University of Pennsylvania Law School

University of Pennsylvania Law School

3501 Sansom Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Diversity Scholarship

Students who plan to attend University of Pennsylvania Law School 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) differently-abled students or (iii) a woman. To be eligible, the applicant must also be enrolled to begin law school in the fall.

If you plan to attend University of Pennsylvania 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 15, 2020.

** 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.**

Application Deadline

The scholarship deadline has passed on May 15, 2020. Check back in January 2021 to apply for the summer of 2021.

Scholarship Award

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

Scholarship Sponsor(s)

What Our Students Say...


"My school does not rank students, so I don't know my percentile. But I am very pleased with my grades--almost all As. I know that Law Preview was particularly helpful in getting me into the right mindset from the very beginning. I already had a framework for each course, and it made it easier for me to see the big picture from day 1. This is where I feel I excelled past my classmates--my ability to understand the material thematically. I did not spend my first weeks struggling over minute, unnecessary details, or teaching myself the components of a brief, as others did."
- Anonymous, University of Pennsylvania Law School

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