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The Raphael G. Scobey Loan Repayment Assistance Fellowship is awarded to Columbia Law School graduates who demonstrate financial need and are seeking to do public service, community, or social justice work upon graduating.
The Bill Howard Public Interest Summer Fellowship was created in 1994, giving students the opportunity to receive stipends for providing greatly needed assistance to non-profit and governmental organizations.
The Susan Price Carr Scholarship was established in 1991 and is awarded yearly to second or third year students, with preference given to women who participate in law journals.
The Kellis E. Parker Teaching Fellowship was created in 2001 by a vast circle of friends, family and colleagues in the field of law, arts, and academia.
The Justin Feldman ’42 Public Service Fellowship was created in 2011 by friends, alumni, and Feldman’s widow, Linda Fairstein, to honor his memory.
The John S. Bainbridge Fellowship was created in 2006 through the generosity of William S. Beinecke ’40. It is awarded annually to outstanding Columbia Law School students who share Bainbridge’s passion for public interest law in Africa.
The Joan Guggenheimer Scholarship was created in 2006 through the generosity of the JPMorgan Chase Foundation under the direction of Kimberly B. Davis.
“I feel an obligation to the schools that gave me the tool to do what I've been able to do.” — Jerome L. Greene ’28
The Dean James Milligan Memorial Scholarship was created in 2005 through an outpouring of generosity from graduates and friends. The scholarship is awarded annually to outstanding law students and is a fitting tribute to Milligan’s passion for diversity.
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