ABA Legal Opportunity Scholarship Fund:

ABA Law Student Division: Writing & Essay Contests and Other Competitions:

American Intellectual Property Law Education Foundation: Sidney B. Williams Scholarship:

Arent Fox Diversity Scholarship Program:

Baker Donelson Diversity Scholarships:

Banner & Witcoff, Ltd -- Donald W. Banner Diversity Scholarship (Intellectual Property [IP]):

Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. Diversity Scholarship for law students

Constangy, Brooks & Smith Diversity Scholars Award:

Davis Wright Tremaine LLP 1L Diversity Scholarship Program: tp://

Defense Research Institute (DRI) Law Student Diversity Scholarship:

Donald W. Banner Diversity Scholarship for Law Students (IP):

Finnegan Henderson Diversity Scholarship:

The Fish & Richardson 1L Diversity Fellowship Program:

Foley & Lardner Diversity Fellowship Program:!/student/1418/2

Fredrikson & Byron Foundation Minority Scholarship Program:

The Gates Millennium Scholars:

George A. Strait Minority Scholarship Endowment:

Goodwin Diversity Fellowships:

International Franchise Association Educational Foundation, Franchise Law Diversity Scholarship Award:

Latham Diversity Scholars Program:

Louis A. Martinet Scholarship: No website, Contact: 504/581-2233, Wilkerson, Tate and Williams, 1515 Poydras Street, suite 2222, New Orleans, Louisiana 70112

Lloyd M. Johnson, Jr. Scholarship Program:

Marathon Petroleum Scholarship:

McAndrews Diversity in Patent Law Fellowship:

McDermott Minority Scholarship: No website, Contact - 312.372.2000

Milbank Diversity Scholarships:

Minority Corporate Counsel Association:

Morrison & Foerster’s 1L Diversity Fellowship Program:

The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. Scholarships:

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP):

NCAA Women's and Ethnic Minority Enhancement Postgraduate Program Award:

Nuclear Age Peace Foundation - Lena Chang Internship Awards:

Paul D. White Scholarship Program:

Perkins Coie Student Fellowship:

The Point Scholarship Program:

Richard D. Hailey AAJ Law Student Scholarships:

Sidney B. Williams, Jr. Intellectual Property Law School Scholarship:

Washington Metropolitan Area Corporate Counsel Association (WMACCA) Corporate Scholars Program:

Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles:

African American

National Association of Black Women Attorneys: 724 Ninth Street, NW, Suite 206, Washington, DC 20001 (202) 637-3570

Association of Black Women Attorneys:  

National Black Law Students Association:

Thurgood Marshall College Fund:

United Negro College Fund:

African-American Law Student Fellowship:

Congressional Black Caucus: (nine month research program designated to prepare minority graduate and professional students for senior level careers in the legislative arena)

Delta Sigma Theta, Inc.: 1707 New Hampshire Avenue NWWashington, DC 20009

American Indian

All Indian Pueblo Council Higher Education Scholarship: P.O. Box 3256, Albuquerque, NM 87190 (505) 884-3820

American Indian College Fund:

American Indian Graduate Center:

American Indian Scholarships:

Association on American Indian Affairs, Inc.:

California Indian Law Association:

Cheyanne-Arapaho Tribal Scholarship: Teresa Doresett / Wanda Miller, P.O. Box 38, Concho, Ok 73022(405) 262-0345; (800) 247-4612

Hopi Tribal Priority Scholarship:

Howard Rock Scholarship:  1577 C Street, Suite 304, Anchorage, AK 99501

Lawrence Matson Memorial Endowment Fund Scholarships:

Native American Education Grant:

Navajo Nation Graduate Trust Fund and Fellowship:

North Dakota Indian Scholarship:  State Capitol, 10th Floor 600 East Boulevard Avenue, Bismarck, ND 58505

Office of Indian Education:

Seneca Nation of Indians Scholarship:  P.O. Box 231, Salamanca, NY 14779(716) 945-1790

Sequoyah Fellowship Program (AAIA):

Special Scholarship Program in Law for American Indians:

Truman D. Picard Scholarship:  Intertribal Timber Council, 4370 N.E. Halsey Street, Portland, OR 97213

United South & Eastern Tribes Scholarship: 711 Stewarts Ferry Pike Suite 100, Nashville, TN 37214

Asian American

APAHC Scholarships:

The National Asian Pacific American Bar Association:  Presidential Anheuser-Busch Scholarships:

Filipino-American Lawyers of San Diego:
(for third-year law students to ease the cost of the California State Bar Exam)

Japanese American Law Student Scholarships

Japanese American Bar Scholarship

Japanese American Citizens League: Thomas T. Hayashi Memorial Scholarships:; Sho Sato Memorial Scholarship:

Korean-American Law Student Scholarships

Korean-American Scholarship Foundation:

Hispanic / Latin

Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute:

Dominican Bar Association Scholarship:  P.O. Box 1535, New York, NY 10013

Dominican Women's Caucus

Hispanic College Fund:

Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA) Legal Education Fund:

Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF):  55 Second Street, Suite 1500, San Francisco, CA 94105, 877.473.4636; 415-445-9930,

La Unidad Latina Foundation scholarships

Latino Lawyers Association Law School Scholarship Fund:  c/o Maribel Medina, 333 South Hope Street, 38th Fl., Los Angeles, CA 90017

LULAC National Scholarship Fund

Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF)

Mexican American Women's National Association (MANA)

National Hispanic Scholarship Fund: Selection Committee, 1400 Grant Avenue, Room 203-A, Novato, CA 94945415.892.9971

Patton Boggs LLP, National Council of La Raza Law Student Scholarship

The Puerto Rican Bar Association Scholarship Fund:

LGBT Law Student Scholarships

The Point Foundation (TPF):  P.O. Box 565, Genoa, NV 89411

An Uncommon Legacy Foundation, Inc.:  Scholarship Committee, 150 West 26th Street, Suite 503, New York, NY 10001(212) 366-6507

Apartment List Scholarships


The Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS):;

Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute:,

INROADS: (recruits outstanding students of color with 3.0 or better grade point averages for internship opportunities)

The Juvenile Law Center

Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund:  Bristol-Myers Squibb PRLDEF Corporate Legal Fellowship:

The Supreme Court Fellows Program:

Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles has a public interest grant program. 
Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m., Monday, March 17, 2014.

The White House Internship Program:

Earl Warren Legal Training Program, Inc. - Public Interest Law Scholarships: (available to African American law students who are U.S. citizens and who pledge to work one year in the field of public interest law for every year of financial backing provided)

Just the Beginning Foundation: (works with partner law firms, corporations, grant-making foundations and individuals to provide Summer Legal Institutes at no cost)


Financial Aid




Law School

Jurist: (includes information about law schools, admissions, Judicial Clerkships, and employment as well as more general legal research)


The Princeton Review:

U.S. News and World Report's Diversity Index for Law Schools:
(search based on minority enrollment)


The Black Collegian:

PROJECT-BASED GRANTS, Student Activist Network:   (supports civil rights issues, particularly affirmative action)


The Council on Legal Education Opportunity (CLEO) was founded In 1968, as a non-profit project of the ABA Fund for Justice and Education to expand opportunities for minority and low-income students to attend law school. 

In Legal Color, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to increase law school diversity by providing inspiration, information, and support to prospective law students of color.

For People of Color, Inc. is a nonprofit that provides free, high-quality law school admissions consulting services to prospective law school applicants in California. 

Practicing attorneys for Law Students Program, Inc. (PALS) matches minority law students with volunteer lawyers who serve as mentors to provide career guidance for minorities in the legal profession.

“Sí, Se Puede” is a phrase born of farmworkers, who, under the leadership of the UFW, César Chávez, and Dolores Huerta, fought valiantly for equal protection under the law.  As a result of the efforts of the UFW, “Sí, Se Puede” has become well known as a call that engenders hope and inspiration in those who face similar battles. We thank the UFW, whom we acknowledge to be the sole and exclusive owner of the Trademark SI SE PUEDE, for granting us a limited license to use“Sí, Se Puede” in connection with our efforts to recruit, in Colorado, students of Hispanic or Latino descent for our law school pipeline program. For more information about the programs offered by the UFW, please see UFW’s webpage (; UFW Foundation’s webpage (; and UFWF’s immigration services webpage (