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St. Mary’s School of Law scholarships




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The St. Mary’s University School of Law will present as many as five, full-tuition Presidential Scholarships each year to service-oriented law students, starting as early as fall 2014.

The Presidential Scholarship is open to any law school applicant of outstanding academic achievement, commitment to the service to others, and potential for a life of community leadership.

The scholarship will cover 100 percent of the tuition and fees required to complete the Juris Doctor degree at St. Mary’s University, as well as a $5,000 annual stipend. Recipients will be expected to be active in the law school community while a student and to complete all three years of legal study at St. Mary’s.

The scholarship may be held by a law student planning to enter public service or the private sector, if the student demonstrates a commitment to community leadership and service to others. Recipients must maintain a cumulative letter grade of a B or higher.

For more information, contact William Wilson, Ph.D., at 210-436-3524 or wwilson@stmarytx.edu.
 

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