Generally external scholarships are not available to first-year students. However, the following list, while not comprehensive, does offer a good starting point.
American Association for Justice Scholarships
Donald W. Banner Diversity Scholarship for Law Students
Mark T. Banner Scholarship for Law Students
Harry A. Blackmun Scholarship Foundation, Inc.
Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
Federal Bar Association of Western Michigan
Grand Rapids Community Foundation
Hudson County Bar Foundation
Iranian-American Bar Association (IABA) Scholarship
Harry Klein And Shirley Klein Legal Scholarship Fund
Lilly Reintegration Scholarship
NAPABA Law Foundation Scholarship
National Federation of The Blind
The National Italian American Foundation Scholarship
Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara
Association on American Indian Affairs
Virginia M. Wagner Educational Grant
Warner Norcross & Judd LLP
Sidney B. Williams Jr. Scholarship
Women’s Opportunity Award
Additional scholarship resources available at industry partner AccessLex Scholarship Databank
Applying for external (non-MSU Law) scholarships, grants or other aid to offset the cost of your degree? Your award may impact your loan eligibility. Questions? Read the Institutional Awards Policy or email email@example.com.
Students receiving internal or external funding, such as scholarship, should become familiar with the MSU College of Law Institutional Awards Policy as these external and internal awards can and often do reduce loan eligibility. Questions can always be addressed to the Office of Financial Aid at firstname.lastname@example.org or 517-353-2401.
MSU College of Law Admissions Scholarships
Scholarships (external sources)
Council of Graduate Students (COGS)
Applying for external (non-MSU Law) scholarships, grants or other aid to offset the cost of your degree?
Your award may impact your loan eligibility. Questions? Read the Institutional Awards Policy or email email@example.com.