Private Scholarship Information

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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.


Farzad Family Law Scholarship
Deadline: Monday, 12/15/2014
Award: $3,000
Website: farzadlaw.com/farzad-family-law-scholarship/
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)


Shannon Bybee Scholarship
Deadline: Monday, 9/1/2014
Award: $2,500
More scholarship information and/or application form is available on Reserve at the Law Library Circulation Desk.
The International Association of Gaming Advisors is seeking law student research papers that enhance the understanding of gaming law or recommend a beneficial change in gaming law.
Eligibility: To be eligible for this scholarship, submitted papers must (1) be prepared as part of the student's class work at an accredited law school during the 2013-14 school year; (2) be submitted no later than 5 p.m. Pacific time on Sept. 1, 2014; (3) be accompanied by written confirmation from a law school instructor that the paper was written under the direction of that instructor; and (4) be written on the topic that either enhances the understanding of gaming law or recommends a beneficial change in gaming law.
Scholarship #105 (Added/Updated: Friday, 5/2/2014)


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