Additional resources for financing law school
Understanding financial aid — scholarships, loans, and repayment options — is critical for every aspiring law student. Learn as much as you can before you make the final decision to attend law school. The following resources can help.
Federal government website providing a wide range of tools and resources for understanding your options for financing your legal education, and for applying for federal aid. The FAFSA can be found here.
A wide range of resources and tools to help you understand your options for financing your legal education and repaying your debt.
A carefully vetted and maintained database of scholarships for law students, both first year and returning.
Comprehensive set of resources about law school with special emphasis on financing your legal education financing. Includes online workshops, webinars, and coaching, all free of charge.
Equal Justice Works provides an excellent and comprehensive guide to managing law school debt on a public interest salary. Updated annually.
Excellent, comprehensive source of information on all types of higher education aid, including scholarships and loans.
Information and resources from the National Consumer Law Center on all your debt repayment options.
Hundreds of scholarships available to students in or from Western Mass, for both undergrad and law/grad school.
A complete list of all community foundations in Massachusetts. Some, but not all, of these offer scholarships for higher education.
The American Bar Association offers 20 3-year $15,000 scholarships to support racial and ethnic diversity in the legal profession.
A free online database of scholarships.