New York Law School offers a variety of merit scholarships to incoming
students. Scholarships are based on prior academic record, entering
credentials, experiences, and personal attributes. All applicants to New
York Law School are considered for a merit-based scholarship at the time
an application is reviewed. No supplemental application is required.
New York Law School offers more than one dozen merit-based scholarships in amounts ranging from $5,000 per year to full tuition. Retention requirements differ based upon the particular scholarship offered. Recipients are notified of the retention policy upon awarding of the scholarship.
|Entering Class Year||Number Entering with a Conditional Scholarship||Number Whose Conditional Scholarship Was Reduced||Number Whose Conditional Scholarship Was Eliminated||Percentage Whose Conditional Scholarship Was Reduced or Eliminated||Number of New Academic Achievement Scholarships Awarded in the Second Year*||Total Number with Academic Scholarships in the Second Year|
*In addition to the scholarships awarded at the time of admission, New York Law School students who are ranked in the top 15 percent of their class at the end of their first year are invited to join the Law School’s John Marshall Harlan Scholars Program. These students are eligible to receive merit scholarships (increased from $10,000 to $15,000 beginning fall 2012 and awarded annually), participate in the School’s Law Review, and affiliate with one of the School’s academic centers.