UPDATED 12/17/2020: Scholarship letters are going out this week and recipients should receive notification soon.

The School provides scholarships awarded on the basis of need, merit, or both to students who are in good standing. Scholarships are awarded on a year-to-year basis, provided either as a credit against a student’s account or as a direct payment to the student. Unless the donors have specified otherwise, the Scholarship Committee selects scholarship recipients and determines the amount awarded.

The deadline to apply for a scholarship is November 1, 2020. To apply, submit a letter to the School explaining the basis for your request. The letter should include a biographical statement of your past and present situation, your plans for use of your legal training, and the basis of your need for financial assistance.

The letter should be addressed to Dean William C. Koch, Jr., and delivered in person to the administrative offices or emailed to Susan Dulin at susan.dulin@NSL.law.

The scholarship committee will notify students of awards in December.