LSAT Prep Assistance

LexScholars is designed for prospective law students from underrepresented racial, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds who possess potential for law school success but may be unlikely to gain admission due to unfavorable LSAT scores and undergraduate grades. 

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UTA Scholarships

Wayne Watts Scholarship for Aspiring Lawyers

The Wayne Watts Scholarship for Aspiring Lawyers is made possible by generous contributions from former AT&T General Counsel and prominent UTA alumnus D. Wayne Watts. This scholarship is designed to provide a full tuition scholarship to students in their final year at UTA who are looking to attend law school and become practicing attorneys. Students who will have only one semester remaining before receiving their undergraduate degree will have the scholarship applied to their final semester only. Students must be able to demonstrate satisfactory academic performance in order to apply for this scholarship. A minimum of 3.0 GPA and a practice LSAT score is required to apply for this opportunity. For questions about how to get a practice LSAT score, contact the Pre-Law Center at (817) 272-5376. In 2018, $50,000 in scholarship funds were awarded to students from seniors to sophomores.

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LSAT Prep Course Scholarship

Each year through the generous donations of AT&T, the UTA Pre-Law Center is able to provide LSAT prep assistance to students. Scholarship applications will go live and in the summer. Recipients will be chosen twice a year (September for the November exam and March for the June exam). In years where an LSAT prep scholarship is not offered, the Pre-Law Center will offer subsidized LSAT assistance on campus through deeply discounted LSAT prep courses, proctored by official LSAT instructors. These classes are offered twice a year. Click here for more information on LSAT courses offered through UTA.

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Law School Scholarships

Congressional Black Caucus Foundation

Each year, CBCF awards more than 200 scholarships to students across the United States who demonstrate leadership ability through exemplary community service and academic talent and need-based scholarships to students to reward their persistence in pursuing a quality education.

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Dallas Hispanic Law Foundation Scholarship

The Dallas Hispanic Law Foundation awards scholarships and bar study grants to Hispanic law students. First year law students who have applied to start law school in 2019, students who will be in their second year in 2019, and third year law students who will graduate in 2019 or later are all eligible to apply. Applications must be submitted by March 8, 2019, and decisions will be announced by April 30, 2019.

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Lloyd M. Johnson Jr. Scholarship Program

Provides scholarship support for newly entering first-year law students pursuing a Juris Doctor (non-LLM) degree. The Scholarship Program will provide scholarships at $10,000 per year for up to three years.

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Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF)

Supports law students who seek to further MALDEF’s mission of advancing the civil rights of the Latino community in the United States through the legal profession. In recent years, MALDEF has annually awarded 5–10 law school scholarships of $5,000 each to deserving law students from throughout the nation.

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NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.

Has provided over $19 million in financial support to undergraduates and law students, making it possible for hundreds of highly qualified students to attend the nation’s most competitive colleges, universities, and law schools.

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SEO Law Fellowship Program

The SEO Law Fellowship Program offers scholarships, academic preparation, career development training and internship opportunities to talented, underrepresented incoming law students.

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The Sidney B. Williams, Jr. Scholarships

The goal of these scholarships is to increase the number of underrepresented minority groups serving as intellectual property law practitioners in law firms and the intellectual property law departments in corporations.

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The Snell & Wilmer Fellowship for Advancement and Resources (FAR)

Annually, Snell & Wilmer will name up to two FAR Fellows to receive an LSAT preparation course of the Fellow’s choosing, a stipend equal to the most current cost to both sit for the LSAT and register for the Credential Assembly Service, a 1L law school prep course, money for books for all three years of law school, a technology stipend (if needed), and mentorship from an assigned Snell & Wilmer attorney over the course of the fellowship.

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Zelle Diversity In Law Scholarship

Created for law students who either (1) are a member of a diverse group (broadly defined to include race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender identity, physical disability or economic/educational disadvantage) that is historically underrepresented in the private practice of law; or (2) demonstrate a long-standing commitment to diversity that will be furthered by award of the scholarship.

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