The Izenda Embedded BI & Analytics Scholarship 
  • The Izenda Embedded BI & Analytics Scholarship is a selective $1,000 scholarship for outstanding undergraduate or graduate students. Founded in 2015, the scholarship awards one student a year pursuing a career in leveraging analytics to improve decision making and outcomes in the U.S. The scholarship was established with the intent of promoting students’ academic excellence and providing them the opportunity to reach their full potential.
  • Eligibility Requirements:
    • This scholarship is open to undergraduate or graduate student currently enrolled in an accredited U.S. college or university.
    • Applicants must be a US citizen, national, or permanent resident.
    • The work you submit should be entirely your own. Do not submit coursework you were assigned in a class you have taken.
    • To be eligible for the scholarship, all items must be submitted by March 31, 2018. Please note that your submission must be your own work and will become the property of Izenda, Inc.
  • Application Guidelines:
    • Please complete each section of the application form— all fields are required.
    • To be eligible for consideration, please explain how data will be important in your expected future career. This should be 500 words or less.
  • Link to application: https://www.izenda.com/embedded-bi-and-analytics-scholarship/
  • Deadline: March 31, 2018


Lalco Interiors Scholarship Program 2017-18
  • Lalco Interiors Scholarship Program is offering a $500 scholarship, open to all students across the world, who are 18+ years of age and are enrolled in any School/College/University for the year 2017-18.
  • How to Apply: Submit a 1500 words essay on either one of the topic mentioned below: (Topic 1- What is the most important object in your home and why? OR (Topic 2- What is you favorite corner of your home and why?)
  • All applications will be reviewed by an expert panel constituted by the directors of Lalco Interiors and an external expert. Applications will be judged on Creativity & Originality.
  • Submission process: Send an email to scholarship@lalcointeriors.com with the subject line – 'Application for Scholarship Program 2017-18'Include the following details in the email: (1. Your full name) (2. Passport size photo) (3. Name of the school/college and course/program in which you are enrolled for the current academic year) (4. Your contact details (include your email ID), where we can reach you if you are awarded the scholarship).
  • Deadline: May 15, 2018. The Winner will be declared on 15th June 2018 at 11:00 am (GMT)
  • You can view the scholarship details here – http://www.lalcointeriors.com/#scholarship


 Don H. Liu Scholars Program
  • This year, the Selection Committee of the Don H. Liu Scholars Program will select up to 3 scholars! Each scholar will be awarded $15,000 each and have access to prominent mentors, including Don H. Liu, Executive Vice President, Chief Legal Officer and General Counsel of Target Corporation.  Additionally, scholars will have assistance in securing summer internships. 
  • The Program seeks to identify and cultivate future Asian American leaders in the legal community to address the single most important reality facing Asian American professionals today -- the barrier to advancement.  
  • Eligibility: To be eligible for the Program, the applicant must be of Asian descent and be enrolled full-time as a 1L (and be expected to graduate in 2020) in a law school in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania or the District of Columbia. 
  • Deadline: Application materials are due on November 17, 2017.
  • Details and more information about the Program can be on  http://www.donhliuscholars.org/ and on the online brochure Don H. Liu Scholars Program Brochure.
2018 Donald C. Alexander 
Tax Writing Competition!

  • The Federal Bar Association Section on Taxation is sponsoring the Donald C. Alexander Tax Law Writing Competition for law students and is offering cash prizes AND a trip to Washington D.C.!
  • Requirements: Students may submit any original paper concerning federal taxation. Papers must be (i) a minimum of 20 pages and a 50 of fifty pages, including footnotes and (ii) double spaced, with one-inch margins and twelve-point Times New Roman font (though footnotes may be single spaced and in ten point font).
  • Winners & Prizes: Two winning papers will be selected by the officers of the Federal Bar Association Section on Taxation. The authors of the first place and second place papers will receive: (i) A cash prize ($2,000 for first place and $1,000 for second place); and (ii) A trip to the FBA’s Annual Tax Law Conference in Washington, DC, in March 2018 (value not to exceed $700), where each winner will be presented with a commemorative plaque and a complimentary, one-year membership in the Federal Bar Association Section on Taxation.
  • Entry Process: Submissions must be emailed by midnight on January 8, 2018, to FBATaxWritingCompetition@gmail.com, with the subject line “Donald C. Alexander Tax Law Writing Competition.” The submission must be emailed in PDF format with any identifying information removed from the paper.
    • Students must also attach a completed PDF of the below Warranty and Authorization To Publish (i) guaranteeing that the paper has not been published or selected for publication as of the date the paper is submitted to this competition and (ii) agreeing to permit the FBA Section on Taxation to publish the paper.
  • Please click on HERE for more information about how to apply for this amazing opportunity!



  • The New York Bar Foundation has announced that applications are being accepted for the 2018 Trusts and Estates Law Section Fellowship.  
  • The $5,000.00 Fellowship will be awarded to three second-year (2L) law students who are currently enrolled in law schools in the State of New York to work in trusts and estates law positions in the public sector in the State of New York during the summer of 2018. 
  • Through the Fellowship, the student will be provided a meaningful and appropriately supervised work experience in the Chambers of the Honorable Margaret C. Reilly of Nassau County Surrogate’s Court OR in the Chambers of the Honorable Rita Mella of New York County Surrogate’s Court.
  • The ultimate goal of the Fellowship is to create a network and forge relationships among trusts and estates law attorneys throughout the State of New York.
  • How to apply: Click HERE to access to the fellowship application!
  • Deadline: All hard copy material submissions must be postmarked on or before February 7, 2018, OR you may email the materials to ldorr@tnybf.org no later than 4:00 p.m. on or before February 7, 2018.


  • The Legal Aid Society, in partnership with the Attorneys of Color, Black Attorneys of Legal Aid, and LGBTQ Caucuses of the Association of Legal Aid Attorneys (ALAA), welcomes 1L and 2L law students to attend our Fifth Annual Diversity Fair.
  • The Diversity Fair will offer law students the opportunity to network with Legal Aid Society supervisors and staff attorneys who are people of color and/or LGBT, and learn more about internship and job opportunities at The Legal Aid Society.
  • Networking opportunities are available for persons from all diverse communities, including networking with attorneys and supervisors who are People of Color and/or LGBT. 
  • Date: Monday, November 6, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.
  • Location: Debevoise & Plimpton, LLP, 919 Third Avenue, New York, NY
  • RSVP: to recruitmentbcs@legal-aid.org by October 30, 2017.


Announcing NAWL's New 3L Mentorship Program!
  • Attention 3L female students!
  • Are you looking to grow a professional network and also receive practical advice as you begin the transition from law school to full-time practice? 
  • You're in luck! The National Association of Women Lawyers is happy to announce its brand new 3L Mentorship Program in New York City!
  • The 3L Mentorship Program creates an opportunity for experienced attorneys to provide professional advice, encouragement, and support to female law students beginning in their final year of law school and continuing throughout their first year of practice.
  • The program is designed to foster the next generation of female attorneys by helping students to navigate the often-confusing transition from law school into their first year of practice. 
  • How to register: Registration for mentees is now open. Registration for mentees will close on Friday, October 6, 2017. Interested students may apply online here http://www.nawl.org/e/in/eid=113
  • The mentorship cycle will begin in October 2017 and continue through August 2019. 
  • For more information, email NAWL's Member Services & Program Manager Kelsey Vuillemot at kvuillemot@nawl.org