Three University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School students receive scholarships honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Alexander, the first Black woman to earn her degree from the Law School.
The James W. Stoudt Memorial Scholarship is given annually to up to three students attending one of Pennsylvania’s accredited law schools.
Cozen O’Connor renames 1L Diversity and Inclusion Fellowship to honor the legacy of Bernard Lee L’77
Lee was one of the longest-tenured Black attorneys of his generation to ascend to the highest ranks of the Am Law 100.
Early support for the First Generation Professionals Scholarship initiative includes two endowment contributions from Frank Ghali L’00 and Rory Babich L’89.
A look back at the top stories from the Law School this past year.
University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School announces Harold Cramer Memorial Scholarship Program in partnership with Penn National Gaming
The scholarship program will support the Law School’s Post-9/11 GI Bill® Yellow Ribbon Program that provides financial assistance to veterans pursuing a Juris Doctor degree.
“I could and I would”: Dr. Sadie T.M. Alexander Scholarships honor life and legacy of trailblazing civil rights activist
Last semester, Dean Ted Ruger expressed the intention to create these scholarships thanks to the suggestion of Penn’s Black Law Students Association (BLSA).
The Law School and CTIC are pleased to announce the sixth year of the CTIC Interdisciplinary Scholarship Program, a competitive program that awards scholarships to JD students pursuing joint degrees in law and technology.
APALSA members Grace Cho L’22 and Raymond Magsaysay L’22 selected for prestigious Don H. Liu Scholars Program
Each year, the Don H. Liu Scholars Program awards three law students across the country $15,000 each as well as mentorship and assistance with their career development.
The Equal Justice Foundation (EJF) held its annual auction on February 13, 2020, with many exciting, interesting, and unique donations in an auction list that numbered over 200 objects or experiences.
The Law School receives gifts for cross-disciplinary programs, student financial aid, and scholarship.
The program, a first for the Law School, will support six students over six years.