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$1,000 Cappex 2015/2016 College Scholarship: $1,000
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Ambassador of the Year Award Varies
This award recognizes dedicated service to the Admission Office and to the school by individuals who have conducted tours for applicants, assisted at open houses, and served as advisors to ...
Arba N. Waterman Scholarship Award $500
In honor of Judge Waterman of the Illinois Appellate Court and the second dean of the school, who held that office from 1905 to 1909, a scholarship award of $500 is presented to the member of
Dale Wesley Phillips Scholarship Varies
This award was established by Dale Wesley Phillips, a 1985 J.D. graduate, to show his appreciation to the law school and to honor Paul Faherty, former director of the graduate tax program. It
Dean’s Award (LexisNexis) Varies
LEXIS Law Publishing will award a complete set of the 55-volume ’Illinois Compiled Statutes Annotated’ to the graduating senior who makes the most progress from the end of the first ...
Donald W. Banner Scholarship in Intellectual Property Law Tuition
This scholarship was established to honor Don Banner for his significant contributions to the field of intellectual property law throughout his legal career, and to acknowledge his personal ...
Edward T. Lee Scholarship Award $500
In honor of the third dean of the school, who guided John Marshall’s course from 1909 until his death in 1943, a scholarship award of $500 is presented to the member of the graduating class ...
Elmer C. Kissane Public Service Award Varies
This award was established by the family, friends, and colleagues of Elmer Charles Kissane (J.D. ’45). Mr. Kissane devoted 43 years of his professional career to public service in the Cook ...
John Marshall Law School Scholarships, Grants and Need-Based Varies
Scholarships are available from John Marshall Law School as well as from outside sources. Contact the Financial Aid Office for listings and applications.
John N. Jewett Scholarship Award $500
In honor of the first dean of the school, who occupied that post from 1899 to 1904, a scholarship award of $500 is presented to the member of the graduating class who received the highest ...
LexisNexis Prize Varies
The book ’Effective Legal Negotiation and Settlement’ is presented to the graduating student who attained the highest rank during his or her senior year.
ScholarshipPoints $10,000 Scholarship $10,000
Sponsored: will give away up to $100,000 in scholarships this year.
Lucy Sprague Public Service Scholarship $25000
This scholarship was established to honor the memory of Lucy Sprague, John Marshall 1995–96, and the things she cared deeply about. It is made possible by a grant from Lucy’s mother and ...
Nathan Burkan Memorial Copyright Competition Awards $500-$3000
The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers offers a first-place award of $500 and a second-place award of $200 each year in a contest for the best paper submitted by a John ...
Order of John Marshall Scholarship Varies
During the school year 1927–1928, an honorary society was established that is open to all students displaying high scholarship. Members are elected in the senior year and must rank in the ...