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Offered by Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area
Are you a law student interested in conducting community service or public interest work for the Asian Pacific American (APA) Community? Further, are you committed to or interested in working in the San Francisco Bay Area? If so, you may be eligible for some of the many AABA Law Foundation Scholarships! There are a variety of scholarships available, offering between $5,000 and $10,000 to winning applicants. The scholarships are offered by the Asian American Bar Association (AABA) of the Greater Bay Area, “the voice of the San Francisco Bay Area’s Asian Pacific American (APA) legal community since 1976.” To find out more about each scholarship’s specific requirements, we recommend checking out their individual profiles on the AABA website.
If you do fit the criteria for any of the scholarships, we encourage you to apply!
The AABA Scholarships are open to all current law students. However, preference may be shown to those with an interest in conducting community service or public interest work for the Asian Pacific American (APA) community or other underrepresented communities. While each individual scholarship has unique eligibility requirements, below are just some of the general eligibility requirements for the AABA scholarships.
To apply for these scholarships, students must submit an online application in addition to the below application materials. Some of the individual AABA scholarships may require additional application materials.
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