Lewis & Clark Law School

Lewis & Clark Law School

10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd.

Portland, OR 97219

Law Preview Course Scholarship

Students who plan to attend Lewis & Clark Law School can apply for a full scholarship to attend BARBRI Law Preview 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 Course Scholarship, the applicant must be enrolled to begin law school in the fall.

If you plan to attend Lewis & Clark Law School 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 30, 2024.

** 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 Law Preview course

Scholarship Sponsor(s)

What Our Students Say...

"I had been out of school for 4 years when I decided to go to law school, and I was at 5 years out when school actually started. Aside from the LSAT I had not really studied or used my brain in an academic setting since undergrad. At first, I was skeptical when I received info in the mail form Law Preview, after all, I was an excellent student so how much help could I really need. The more I thought about it, however, the more I realized that I could use a refresher. As it turned out, Law Preview was the best thing I could have done to prepare for law school. I was a biology major in undergrad, and law school is a whole other world. Maybe there are some undergrad majors that can make the switch to the thought/writing/study style and requirements easily, but I doubt it. There are some books out there that attempt to give you an overview of what to expect, but I can attest that they do not do the job that Law Preview does. I KNOW that I had an advantage over my peers, and it was money well spent."
- John S., Lewis & Clark Law School