The scholarships listed on this page are available to law students. Some of the information is given as a service by the Academic Support Office and other non-Wake Forest Law sources, so we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information.
Search for scholarships (some links are currently unavailable)
Donald W. Banner Diversity Scholarship Application ABA Legal Opportunity Scholarship Fund Console and Hollawell Legal Scholarship Disability or Medical Condition Actuarial Diversity Scholarship Mark T. Banner Scholarship for Law Students Native Americans International - non-U.S. Citizens Public Interest State of Residence The JD Project Buckfire & Buckfire Diversity Scholarship updated October 20, 2015ejobapplications.com 2014 Reiff & Bily Legal Scholarship Birth Injury Scholarship Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard Scholarship Tutor the People Essay Scholarship Spokeo Connections Scholarship 1-800-LAW-FIRM Law School Scholarship Program Davis Levin Livingston The Clark Law Office Scholarship Bridgat Technology Limited Latham Scholars Diversity Program Bond & Botes Financial Hardship Law Scholarship Farzad Family Law Scholarship The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans The Dolores Zohrab Liebmann Fund The SeiferFlatow Scholarship Boling Rice LLC Scholarship Student Debt Relief Scholarship Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers Single Mothers Scholarship Take Lessons Scholarship Laubacher & Co. Survivor Scholarship for Domestic Violence Victims Avvo Scholarship Program Ladah Law Firm Scholarship Scholar Geek Lexington Law Scholarship Program Nexsen|Pruet Scholarship Auger & Auger Disabled Scholar Award Steinger, Iscoe & Greene Law Scholarship for Child Advocates Survivor's Scholarship Attorney Stewart Guss Scholarship Triumph Over Breast Cancer Scholarship Injury Lawyer News Disability Scholarship Award
To be competitive for any scholarship, write an outstanding essay with concrete details. Seek recommendations from professors and others who know you well and can give specific information about you.
Searching for scholarships involves creativity and work. Think broadly while looking for sources of scholarships. Some common sources of scholarships are
- Bar associations
- Community foundations
- Civic associations
- Employers (former, current, or potential), including employers of parent or spouse
- Local, state, or tribal governments
- Organizations devoted to preserving ethnic or cultural heritage
- Religious organizations
- Sororities and fraternities, whether social or academic
- Public interest groups
Racial and ethnic minority applicants are encouraged to apply for the ABA Legal Opportunity Scholarship Fund at www.abanet.org/fje.
Click here for more helpful tips on applying for scholarships.