The Justice & Diversity Center: Bay Area Minority Law Student Scholarship Program
Bay Area Minority Law Student Scholarship Program
The deadline to submit the Bay Area Minority Law Student Scholarship was June 7. Recipients will be announced in July.
If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact Nicole Britton-Snyder at email@example.com.
Thank you for your interest and we hope you will get involved with our other diversity pipeline programs and events.
Our scholarship program was established in 1998 to reaffirm a commitment to diversity in legal education and the legal profession.
Most scholarships involve a substantial three-year commitment to worthy qualified students. The vast majority of scholarships awarded are $10,000 yearly.
This program was created in response to the passage of SP-1, the University of California Regent's resolution to end affirmative action and race-based admissions at UC Schools.
Eighty scholarships and 1.5 million dollars have been awarded to date!
How Can I Help?
BASF seeks the assistance of law firms, corporations, and individuals who are willing to help sponsor a scholarship.
You can also mentor a law student scholarship recipient by assisting them with writing, editing and research skills.
To become a mentor or for more information on sponsoring a scholarship, email Nicole Britton-Snyder at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How Does It Work?
There are two ways you can get involved:
Your firm then earmarks its law school scholarship contribution for students attending one of the designated Northern California law schools.
Who qualifies for a scholarship?
The Bay Area Minority Law Student Scholarship provides financial assistance to qualified students from minority groups underrepresented in our law schools.
What schools are participating in the scholarship program?
University of California – Berkeley School of Law
University of California – Hastings College of the Law
University of California – Davis School of Law
Golden Gate University School of Law
University of the Pacific – McGeorge School of Law
Santa Clara University School of Law
Stanford Law School
How do I apply for a scholarship?
The application process is now closed.
Please contact Nicole Britton-Snyder at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Watch the video featuring 2003 Scholarship Recipient Amarra Lee