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Public-interest law scholarship offered

Seattle University is offering a new scholarship program for law students who make a commitment to devote much of their careers to public-interest law.
The Scholars for Justice Award is a three-year, full-tuition scholarship that will be awarded to two students beginning with the entering class next fall.
Seattle University, a Jesuit university, is the state’s largest private college. For more information on the scholarship program, contact Carol Cochran, the assistant dean for admission, at or 206-398-4206.

One day, during my senior year, i woke up and recieved this $7,000 scholarship that i didn’t even apply for. the money was just given to me for being a minority female leader. FUCKING AWESOME. Good things totally happened at that school…how I still waked away with so much debt is beyond me.


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