How do law schools determine scholarship offers?

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olikatz

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How do law schools determine scholarship offers?

Postby olikatz » Fri Jun 17, 2016 2:59 am

I just wanted to know, specifically for T3 law schools, how these schools award scholarships based on merit? I understand GPA and LSAT are the deciding factors but most law school websites don't show a chart with GPAs and LSAT scores that would guarantee such scholarships. Does anyone know of a resource with this kind of info on it or how this would work?

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Re: How do law schools determine scholarship offers?

Postby mornincounselor » Fri Jun 17, 2016 3:07 am

mylsn.info
lawschoolnumbers.com

Each school has something like this but they have much better information, because they know the amount they offered to each student who (a) came to their school, (b) turned down their offer in favor of another school, and they know many of the other offers those in both group a and b had.

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Re: How do law schools determine scholarship offers?

Postby lymenheimer » Fri Jun 17, 2016 7:10 am

If by "T3" you mean "YHS", they dont award merit aid...



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