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William S. Kroger

Applicants must meet the following criteria:
Recipient is a U.S. citizen or otherwise authorized to work in the United States
Recipient is accepted, and will be attending their first year school in the fall of 2015
Academic achievement as reflected by an undergraduate cumulative minimum 3.0 GPA
Amount: $1,000
Applicants must submit the following by July 1st
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      Wolverine Bar Foundation Scholarship

      Award: at least $500
      Eligibility: Minority law students;
      Michigan residents;
      At least in 2nd year of law school;
      Financial need, merit & an interview
      Deadline: April of each year
      Contact: – (313) 962-0250

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      Wood County Bar Association Memorial Fund

      Award: $250
      Eligibility: Connection to 1 of the following counties in West Virginia: Wood, Jackson, Ritchie, Wirt, or Pleasants. Residents of Washington County, Ohio are also eligible;
      Academic record & financial need;
      Deadline: April of each year
      Contact: – (304) 428-GIFT

          Zelle Hofmann Diversity Scholarship

          Award: $30,000 to be applied towards the selected recipient’s law school tuition, fees, and text books, with one half of the scholarship paid for the student’s second year of law school and one half of the scholarship paid for the student’s third year of law school subject to the following: To receive the second installment of the scholarship, the recipient must maintain at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA (or its equivalent) through the student’s second year of law school.

          Eligibility: (1) are a member of a population or group whose background and perspectives are historically underrepresented in the private practice of law; or (2) demonstrate a long-standing commitment to diversity that will be furthered by award of the scholarship.

          Deadline: April 1


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            Zeta Phi Beta Sorority

            Award: Up to $2,500
            Eligibility: Female; given for up to one year of full time study
            Deadline: February 1

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              NDLS Offers Online Certificate in Patent Prosecution


              The Certificate in Patent Prosecution is a 12-credit curriculum that prepares students to help inventors get patents. Certificate students learn the basics of patent law and the important skills that a patent agent will need to have: how to write a patent application, how to negotiate with the U.S. Patent Office on behalf of an inventor, how to determine whether an invention is patentable, and the ethical obligations of a patent agent.

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