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  • August 8
    Dean’s Scholarships are awarded to new students at the time an offer of admission is made. The awards are based primarily on exceptional academic achievement and professional promise. The scholarship committee also takes need into consideration for those who qualify on merit.
  • February 3

    The Discovery Grant was established to enable law students to explore options for law studies and legal practice by providing ongoing tuition relief during law school.

  • November 5

    L&C Law School grants are based on financial need, a desire to work in the public interest field, and the ability to add to the diversity of the student body at Lewis & Clark Law School. Qualification for awards is determined from information on the law school application and student FAFSA data. Recipients are notified at the time of admission. Students can receive either a Dean’s Scholarship or an L&C Grant, but not both.

  • September 5

    The Kay Kitagawa and Andy Johnson-Laird Intellectual Property Scholarship was established in 2007 by Lewis & Clark Law School friends, Kay Kitagawa and Andy Johnson-Laird.  

    This $10,000 scholarship recognizes one Lewis & Clark Law School student annually who is in their first year of law school and studying intellectual property law.  In addition, the recipient will demonstrate academic prowess and a superior knowledge of computers and the internet. The recipient also must plan to practice in the area of intellectual property law with specific application to computers and the internet.  

  • January 20

    The Paul H. Casey Scholarships were established by Paul Casey in honor of his late father, Henry Casey. The scholarships are granted to 1L students who have a demonstrated interest in business law or public interest law and who reflect Henry Casey’s values and follow his tradition of integrity and citizenship.

  • January 20

    John E. Bates, former chair of the Lewis & Clark College Board of Trustees, and his wife, Susan, established this scholarship to encourage and support 1L law students who are planning to pursue a career in business law.

  • January 20

    This scholarship is awarded annually and is funded by the Quinault Indian Allottees Association. The scholarship is available to all incoming students, however, preference is given first to  Quinault Allottees, then to Native American regional and national applicants with a connection to their culture and heritage. 

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