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Go To Law School For FREE!

Posted By Brian Stauber, GAIN Intern, Tuesday, March 1, 2011

If you are in the mindset that now might be the perfect time to go back school, there are many opportunities out there for you! Many law schools offer scholarships and programs to activists dedicated to progressive causes and social justice.

For example, the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law offers the three-year full-tuition Advocate for Justice Scholarship. As long as you are an individual dedicated to making the world a better place, have real world experience, and strong academic success, this is the perfect chance to get your law degree.

But you don't have to take my word for it, here’s what they say about the offer:

"High achievers of all ages with a commitment to social justice: Are you interested in law school but think you can't afford it?

Full tuition law school scholarships are available that make it possible to get a law degree tuition-free, in order to continue your career in the pursuit of social justice.The scholarship is from a public interest-oriented institution, the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law, for applicants with academic ability and a proven commitment to advocating for justice, especially those who are more than a few years out of college with "real world" experience.

The scholarships are funded by students, alumni, faculty members, administrators and friends of the School of Law, in order to attract applicants with a proven track record of commitment to justice, who are committed to using their law degrees as advocates for justice. The goal is to permit students to graduate dramatically less burdened by student loans, freeing them to continue jobs and careers in the fields of public interest, public policy and public service law.”

If this looks like something you are interested in, click here to apply or get more information about the scholarship!

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