Scholarship Opportunities for Law Students
Law students are, more often than not, burdened by significant student loans upon graduation, or struggle to cover their tuition after using up all of their federal student loan funding. We, like you, have dealt with figuring out how to repay or obtain loans, which is how Top 14: Student Law Review came to be.
Our team of former law students provide scholarship opportunities to law students at the Top 14 law schools across the United States. Chosen scholarship recipients have the opportunity to be featured as guest bloggers here at T14. By publishing current and former law student blog posts, we hope that you’ll continue to be inspired by various law topics and find your place within the legal field.
With this in mind, guest blog posts by students attending the Top 14 law schools for 2020 are as follows, beginning with the highest ranking law school:
- Yale University
- Stanford University
- Harvard University
- University of Chicago
- Columbia University
- New York University
- University of Pennsylvania
- University of Virginia
- University of Michigan- Ann Arbor
- Duke University
- Northwestern University (Pritzker)
- University of California- Berkeley
- Cornell University
- Georgetown University
The list of the U.S. Top 14 law schools is published by U.S. News each year. As such, the list changes each year. For this reason, our scholarship recipients have attended law schools that have previously made the Top 14 list as well, so as to include as many perspectives and as much information as possible.
What Areas of Law Your Blog Should Cover
On T14’s Student Law Review, we publish law student blog posts that focus on all areas of law. Here are a few practice areas our law student bloggers have focused their topics on:
- Car accidents
- Tax law
- Personal injuries
- Medical malpractice
- Child support/custody
- Criminal defense
- Securities violations
- Work injuries and workers comp
- Employment law
We are able to feature several scholarship recipient blog posts each month, and will continue to post our favorite submissions on a weekly basis so our readers are kept up-to-date with current legal topics and issues. With so many different ways people can struggle with the law, there is sure to be further information about your practice area of interest on this site.