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Scholarship Program 2019-11-15T11:53:59-08:00

The Beverly Hills Bar Foundation Scholarship Program

Since 1970, the Beverly Hills Bar Foundation awards scholarships to academically qualified, economically disadvantaged law students who demonstrate an ongoing commitment to public service and are attending the top-ranked, ABA-accredited UCLA School of Law, USC Gould School of Law, Loyola Law School, Pepperdine University School of Law & Southwestern Law School.

Scholarship awards are presented to law students at the Annual Supreme Court and Scholarship Luncheon, which since 1954 has honored the Chief Justice and Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of California. Past scholarship recipients have distinguished themselves as prominent lawyers, judges, legislators, and community leaders.

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Since 1970, over a $975,000 of scholarship funds have been awarded to academically qualified but economically disadvantaged law students that demonstrate an ongoing commitment to public service

2019 Scholarship Winners

2018 Scholarship Winners

2017 Scholarship Winners

MAKES A DIFFERENCE IN SOMEONE’S LIFE

     $50 – Helps provide free legal guidance to 2 clients at the monthly Roxbury Park Legal Clinic
     $100– Helps provide 3 hours of Modest Means Legal Assistance to moderate income families in LA
     $250 – Helps fund 6 months for an intern working on the Rule of Law Writing Competition
     $500 – Helps divert 3 high school students from the criminal justice system through Teen Court
     $1,000 – Helps Law Students who demonstrate a commitment to legal public service

DONATE NOW!

Photos of the 65th Annual Supreme Court and Scholarship Luncheon

MAKES A DIFFERENCE IN SOMEONE’S LIFE

     $50 – Helps provide free legal guidance to 2 clients at the monthly Roxbury Park Legal Clinic
     $100– Helps provide 3 hours of Modest Means Legal Assistance to moderate income families in LA
     $250 – Helps fund 6 months for an intern working on the Rule of Law Writing Competition
     $500 – Helps divert 3 high school students from the criminal justice system through Teen Court
     $1,000 – Helps Law Students who demonstrate a commitment to legal public service

DONATE NOW!