Diversity Scholarship - Howard University School of Law

Diversity Scholarship - Howard University School of Law

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Washington, DC 20008

Diversity Scholarship

Students who plan to attend Diversity Scholarship - Howard University School of Law can apply for a full scholarship to attend any BARBRI Law Preview session so they can learn from the nation’s leading law school professors and attorney lecturers what to expect and how to succeed in law school.

To be eligible for a Law Preview Diversity Scholarship, applicants must (i) be a member of a racial or ethnic group that has been historically underrepresented in the legal profession, (ii) a member of the LGBTQ community, (iii) a student with a disability, or (iv) a woman. To be eligible, the applicant must also be enrolled to begin law school in the fall.

If you plan to attend Diversity Scholarship - Howard University School of Law and meet the scholarship criteria, complete the online application before the scholarship deadline. A selection panel will evaluate all completed applications, and scholarship recipients will be notified on or about June 15, 2022.

** PLEASE NOTEStudents who enroll in Law Preview on their own to reserve a seat will be refunded in full if they ultimately receive a scholarship.**

Scholarship Award

Scholarship recipients will receive free tuition to any Law Preview 1L Prep Course, including in-person, live stream, and online options. 

Scholarship Sponsor(s)

What Our Students Say...


"Entering law school, I had been out of school for nine years. Law Preview eased me back into the classroom and gave me the tools necessary for success during my first semester of law school. The test-taking skills I learned during Law Preview were critical to me receiving the CALI award in Torts for my section. Thank you, Law Preview staff, for giving me the confidence and tools necessary to succeed during such a stressful time. I am especially thankful as a first-generation law student, woman of color, and mother. [3.99 GPA after the first semester]."
- Anonymous, Howard University School of Law, Class of 2024