Scholarships, Grants and Stipends
Your hard work in the classroom pays off at Barry Law. We award financial assistance to all entering students as well as to students who achieve competitive grades in law school. In addition, law students who achieve competitive grades after the first and second years of study may be eligible for post-enrollment scholarships. When you apply, there is no separate application for these awards. A scholarship and/or grant offer will be included with your acceptance letter if you are eligible.
Here's a look at the financial assistance we offer:
Barry Law offers a wide range of scholarships up to full tuition. Scholarships are renewable if certain academic criteria are met. With 2.6 – 3.3 as the LGPA renewal requirement, Barry Law scholarships offer generous and reasonable renewal provisions. The scholarship renewal process, for those who begin in the fall, automatically occurs after the spring term grades are posted. Renewal is based on the student maintaining the minimum cumulative law grade point average as noted in the initial award letter. If the law cumulative GPA is below the specified requirement of 2.6 – 3.3, the scholarship will be removed.
After your first year at Barry Law, you are eligible for scholarships based on academic performance in law school:
- Top 10 Percent: Students in the top 10 percent of their class will receive a 75 percent scholarship - also known as the Top 10 Percent Bonus Program.
- Not in the top 10 percent? You still have options. Students who achieve competitive grades after the first and second years at Barry Law are also eligible for scholarship awards. These awards are based on the law GPA. Students who achieve at least a 2.5 or higher are considered for merit-based awards based on available funds.
- One-time awards based on merit and/or financial need.
Barry Law offers stipends in four areas. These awards are by application only and are awarded to first year students who wish to practice in these specific areas of law.
- Trial Team Stipend: Students who competed as advocates on their undergraduate schools' Trial Teams are eligible to apply for this stipend of up to $5,000 per year. This award is renewable for up to $15,000 total if certain requirements are met.
- Children and Family Law Stipend: Students who are interested in practicing family law may apply for this stipend of up to $3,000 per year. This award is renewable if certain requirements are met.
- Environmental and Earth Law Stipend: Students who are interested in practicing law in the environmental field may apply for this stipend of up to $3,000 per year. This award is renewable if certain requirements are met.
- Immigration Stipend*: Students who are interested in practicing law in the immigration field may apply for this stipend of up to $3,000 per year. This award is renewable if certain requirements are met.
Scholarship Retention Data Worksheet
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