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Minority Scholarship Program in Law


Scholarship Value: $15,000
Awards Available: 1

First-year law students are encouraged to apply to Fredrikson & Byron's $15,000 Minority Scholarship program before the deadline of March 31, 2015. The scholarship is awarded based on law school performance, professional references, work and other activities, writing samples and personal interviews.

The scholarship program is part of Fredrikson's commitment to the promotion of diversity among incoming law professionals. The purpose of the program is to promote the legal training of minority law school students and to encourage them to join and excel in the private practice of law within larger corporate law firms in the Upper Midwest. The program was established jointly by the Fredrikson & Byron Foundation and Fredrikson & Byron in 1990.


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