USF School of Law Scholarships
Generous donations from alumni help fund USF scholarships. Students must meet specific criteria established by the donors. The recipients are typically selected by an alumni or donor committee.
Application Window: April 7 - 27th at 5:00 p.m., 2015
Dean's Office Scholarships:
Continuing Law Students:
An award designated to assist a needy, full-time law student from the state of Nevada or Hawaii to achieve their educational goals. The scholarship is funded by the Bretzlaff Foundation. The 2014-15 Bretzlaff application is here.
Arthur C. Zief Jr. Scholarship Program
Multiple scholarships for deserving, needy law students, established by Arthur C. Zief Sr., Class of 1947, in honor of his son, Arthur C. Zief Jr. These scholarships are awarded to continuing students who make significant non-curricular contributions to the USF School of Law. The 2014-15 Zief application is here.
Continuing Law Students:
John Flynn Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is in memory of John Flynn, who was an alumnus of Stanford and a distinguished member of the San Francisco Maritime Bar. The scholarship will be awarded to a USF School of Law student with an interest in maritime law. 2014 applications are available now. Click here to apply.
Daniel Levine Cook Scholarship
This scholarship was established by a grant from the Daniel Levine Cook Fund of the Jewish Community Endowment Fund, upon recommendation of David, Phyllis, and Anne Cook, in loving memory of Daniel Cook, Class of 1992. This scholarship is for a Jewish law student with financial need who shows academic promise. 2014 applications are available online. The Daniel Levine Cook Scholarship application is here.
Douglas M. Raskin Memorial Scholarship
A scholarship established by classmates and friends of Douglas Michael Raskin, Class of 1987, who died in 1994 at the age of 33 while climbing Mount Fuji in Japan. The scholarship is awarded to a third or fourth year student who exemplifies the spirit of adventure, sense of humor, love of life, and caring for others exhibited by Douglas Raskin. 2014 applications are available. The Douglas M. Raskin Memorial Scholarship application is here
Agnes O'Brien Smith Scholarship
Agnes O'Brien Smith Scholarship is awarded to second- and third-year law students based on financial need, academic scholarship, leadership, and community service. O'Brien Smith, Class of 1941, was an admired jurist and lawyer. 2014 applications are available. Click here to apply.
Phillips Spallas & Angstadt Scholarship
This scholarship is a demonstration of Phillips Spallas & Angstadt's commitment to diversity in the workplace and the value a diverse workforce brings to society as a whole. The scholarship is awarded to a second or third year student. 2014 applications are available. Click here to apply.
Daniel J. Curtin, Jr. Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is in memory of Daniel Curtin, Jr. '57, who was an internationally known land use practitioner, former city attorney, and teacher and mentor to countless land use attorneys and planners. Mr. Curtin's family, friends and colleagues have established this fund to support a scholarship or summer stipend for a student in an unpaid or low paid position at a law firm, government agency, or non-public agency working in land use or municipal law. Click here to apply.
New First Year Law Students:
Women Lawyers Council Scholarship
The Women Lawyers Council awards this scholarship to an entering first year transitional student who has been out of school for a continuous five-year period prior. Apply for the Women Lawyers Council Scholarship here.
There are a variety of scholarships awarded by outside agencies, which have their own applications procedures, criteria, and deadlines. Please click here to view the external scholarship webpage.
For more information about contributing to these scholarships or establishing a new fund, please contact Erica Levison in the law school's Office of Development at (415) 422-5457 or by email at email@example.com.