With this merit-based, full-tuition program, eligible honors students can enrich their law school experience. The program is open to all incoming students who show exceptional academic promise and are considered to take admission at the law school.
The New England Law | Boston thrilled to offer Justice Sandra Day O’Connor Honors Program to help law students make their education more affordable.
At New England Law, students will benefit from its academics programs, real-world legal experience, and hands-on learning opportunities. Also, students will receive opportunities to sharpen their skills and prepare themselves for a promising law career.
New England Law founded in 1908 as Portia Law School. It is the nation’s only law school exclusively for women. As a private law school in Boston, it offers full-time and part-time programs and provides real-world skills and experience.
Postgraduate degree program.
Field of Study:
The award will be offered for law study.
The New England Law | Boston law school will provide a full-tuition grant—worth more than $147,000 for three years.
Candidates from the US as well as across the world are accepted.
The eligibility criteria are as follows;
- Have interested in criminal law, immigration, intellectual property (IP), public interest law, and other legal specialties.
- Must an informing freshmen.
- Must be admitted at New England Law | Boston law school for fall 2020.
- Before matriculating at New England Law | Boston, an applicant must have earned a baccalaureate degree from an accredited US institution or an equivalent degree from a foreign institution.
Applying procedure Instructions:
The following application guidance is intended for candidates who wish to apply for the scholarships:
- When students will apply to the law school, they will consider for this merit program. Applicants are required to complete the Complete New England Law | Boston application for admission.
- Applicants are required to submit a Personal Statement, Letter of Recommendation, TOEFL/IELTS (if required), transcript, LSAT scores, work experience, and include an addendum.
- Each applicant must take the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT)before March of the year in which enrollment is sought.
- Applicants must have excellency in English language (writing, speaking, reading)
Scholarship Official Web Links:
Fall 2020: March 15, 2020, for JD First-Year students