New Orleans Law Firm Offering Scholarship for Students Studying Law in Louisiana

LL.M. students enrolling in an ABA-accredited Louisiana law school eligible

The New Orleans-based law firm Harrell & Nowak have announced a new scholarship available for students studying law in Louisiana.

The new scholarship is available for students who have already been accepted or who are already attending an ABA-accredited law school in Louisiana. Those studying for LL.M. degrees at these schools are eligible to apply.

One scholarship valued at 1,500 USD is available.

To apply for the scholarship, applicants must be enrolled in an ABA-accredited law school in Louisiana—on either a full- or part-time basis—in the spring of 2016.

Applicants will need to submit one essay, which can be chosen from three topics.

All documents and proof of enrollment must be submitted no later than December 4, 2015.

The ABA-accredited law schools in Louisiana which offer LL.M. programs include Tulane Law School, Louisiana State University's Hebert Law Center, and Loyola University New Orleans.

For more information or to apply, please see Harrell & Nowak's Best Lawyers of Tomorrow scholarship page.


Image: "Law School" by Tulane Public Relations / Flickr (cropped, rotated)

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