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Student Financial Services encourages students to come by and discuss financial concerns any time during the year. We are happy to assist you with the application process, understanding financial aid policies, estimating loan repayment, seeking outside resources, or even personal budget planning. Our staff is committed to assisting you with your financial aid concerns both while you pursue your law degree and after you graduate.

Managing Your Financial Aid

Managing Your Financial Aid

  • Tax Forms for 2021-22

    Read about the tax forms you may need in your aid applications

    Tax Forms for 2021-22

    Read about the tax forms you may need in your aid applications

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    Watch videos
  • Financial Planning Tools

    Find tools for planning your summer employment, career, loan repayments, and more

    Financial Planning Tools

    Find tools for planning your summer employment, career, loan repayments, and more

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    Learn more
  • Personal Finance Matters

    Explore this page for financial resources, insight and materials that can help you now and long-term

    Personal Finance Matters

    Explore this page for financial resources, insight and materials that can help you now and long-term

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Upcoming Outside Scholarship Deadlines

Upcoming Outside Scholarship Deadlines

Keker, Van Nest & Peters LLP 1L Diversity Scholarship

Keker, Van Nest & Peters LLP is offering up to four scholarships worth a total of $75,000. The program offers scholarships to current 1L students, as well as a mentorship to 1L students that would contirbute to the diversity of the legal field and profession in the San Francisco Bay Area. More information and application can be found here.

Lemon Law Experts Scholarship

Lemon Law Experts is awarding a $1,000 scholarship to current law students. You can apply for the scholarship here.

Alaska Bar Association Scholarship

The Alaska Bar Association is offering law school scholarships to current 1st or 2nd year law students who demonstrate ties to Alaska, and an intent to return to Alaska within two years of graduation. To apply and find more information can be found on this webpage here.

Sarita and Claire Wright Lucas Foundation Scholarship

Up to $10,000 scholarship awarded to an African American women that is graduating law school and preparing to take the Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, or Pennsylvania Bar Exam. Apply

Harvard Law School has a long-standing commitment to preserving access to the J.D. program for all admitted candidates, regardless of family financial strength. Admissions decisions are made regardless of ability to pay. Any student with financial concerns is encouraged to apply for financial assistance.