Law Librarianship Scholarship
Applications due by March 15, 2013
The Law Librarianship Scholarship provides annual support for a Seattle University School of Law student who is interested in law librarianship.
Eligible candidates include Seattle University School of Law 2L's and 3 L's who already have an MLS degree, or who have expressed interest in pursuing an MLS degree after law school graduation.
Applicants should submit a short statement (a paragraph; no more than a page), explaining their interest in law librarianship, and commit to 50-100 hours of a paid internship in the Seattle University School of Law library.
The associate dean of students will make the final selection. The scholarship, an award of $1,000, will be awarded as part of the recipient's financial aid package for the 2013-14 academic year. A student can receive the award more than once but must reapply each year.
Applicants should apply by e-mail to Lisa Van Wey, program coordinator for academic and student affairs, no later than March 15, 2013 (firstname.lastname@example.org). A recipient will be named by the end of the spring semester.