The Volokh Conspiracy
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We at UCLA School of Law have two new full scholarship programs, and I thought some of our readers might want to know about them:
UCLA School of Law has announced the creation of two new scholarship programs, both of which will provide full tuition to recipients for the duration of their legal education.
Both programs are available for students applying now for the fall semester of 2017. The UCLA Law Distinguished Scholarships will be awarded to students with exceptional academic records who make a binding commitment to UCLA Law through an early-decision application process, with a January 1 application deadline. The UCLA Achievement Fellowships, which do not require an advance binding commitment, are open to talented, high-achieving students who have overcome significant hurdles such as disabilities, socio-economic hardship or educational disadvantages, or those who are the first in their families to pursue a graduate or professional degree. The application deadline for this program is February 1.
Go here for more information. I went to UCLA as a law student myself, and I thought I got a first-rate education (and had a lot of fun doing it).