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"The judicial system--and its varied professionals--protect our rights, but navigating it can be tricky. Law schools help future lawyers and judges do just that. Check out these law schools to learn more."

hls.harvard.edu/dept/jdadmissions/why-harvard/academics-scholarship

Students at Harvard Law School have significant opportunities to research, write, and present their work in a scholarly setting, to participate in faculty seminars, and to prepare for a life in academia. The extensive reach of the law school's curriculum permits students to make new connections within legal scholarship, while ...

hls.harvard.edu/dept/graduate-program/llm-tuition-and-financial-aid

Financial aid is offered in the form of both grants (scholarships) and loans. The average grant is approximately half of tuition; for a small number of students with particularly acute financial need, we are able to offer grants covering full tuition and a portion of living expenses. In addition to our grant funds, we are able to offer ...

hls.harvard.edu/dept/sfs/financial-aid-policy-overview/award-packages

Harvard grant and loan funding is made possible by the generous contributions of Law School donors, both in the form of endowed scholarship accounts and annual giving. All institutional grant assistance is need-based and awarded solely on the basis of family financial strength. HLS does not offer merit aid and does not ...

hls.harvard.edu/dept/sfs/outside-resources/current-outside-resources

Current students can also login to the HLS Office of Career Services job database and search under “Diversity” to find more law firm scholarship opportunities for students from groups that are traditionally underrepresented at law firms. See our list of past sources of outside scholarship funding received by HLS students for ...

hls.harvard.edu/dept/sfs

American Indian Law School Scholarship for Harvard Law Students. Administered by the American Indian College Fund, to provide Native students with full scholarships covering all costs of attendance to Harvard Law School. Apply · Continue Reading ...

hls.harvard.edu/dept/sfs/basics-for-prospective-and-admitted-students/policy-overview/international-students

International students (any students who are not U.S. Citizens or non-citizens eligible for federal student aid) can apply for HLS need-based grant and loan assistance, and financial aid awards are determined using the same need-based approach that applies to students who are U.S. citizens. Harvard Law School provides ...

hls.harvard.edu/dept/sfs/outside-resources/harvard-university-restricted-scholarships

Harvard University (not Harvard Law School) has a pool of University-wide restricted scholarships that are awarded each year to current students from around the University via a nomination process. The nominations for HLS students are coordinated by our office and usually begin in February of each academic year for ...

www.usnews.com/education/blogs/law-admissions-lowdown/2012/07/16/what-law-schools-dont-tell-parents-about-financial-aid

Jul 16, 2012 ... At Harvard Law School, for any applicants who will be 25 or younger on September 1, all of his or her parents' financial resources will be considered. ... Yale, generally do not offer very significant merit-based aid, other top schools offer valuable grants ranging from about $10,000 a year to full scholarships.

www.quora.com/How-can-I-get-a-100-scholarship-for-JD-admission-to-Harvard-or-Yale-Law-School

If you're talking about scholarships provided by the schools themselves, this is almost certainly outside your control--nothing you can do will get you a 100% scholarship. Many law schools offer merit scholarships--grants based on a student's pri...