Much is at stake when an applicant declines to attend law school. They represent one less person who might have brought transformational change to their communities. This is why everyone loses when financial constraints prevent a promising student from enrolling in law school.
LMU Law is pleased to provide both need-based and merit-based scholarships. Substantial scholarships are reserved for students with superior academic backgrounds, outstanding leadership qualities, a track record of community service and other qualities deemed worth of recognition. These financial awards recognize each recipient’s potential for success in our program and will be credited towards their tuition.
We are committed to eliminating financial barriers that stand in the way of students with the potential to benefit from a legal education. Students offered admission should have the opportunity to attend and remain at LMU Law without regard to personal financial circumstances. To this end, we are strongly committed to ensuring equality of opportunity to admitted students lacking sufficient financial resources.