Private Scholarship Information

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More information about some or all of these scholarships is available in the Scholarship Book on Reserve at the Law Library Circulation Desk; note the Scholarship # below each entry.

PLEASE NOTE: The scholarship opportunities on this page are not administered by Washburn University or its School of Law. The organizations offering these scholarships are outside entities that privately support the scholarships with their own funding. Applicants for these scholarships apply directly to the sponsoring organization, not Washburn University or its School of Law.


Donald O'Brien Scholarship Award
Deadline: Monday, 4/20/2015
Award: $1,000
More scholarship information and/or application form is available on Reserve at the Law Library Circulation Desk.
This scholarship is in honor of Judge Donald O'Brien, Senior Judge, United States District Court for the Northern District of Iowa. The scholarship was set up by the Judge's law clerks in 1993 to honor his commitment to public service. The scholarship is open to any first- or second-year law student with ties to the State of Iowa who expresses an interest and intent to practice law in the area of civil rights, civil liberties, public interest, or other areas benefiting society's less fortunate.
Eligibility: The scholarship is open to any first- or second-year law student with ties to the State of Iowa who expresses an interest and intent to practice law in the area of civil rights, civil liberties, public interest, or other areas benefiting society's less fortunate.
Scholarship #69 (Added/Updated: Wednesday, 1/21/2015)


Kansas Prosecutor Foundation Scholarship
Deadline: Tuesday, 3/31/2015
Award: $1,000
More scholarship information and/or application form is available on Reserve at the Law Library Circulation Desk.
The Kansas Prosecutor Foundation is offering a $1,000 scholarship.
Eligibility: Applicants must be (1) a Kansas resident; (2) a 2L or 3L enrolled in a law school in Kansas; (3) demonstrate a desire to become a prosecutor; (4) exhibit previous or ongoing activities of public service; (5) either be pursuing a career in prosecution or the administration of justice; and (6) may not be a member within the first degree of relationship to either a member of the scholarship committee or the KPF Board.
Scholarship #87 (Added/Updated: Wednesday, 1/21/2015)


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