Private Scholarship Information
More information about some or all of these scholarships is available in the Scholarship Book on Reserve at the Law Library Circulation Desk; note the Scholarship # below each entry.
PLEASE NOTE: The scholarship opportunities on this page are not administered by Washburn University or its School of Law. The organizations offering these scholarships are outside entities that privately support the scholarships with their own funding. Applicants for these scholarships apply directly to the sponsoring organization, not Washburn University or its School of Law.
Donald W. Banner Diversity Scholarship
Deadline: Monday, 1/5/2015
More scholarship information and/or application form is available on Reserve at the Law Library Circulation Desk.
Banner & Witcoff, Ltd. is pleased to offer the Donald W. Banner Diversity Scholarship for law students. This scholarship is part of Banner & Witcoff's continuing commitment to fostering the development of intellectual property lawyers from diverse backgrounds.
Eligibility: The Donald W. Banner Diversity Scholarship is open to all students currently enrolled in an ABA accredited law school and pursuing a career in intellectual property law. The applicant must be a member of a historically under represented group (including race, sex, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and disability) and must have exemplary writing and oral communication skills.
Scholarship #50 (Added/Updated: Monday, 10/6/2014)
Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers' Single Mother Scholarship
Deadline: Friday, 12/5/2014
Award: $1,000 (2 awarded)
Rosenfield Injury Lawyers believes in the empowerment of single mothers through education. Education has the power to open doors for single mothers and even their children. Rosenfield Injury Lawyers wants to expand opportunities for single mothers who are going back to school by offering two $1,000 scholarships (one awarded to a single mother in an undergraduate program or community college and one to a single mother enrolled in an accredited law school).
Eligibility: Scholarship applicants must fulfill the following criteria: 1) be enrolled in an accredited high school, college, or university in the U.S.; 2) must be a mother who is attending school; and 3) maintain a cumulative GPA of a minimum of 3.0.
Scholarship #107 (Added/Updated: Friday, 9/19/2014)
Eisbrough Marsh L.L.C. Disability Scholarship
Deadline: Wednesday, 12/31/2014
Injury Lawyers News believes strongly in helping students achieve their goals of higher education, especially when they are faced with challenges such a physical and learning disabilities. As advocates of higher education, the firm is proud to give back to the community through the Injury Lawyer News Disability Scholarship Award.
Eligibility: The scholarship is available to all pre-law and law school students. Students must be accepted to or already attending an accredited US college or university or accepted to or attending a fully accredited US law school. In addition, the scholarship is only available to students with a medically documented disability, which can be either a physical disability or a learning disability.
Scholarship #108 (Added/Updated: Friday, 9/19/2014)
The Pearce Law Firm - Empowering Women in Law Scholarship
Deadline: Wednesday, 12/31/2014
This scholarship opportunity is open to women nationwide who are currently attending a law school in the United States. This scholarship is intended to encourage and support outstanding achievement and leadership by example from women in the field of law.
Eligibility: This scholarship is open to nationwide who are currently attending law school in the United States.
Scholarship #109 (Added/Updated: Friday, 9/19/2014)
Farzad Family Law Scholarship
Deadline: Monday, 12/15/2014
The Farzad Family Law, APC is offering an annual scholarship to all law and pre-law students. This scholarship is merit based and the winning applicant will receive $3,000 towards their costs of education.
Eligibility: This scholarship is available to all pre-law and law students who are currently admitted to and attending an undergraduate degree program in pre-law at an accredited American university or college or are admitted to and attending a state accredited law school.
Scholarship #106 (Added/Updated: Monday, 6/23/2014)