2226
Upper Midwest Human Rights Fellowship Program To encourage residents of the Upper Midwest to undertake practical experiences/internships in human rights organizations. To promote social justice by providing practical training in the varied aspects of human rights work worldwide. Human rights. Applicants must be residents of the Upper Midwest with a particular focus on Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin; must have adequate proficiency in the relevant languages. Primary criterion for selection is a demonstrated interest in, and commitment to, the promotion of international human rights. Subcommittee of the Human Rights Center's Advisory Board will select the grant recipients. Awards will be determined by considering an individual's qualifications and interests together with the needs of the supervising organization. $1,000-$4,500 money will help pay transportation, lodging, and food expenses incurred during the fellowship period.   Applicants must submit a complete application form available online; must provide the confirmation letter from host; transcript (from last ten years only); a resume; and a 2-3-page essay detailing the following: (1) Fellowship placement, (2) Proposed host organization, (3) Significance of the experience for your academic or professional training, (4) Relationship of the fellowship to your future goals, (5) How the host organization will benefit from a fellowship, (6) Description of the key aspects of a current human rights issue in the country/location of your proposed fellowship and how the sponsoring organization addresses it; (7) Description of how you will use your new human rights experiences in your community upon your return home. February 9. Application form and supporting documents must be submitted to the Human Rights Center or e-mail hr- fellow@umn.edu for additional information.  
University of North Carolina School of Journalism and Mass Communication
http://www.jomc.unc.edu
jomc@unc.edu
University of North Carolina, Carol Hall CB 3365
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3365
P: 919-962-1204
F: 919-962-0620
Minority Presence Grant Program For Doctoral Study To educate journalists. Law; Medicine, Veterinary. Applicants must be African American residents of North Carolina; applicants must be full-time students pursuing doctoral degrees, law degree, or degrees in veterinary medicine at East Carolina University, Carolina State University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, at Greensboro, or at Charlotte Campus. Recipients are selected based on the academic performance, financial need, and potential for joumalism-mass communication careers. $4,000.   Applicants must complete the application form.   PO Box 1080, Chapel Hitl, NC 27514-1080.  
University of Toronto (U of T)
http://www.utoronto.ca
webservices@utoronto.ca
563 Spadina Crescent
Toronto, ON, Canada M5S 1A1
P: 416-978-2011
Mary Jane Hendrie Memorial Scholarships To support students with their educational pursuits. Japanese studies. Applicant must be a senior undergraduate or graduate student of U of T; interested in relations between Japan and Canada with studies in business, law, economics, international relations, or political science. Selection is based on general proficiency or outstanding achievements. Approximately $3500.   Applicants must submit a completed application form along with the required materials and information. March 31.   Faculty members can nominate a student by writing a letter to the Scholarship Selection Committee describing the student's qualifications for the award.
University of Wisconsin-Madison
http://www.wisc.edu
askbucky@uwmad.wisc.edu
716 Langdon St.
Madison, Wl 53706-1481
P: 608-263-2400
F: 608-265-3277
Lawton Minority Retention Grants To support UW-Madison students in their education. General studies. Applicants must be underrepresented students of color; must be Wisconsin or Minnesota residents; must be sophomore, junior, or senior students; must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0; and must be African-American, Hispanic/Latino/Native American, or Southeast Asian (Vietnamese/Cambodian/Laotian born after 1975). Recipients will be selected based on financial need. Up to $2,500. Number Awarded; Varies.   Applicants must file an application at FAFSA in order to be considered. In addition, applicants must contact the Minority and Disadvantaged Coordinator in the UW-Madison school or college where they are enrolled.      
Vanderbilt Center for Environmental Management Studies (VCEMS)
http://www.vanderbilt.edu/vcems
james.h.clarke@vanderbilt.edu
Vanderbilt University 2301 Vanderbilt PI.
Nashville, TN 37235
P: 615-322-6814
F: 615-343-7177
Bridgestone Americas Fellowships To support students with research interests in Environmental Management who are pursuing a PhD at Vanderbilt University in an appropriate related discipline. Environmental science. Applicant must be a current or former student involved with VCEMS and have backgrounds in engineering, economics, divinity, technology, business administration and law. Selection is based on the application materials submitted for review. No specific amount.Duration: Three years.   Appticants may apply online, or may send a request for a hard copy application to the Graduate School (must be accompanied by a non-refundable fee of $40). Application packet includes: two copies of the application form and all supporting materials; statement and purpose; two official transcripts of all post-secondary work; Graduate Record Examination scores; acknowledgment of Ap-plication Card (self-addressed). In addition, applicants must send a resume/CV; a business writing sample; three letters of recommendation in duplicate; and a photocopy of standardized test scores. Submit application packet to: Vanderbilt University Graduate School, 411 Kirkland Hall, Nashville, TN 37240.      
Vietnamese American Bar Association of Northern California (VABANC)
http://www.vabanc.org
vabancinfo@gmail.com
1570 The Alameda Ste. 212
San Jose, CA95126
P: 408-975-9321
Vabanc Scholarships To support law students committed to serving the Vietnamese American community. Law. Applicant must be a law student who is committed to serving the Vietnamese American community and is in need of funding for the upcoming school year. Selection is based on merit. $1,000. Duration: One school year. 3. Applicants must submit a completed application form along with a resume; three references; and a personal statement of no more than 800 words. Submit ap-plication materials to scholarships@vabanc.org. September 1. scholarships @va- banc.org.  
Virgin Islands Bar Association
http://www.vibar.org
executivedirector@vibar.org
PO Box 4108
Christiansted, VI 00822
P: 340-778-7497
F: 340-773-5060
Almeric Christian Memorial Scholarships To support the education of law students. Law. Applicant must be a college graduate who has been accepted to or is attending a law school accredited by the American Bar Association; must be a permanent resident of the United States Virgin Islands and plan to engage in the practice of law in the United States Virgin Islands within three years of graduation from law school. Applicants who are already attending the law school must have a 2.75 GPA and those who have not yet started a law study must have at least 3.0 GPA. Selection is based on the application. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed application form along with a letter of acceptance to a law school or most recent transcript if already enrolled in a law school; three letters of recommendation, one from a former college or law school professor and the rest from individuals that are not related to the applicant by blood or mar-riage; an essay on career objectives and how the schooling plan will prepare the applicant to attain these goals (typewritten); official copy of undergraduate college transcript (if entering the first year of law school) or a copy of latest official transcript (if presently attending law school); and a copy of Student Financial Aid form (FAF), or the equivalent thereof. June 30. Micol Morgan, Chair at the above address.  
Warner Norcross & Judd LLP (WNJ)
http://www.wnj.com
contactwnj@wnj.com
900 Fifth Third Ctr. Lyon St. NW
Grand Rapids, Ml 49503-2487
P: 616-752-2000
F: 616-752-2500
Warner Norcross & Judd Llp Minorty Scholarships To provide encouragement and financial assistance to students of racial and ethnic minority heritage pursuing a career in law. Law; Paralegal studies. Applicants must be former or current residents of Michigan or attending a Michigan law school. Applicants will be selected based on academic standing and financial need. $5,000, $2,000 and $1,000. Duration: One academic year. 1. Applicants must submit completed application forms; a statement of goals and aspirations related to their studies in the legal profession, and must indicate the reason why they choose the legal profession/field as their area of study; and two letters of reference. April 1. Ruth Bishop, Grand Rapids Community Foundation, at rbishop@grfoundation.org or to Rodney Martin, Warner Norcross & Judd LLP, at rmar- tin@wnj.com.  
Washburn University School of Law
http://washbumlaw.edu
1700 SW College Ave.
Topeka, KS 66621
P: 785-670-1060
F: 785-670-3249
Business And Transactional Law Center Scholarships To financially assist Washburn University students with their education. Law. Applicants must be admitted to Washbum Law; and must have an interest in business law or transactional law. Recipients are selected based on the quality of all application materials submitted. Maximum of $20,000 per year.Duration: Three years.   Applicants must attach a 1-2 paragraph description of interest, background or qualifications related to the scholarship specific area.      
Washburn University School of Law
http://washbumlaw.edu
1700 SW College Ave.
Topeka, KS 66621
P: 785-670-1060
F: 785-670-3249
Child And Family Advocacy Fellowships To financially assist Washburn University students with their education. Law. Applicants must be admitted to Washbum Law and must pursue careers in child and family advocacy. Award is given based on the application materials. Maximum of $19,000 per year.Duration: Three years.   Applicants must attach a 1-2 paragraph description of interest, background or qualifications related to the scholarship specific area.      
Washburn University School of Law
http://washbumlaw.edu
1700 SW College Ave.
Topeka, KS 66621
P: 785-670-1060
F: 785-670-3249
Judge Delmas C. Hill Scholarships To financially assist Washbum University students with their education. Law. Applicants must be admitted as full-time students in Washburn Law; must be in the top ten percent of the class; and must have a 2.5 GPA. Award is given based on the application materials. Full-tuition and a stipend of $4,000 per year.Duration: Three years. 1. Applicants must submit a statement showing: the reason for interest in the law as a profession; public and community service activities; leadership activities; and potential for leadership.      
Washburn University School of Law
http://washbumlaw.edu
1700 SW College Ave.
Topeka, KS 66621
P: 785-670-1060
F: 785-670-3249
Koch Scholarships To financially assist Washbum University students with their education. Law. Applicants must be admitted as full-time students in Washbum Law; must be in the top ten percent of the class; and must have a 3.0 GPA. Award is given based on the application materials. Full-tuition for three years of law school; student fees; and a stipend of $6,000 for the first year of law school, $3,000 per year in the second and $3,000 per year in the third years.Duration: Three years. 1. Appticants must submit a statement showing: the reason for interest in the law as a profession; public and community service activities; leadership activities; and potential for leadership.      
Washburn University School of Law
http://washbumlaw.edu
1700 SW College Ave.
Topeka, KS 66621
P: 785-670-1060
F: 785-670-3249
Pittsburg State University Distinguished Graduate Scholarships To help defray some of the costs of a legal education for a Pittsburg State University student elected to attend Washbum Law. Law. Applicants must be PSU students admitted to Washbum Law. Award is given based on merit. No specific amount.   PSU applicants admitted to Washbum Law will be automatically considered.     Established by David Pierce, Washbum Law Professor and Pittsburg State University graduate.
Washburn University School of Law
http://washbumlaw.edu
1700 SW College Ave.
Topeka, KS 66621
P: 785-670-1060
F: 785-670-3249
Polsinelli Diversity Scholarships To financially assist Washburn University minority students with their education. Law. Applicants must be incoming first- year minority law students. Award is given based on merit. $15,000 each year.Duration: Three years. 1. Applicants admitted to Washbum Law will be automatically considered.     Created through the contributions of the Polsinelli Shalton Flanigan Suelthause PC law firm.
Washburn University School of Law
http://washbumlaw.edu
1700 SW College Ave.
Topeka, KS 66621
P: 785-670-1060
F: 785-670-3249
Shamberg Scholarships To financially assist Washbum University students with their education. Law. Applicants must be admitted to Washbum Law. Selection is based on academic achievements and leadership potential. Full-tuition for all three years of law school and a $4,000 stipend.Duration: Three years. 3. Admitted students who qualify will be automatically considered.      
Washburn University School of Law
http://washbumlaw.edu
1700 SW College Ave.
Topeka, KS 66621
P: 785-670-1060
F: 785-670-3249
J.L. Weigand, Jr. Legal Education Trust Scholarships To promote excellence in legal education and to encourage the most scholastically qualified students who are long-term Kansas residents to remain in or return to Kansas to practice law. Law. Applicants must be admitted full-time to Washbum Law; must be in the top ten percent of the class and have been a legal resident of Kansas for at least ten years prior to their admission to law school. Selection is based on merit. No spedfic amount.   Applicants admitted to Washburn Law will be automatically considered. February 1. Karla Whitaker at the above address. Established by John L. Weigand, Jr.
The Washington Group
http://www.thewashingtongroup.org
info@thewashingtongroup.org
PO Box 11248
Washington, DC 20008
  The Ivan Shandor Memorial Ukrainian American Bar Association Scholarships To encourage active participation in the Ukrainian community. Law. Applicants must be enrolled in the masters of law degree program at Georgetown University Law center; must be residents or resided in Ukraine; must be fluent in Ukrainian language; and must demonstrate a desire to promote democracy and uphold the rule of law in Ukraine. Recipients are selected based on academic records. No specific amount.   Applicants must fill out the application form.   Scholarships for International Students, Georgetown university Law Center, Office of development, 600 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC 20001; 202-662- 9000.  
Washington University Law School
http://www.law.wustl.edu
eckricheckrich@wulaw.wustl.edu
Campus Box 1120 One Brookings Dr.
St. Louis, MO 63130-4899
P: 314-935-6400
F: 314-935-8778
Buder Scholarships For American Indian Law Students To provide financial assistance to law students. Law. Applicants must be American Indian Law students. Recipient selection will be based on demonstrated potential for success in law school as evidenced by undergraduate academic performance. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit an application letter and other requirements to the office.      
Washington University Law School
http://www.law.wustl.edu
eckricheckrich@wulaw.wustl.edu
Campus Box 1120 One Brookings Dr.
St. Louis, MO 63130-4899
P: 314-935-6400
F: 314-935-8778
Washington University Law School Chancellor'S Graduate Fellowships To provide encouragement as well as financial support to students interested in careers as college or university professors. Arts; Business; Social Work; Engineering; Law. Applicants must be graduate students who are interested in becoming college or university professors. Recipients will be selected based on potential contributions to the diversity of graduate education at Washington University. $27,500.   Applicants may download an application form from the website. January 15.    
Washington University Law School
http://www.law.wustl.edu
eckricheckrich@wulaw.wustl.edu
Campus Box 1120 One Brookings Dr.
St. Louis, MO 63130-4899
P: 314-935-6400
F: 314-935-8778
Washington University Law School Olin Fellowships For Women To provide financial assistance to women who wish to have careers in higher education. Architecture; Art; Business; Engineering; Medicine; Social Work. Applicants must be women. Recipients will be selected based on the committee's review of all applications. No specific amount.   Applicants must submit a completed application form; a one- page information form; a curriculum vitae; an essay; three letters of recommendation; a transcript; and test scores. February 1. Office of Admissions, Campus Box 1120, One Brookings Dr., St. Louis, MO 63130-4899; 314-935-4525.  
Wayne County Foundation, Inc.
http://www.waynecountyfoundation.org
steve@waynecountyfoundation.org
33 South 7th Street
Richmond, IN 47374
P: 765-962-1638
F: 765-966-0882
Niqui Mccown Honor And Memorial Scholarship Fund To support the needy student who is deeply committed to the law and criminal justice. Law; Criminal justice. Applicants must be graduating seniors of Richmond High School who intend to pursue careers relating to the law or criminal justice. Selection of applicants will be based on the moral character and academic achievements. No specific amount.   For further information about the application form and materials, applicants are advised to contact the Wayne County Foundation at the above address or visit the website.      
Women in Federal Law Enforcement
http://www.wifl8.org
wifte@comcast.net
2200 Wilson Blvd.
Arlington, VA 22201
P: 703-548-9211
F: 301-560-8836
The Wifle Scholarship Fund To provide financial assistance to women interested in law enforcement careers. Law enforcement. Applicants must be U.S. citizens; must be full-time students at an accredited four-year college or university, or a fully accredited community college with the intention of transferring to a four-year degree; must have completed at least one full academic year of college work; must major in Criminal Justice or a related discipline such as social sciences, public administration, computer science, finance, linguistic arts, chemistry, or physics leading to a four-year degree; have a minimum 3.0 overall grade point average (GPA). Recipients will be selected based on academic potential, achievement and commitment to serving communities in the field of law enforcement. $1,500.   Applicants must complete the application with a 500-word essay describing the applicant's involvement in a community project and the results or impact of that involvement to the community. If the applicant is currently serving or has served an internship with a law enforcement agency, preferably a federal law enforcement agency, the applicant must provide details including the name of the agency, the dates served and the value of the experience and the accomplishment through the internship in a 500-word essay. Applicants must have at least one community leader or member of a community or police official sponsor their applications with a written statement of support. February 1.    
Women In Defense (WID)
http://wid.ndia.org
wid@ndia.org
2111 Wilson Blvd., Ste. 400
Arlington, VA 22201-3061
P: 703-522-1820
F: 703-522-1885
Women In Defense Horizons Scholarships To provide financial assistance to further educational objectives of women either employed or planning careers in defense or national security areas. National security; Military history; Government; Engineering; Computer and information sciences; Physics; Mathematics and mathematical sciences; Business; Law; International affairs and relations; Political science; Economics. Applicant must be currently enrolled at an accredited university/college, either full-time or part- time; must have junior, senior or graduate status; demonstrate interest in pursuing a career related to national security or defense; demonstrate financial need; have a minimum GPA of 3.25. Applicant must be a female citizen of the United States. Awards are given based on academic achievement, participation in defense and national security activities, field of study, work experience, statements of objectives, recommendations, and financial need. No specific amount.   Appticants must submit a completed scholarship application form with the essays, recommendations, and transcripts. July 1.   Established in 1988.
Women Lawyers Association of
http://www.wlastl.org
wla@wlastl.org
Greater St. Louis PO Box 775512
St. Louis, MO 63177
  Linda J. Murphy Scholarships To support law students in their pursuit of legal education. Law. Applicants must be part-time or full-time female law students, must be currently enrolled in a Missouri law school and must be committed to continue law school enrollment in the fall semester following the award. Selection of recipients is based on demonstrated commitment to causes that are consistent with the Mission of the WLA. Academic achievement and financial need are taken into account to a lesser extent. $1000-$6000 depending on the amount of funds available.   Applicants must submit a completed application form along with the personal statement and official or unofficial law school transcripts. Applications and all accompanying materials must be submitted via e-mail to: jboyer@ stinson.com. April 1. Jamie Boyer at jboyer@stinson.com or Bridget Hoy at bhoy@tewis- rice.com. The scholarship fund was named after Linda J. Murphy after her death in 1999.
Yukon Law Foundation
http://www.yukonlawfoundation.com
info@yukonlawfoundation.com
Box 31789
Whitehorse, YT, Canada T1A 6L3
P: 867-667-7500
F: 867-393-3904
Yukon Law Foundation Scholarships To provide financial assistance to qualified students who want to pursue their studies. Law. Applicants must be students attending law or law related studies. Recipients will be selected based on academic achievement, residency, community involvement, and financial need. $15,000. Duration: One year.   Applicants must complete the application form available online; submit a transcript of record and two letters of recommendation. Application form and other supporting documents must be sent to Yukon Law Foundation or dropped off at No. 202-302 Steel St., Whitehorse, YT CA Y1A 2C5. August 31.    


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