The Justice Center administers a variety of tuition scholarships to support students who pursue access to justice. These scholarships attract the best and brightest to Texas Law, and engage students in promoting public service and pro bono at the law school.
A full tuition scholarship awarded to an entering student who commits to work for at least three years providing direct legal services to low-income individuals or groups. The scholarship includes a summer stipend for public interest legal work.
A full tuition scholarship to be awarded in spring 2020 to an entering student who plans to pursue a legal career helping the under-served. The scholarship includes a summer stipend for public interest legal work.
A full tuition scholarship awarded to an entering student who plans a career providing legal assistance to under-served individuals or groups following graduation. The scholarship includes a $6,000 summer stipend for public interest legal work.
A partial tuition scholarship awarded to 3Ls of outstanding academic excellence who plan to remain in Texas after graduation to practice public service law in nonprofit, government or legislative positions.
A partial tuition scholarship awarded to 2Ls and 3Ls who work during the academic year with the Richard and Ginni Mithoff Pro Bono Program.
A partial tuition scholarship awarded to 2Ls and 3Ls to serve on the Justice Center's student advisory board and work to promote public service at the Law School.
The Scott Ozmun Fellowship provides financial support to a second or third year student who works with local lawyers on pro bono cases through Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas (VLS) during the academic year.
A scholarship awarded to a current student by the National Association of Women Judges each spring.