Eligibility for Law School Financial Aid
Financial Aid for Law Students - Eligibility
- Federal Student Aid for Students (FAFSA)
Federal Student Aid, an office of the U.S. Department of Education, ensures that all eligible individuals can benefit from federally funded financial assistance for education beyond high school. We consistently champion the promise of postsecondary education to all Americans —and its value to our society.
- Financing for Law Schools
The law school's financial aid office will review your application and calculate your eligibility for the various forms of financial aid from all sources. It is important to carefully review your package and to understand the terms and conditions of all aid offered to you.
- How to Negotiate Law School Financial Aid
Negotiating a suitable financial aid package with a law school is much different from the process you underwent when financing your undergraduate education.
- Paying for Law School - US News
These tips can help you finance your J.D.
- PIN Application for Financial Aid - Law Students
The PIN Application is for students and parents who do not already have a Federal Student Aid PIN and would like to apply for one. The PIN Application Process consists of 3 steps: Step 1: Enter Personal Information Step 2: Submit Your PIN Application Step 3: Receive Your PIN.
- Top Law School Guide to LRAP (Loan Repayment Assistance Programs)
Many incoming law students profess a desire to practice public interest law upon graduation. For whatever reason, a sizeable percentage of these end up employed in the private sector. Perhaps some had a legitimate change of heart. A lucky few voluntarily chose a prestigious firm with a lucrative salary. Others never intended to work in the public interest, but only expressed that desire in an attempt to appear attractive to admissions committees. But all too many were forced into an unwanted career due to the restrictions imposed by their student loan repayment obligations.