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Scholarships Awarded to Law Students

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Scholarships Descriptions
The Abe Sigman Scholarship was established in 1975 to celebrate Abe Sigman's 50th year practicing law. Made possible by the generosity of his children, Myra Taxman and Leah Temkin, along with their husbands, Royal Taxman and Blair Temkin, the scholarship...
The Abe Sigman Scholarship was established in 1975 to celebrate Abe Sigman's 50th year practicing law. Made possible by the generosity of his children, Myra Taxman and Leah Temkin, along with their husbands, Royal Taxman and Blair Temkin, the scholarship recognizes Mr. Sigman's dedication to the principles of law, his clients, and his community. This scholarship supports law students who are Wisconsin residents and who have demonstrated scholarship and character.
The purpose of these awards is to support graduate students at the UW-Madison planning to conduct summer fieldwork pertaining to the study of Africa.
The purpose of these awards is to support graduate students at the UW-Madison planning to conduct summer fieldwork pertaining to the study of Africa.
Applicants must be UW-Madison graduate students making progress toward a research-based master's or doctoral degree focused substantially on Africa in any department or program. Students graduating in the Spring or Summer term are not eligible to apply.
The Alex Temkin Scholarship honors Mr. Temkin, a 1939 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship is awarded to an incoming student with outstanding academic promise and an indication of financial need.
The Alex Temkin Scholarship honors Mr. Temkin, a 1939 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship is awarded to an incoming student with outstanding academic promise and an indication of financial need.
The Angela and Jeffrey Bartell Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of its namesakes, two University of Wisconsin Law School alumni.The Bartell Scholarship supports a student with exceptional promise and preparation for law school, but whose economic circumstances are...
The Angela and Jeffrey Bartell Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of its namesakes, two University of Wisconsin Law School alumni.The Bartell Scholarship supports a student with exceptional promise and preparation for law school, but whose economic circumstances are a significant obstacle to obtaining their degree.
The Bette Salmon Scholarship was donated in honor of Ms. Salmon. The scholarship supports students who, like Ms. Salmon, return to higher education after an absence of approximately 15 years or more, while they pursued a career, raised a family,...
The Bette Salmon Scholarship was donated in honor of Ms. Salmon. The scholarship supports students who, like Ms. Salmon, return to higher education after an absence of approximately 15 years or more, while they pursued a career, raised a family, or the like.
The Carl Dietze Law Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of its namesake, a 1915 University of Wisconsin Law School graduate. Mr. Dietze was a tax attorney in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as well as an avid golfer. During his lifetime,...
The Carl Dietze Law Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of its namesake, a 1915 University of Wisconsin Law School graduate. Mr. Dietze was a tax attorney in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as well as an avid golfer. During his lifetime, Mr. Dietze played golf on over 1,000 courses, in every state in the United States and many countries around the world. He was inducted into the Wisconsin State Golf Association Hall of Fame, honoring distinguished amateur golfers, in 1969.
The Christian J. Otjen Law School Scholarship was created in memory of Christian J. Otjen, a 1916 University of Wisconsin Law School graduate. The scholarship is awarded to outstanding Wisconsin residents with financial need.
The Christian J. Otjen Law School Scholarship was created in memory of Christian J. Otjen, a 1916 University of Wisconsin Law School graduate. The scholarship is awarded to outstanding Wisconsin residents with financial need.
The Christine Ebert Memorial Scholarship honors the memory of Christine Ebert, a 1996 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship is awarded to a female student who embodies the ideals of dedication to volunteerism and commitment to public...
The Christine Ebert Memorial Scholarship honors the memory of Christine Ebert, a 1996 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship is awarded to a female student who embodies the ideals of dedication to volunteerism and commitment to public service, and who is returning to law school after some life experience.
The Clarence R. Hicks Scholarship was donated by Professor Judith Hicks Stiehm, in honor of her uncle Clarence Raymond Hicks. The scholarship provides assistance to students attending the Law School who are graduates of a Wisconsin high school.
The Clarence R. Hicks Scholarship was donated by Professor Judith Hicks Stiehm, in honor of her uncle Clarence Raymond Hicks. The scholarship provides assistance to students attending the Law School who are graduates of a Wisconsin high school.
The Claude J. Jasper Memorial Scholarship was donated by friends and family of Mr. Jasper in his honor. Mr. Jasper received his bachelor of laws degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1933. He went on to practice law for...
The Claude J. Jasper Memorial Scholarship was donated by friends and family of Mr. Jasper in his honor. Mr. Jasper received his bachelor of laws degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1933. He went on to practice law for many years, specializing in transportation regulation. He also served as chairman of the Republican Party of Wisconsin.
The Cody Splitt Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of Esther Cody Splitt and Harley Splitt. The scholarship supports students who have maintained high academic standing, who have financial need, and who are interested in using their legal education...
The Cody Splitt Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of Esther Cody Splitt and Harley Splitt. The scholarship supports students who have maintained high academic standing, who have financial need, and who are interested in using their legal education to help people with their personal needs or problems.
Tuition grants are offered each term to support adults who have experienced a significant break in their formal education and do not qualify for federal financial aid or scholarships due to their part-time enrollment status.
Tuition grants are offered each term to support adults who have experienced a significant break in their formal education and do not qualify for federal financial aid or scholarships due to their part-time enrollment status.
Applicants must be returning adult students with a significant break in their formal education of five or more years. This includes degree-seeking students enrolled less than half-time and non-degree University Special students not eligible for financial aid. (Dissertators and full-time degree seeking students are not eligible.) Student must demonstrate financial need as indicated within the application. Recipients will be selected primarily on the basis of financial need, clearly expressed educational goals and significant interruption (usually five years or more) in formal education. The balancing of such factors as number of degrees already completed, length of interruption in education, proximity to completion of educational goal, recent academic performance and other indications of potential academic success at UW-Madison will result in the allocation of grants as funds allow. Priority given to those who are on a path to earn a first undergraduate degree, including those currently in special student status.
The Daniel W. Howard Scholarship was created in memory of its namesake. Mr. Howard was a 1941 University of Wisconsin Law School graduate, who spent his career practicing bankruptcy in the Milwaukee area. The scholarship supports students at the Law...
The Daniel W. Howard Scholarship was created in memory of its namesake. Mr. Howard was a 1941 University of Wisconsin Law School graduate, who spent his career practicing bankruptcy in the Milwaukee area. The scholarship supports students at the Law School with financial need.
The Donald Norman Zillman Scholarship was established by Theodore W. Zillman to honor his eldest son. The scholarship is awarded to a staff member of the Wisconsin Law Review who ranks in the top 10 percent of his or her...
The Donald Norman Zillman Scholarship was established by Theodore W. Zillman to honor his eldest son. The scholarship is awarded to a staff member of the Wisconsin Law Review who ranks in the top 10 percent of his or her law school class.
Donald R. Peterson was a 1955 graduate of the University of Wisconsin┐s Business School and a 1958 graduate of its Law School. Don maintained a long and respected legal career. Specializing in civil litigation defense, Don was a...
Donald R. Peterson was a 1955 graduate of the University of Wisconsin┐s Business School and a 1958 graduate of its Law School. Don maintained a long and respected legal career. Specializing in civil litigation defense, Don was a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers and was regarded as one of Milwaukee┐s best defense attorneys. Don won countless trials during his 57-year legal career, including the last case he ever tried, in 2015 at age 82.
The Dorothy Raymond Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of Dean Margaret Raymond and Professor Mark Sidel. The scholarship is named for Dean Raymond's mother, to honor the role her mother played in her life and her mother's commitment...
The Dorothy Raymond Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of Dean Margaret Raymond and Professor Mark Sidel. The scholarship is named for Dean Raymond's mother, to honor the role her mother played in her life and her mother's commitment to education. The Dorothy Raymond Scholarship supports students who would be unable to afford a legal education without financial assistance.
The Dorothy Walker Memorial Scholarship honors its namesake, a 1921 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. This scholarship supports Wisconsin residents, with a preference for students from Columbia County, Wisconsin.
The Dorothy Walker Memorial Scholarship honors its namesake, a 1921 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. This scholarship supports Wisconsin residents, with a preference for students from Columbia County, Wisconsin.
The Ernest O. Hanson Scholarship was established in memory of Ernest "Ernie" Hanson, a 1940 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship supports students from rural communities who intend to practice law in Wisconsin.
The Ernest O. Hanson Scholarship was established in memory of Ernest "Ernie" Hanson, a 1940 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship supports students from rural communities who intend to practice law in Wisconsin.
FLAS fellowships are funded by the U.S. Department of Education and administered by the UW's National Resource Centers to assist students in acquiring foreign language and either area or international studies competencies. FLAS awards are only available for specific languages...
FLAS fellowships are funded by the U.S. Department of Education and administered by the UW's National Resource Centers to assist students in acquiring foreign language and either area or international studies competencies. FLAS awards are only available for specific languages and are contingent on federal funding.
Applicants must be U.S. citizens, nationals, or permanent residents of the United States. Applications by students in professional fields are encouraged. Preference will be given to applicants with a high level of academic ability and with previous language training.
The Francis J. Larkin Memorial Scholarship scholarship is awarded to deserving students who demonstrate the interest and qualifications to practice in the patent law field after graduation. Rock County residents are given priority and second, State of Wisconsin residents.
The Francis J. Larkin Memorial Scholarship scholarship is awarded to deserving students who demonstrate the interest and qualifications to practice in the patent law field after graduation. Rock County residents are given priority and second, State of Wisconsin residents.
The Frank J. Pelisek Memorial Scholarship supports Wisconsin residents attending the Law School. Among other factors, recipients are chosen for superior academic performance in undergraduate work, financial need, rural Wisconsin roots, and public service.
The Frank J. Pelisek Memorial Scholarship supports Wisconsin residents attending the Law School. Among other factors, recipients are chosen for superior academic performance in undergraduate work, financial need, rural Wisconsin roots, and public service.
The Frank and Mary Nikolay Law School Scholarship was created by Mr. and Mrs. Nikolay to assist Wisconsin residents with financial need.
The Frank and Mary Nikolay Law School Scholarship was created by Mr. and Mrs. Nikolay to assist Wisconsin residents with financial need.
The Frederick C. Suhr Law Scholarship was established by its namesake, a 1936 University of Wisconsin Law School graduate. The scholarship is awarded to a Wisconsin resident based on merit.
The Frederick C. Suhr Law Scholarship was established by its namesake, a 1936 University of Wisconsin Law School graduate. The scholarship is awarded to a Wisconsin resident based on merit.
The George A. and George R. Affeldt Memorial Scholarship was created by family and friends to honor the Affeldt family legacy at the University of Wisconsin Law School and in the Wisconsin legal community.
The George A. and George R. Affeldt Memorial Scholarship was created by family and friends to honor the Affeldt family legacy at the University of Wisconsin Law School and in the Wisconsin legal community.
The George E. Cleary Scholarship honors its namesake, a 1914 University of Wisconsin Law School graduate. Mr. Cleary was a leading New York tax lawyer and founder of the international law firm Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton. The scholarship was...
The George E. Cleary Scholarship honors its namesake, a 1914 University of Wisconsin Law School graduate. Mr. Cleary was a leading New York tax lawyer and founder of the international law firm Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton. The scholarship was created by Mr. Cleary's law partners in honor of the 25th anniversary of the founding of his firm.
The George and Lillian Young Scholarship was established by family and friends of the Youngs. George Young served as Dean of the University of Wisconsin Law School from 1958 to 1968. Mr. Young received his law degree from University of...
The George and Lillian Young Scholarship was established by family and friends of the Youngs. George Young served as Dean of the University of Wisconsin Law School from 1958 to 1968. Mr. Young received his law degree from University of Wisconsin Law School in 1941. The scholarship is awarded to worthy law students with financial need.
The Goodman Family Scholarship was established by Mr. Jonathan Goodman, a 1976 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship supports students with demonstrated financial need, with a preference for students from underrepresented minorities or challenging socioeconomic backgrounds.
The Goodman Family Scholarship was established by Mr. Jonathan Goodman, a 1976 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship supports students with demonstrated financial need, with a preference for students from underrepresented minorities or challenging socioeconomic backgrounds.
The Graduate Student Peer Mentor Awards recognize graduate students who exhibit stellar mentorship qualities. These graduate students are selected based on their ability to mentor undergraduate and/or graduate students, on or off campus.
The Graduate Student Peer Mentor Awards recognize graduate students who exhibit stellar mentorship qualities. These graduate students are selected based on their ability to mentor undergraduate and/or graduate students, on or off campus.
Applicants must be a current graduate or professional student at UW-Madison.
The Gwynette Smalley Law School Scholarship was created in memory of Gwynette Smalley, a 1922 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School. Mr. Smalley served as an assistant district attorney before forming a law partnership in Racine, where he...
The Gwynette Smalley Law School Scholarship was created in memory of Gwynette Smalley, a 1922 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School. Mr. Smalley served as an assistant district attorney before forming a law partnership in Racine, where he practiced for over 40 years. This scholarship provides merit-based support for highly promising law students, with a preference for Wisconsin residents.
The purpose of these awards is to support graduate students at the UW-Madison planning to conduct a minimum of 6 weeks of summer fieldwork outside of the United States.
The purpose of these awards is to support graduate students at the UW-Madison planning to conduct a minimum of 6 weeks of summer fieldwork outside of the United States.
Any continuing graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison planning fieldwork abroad may apply for these awards.
The Jacob and Rosa Beuscher Scholarship was created in memory of its namesakes. The Beuscher Scholarship supports foreign law students with financial need.
The Jacob and Rosa Beuscher Scholarship was created in memory of its namesakes. The Beuscher Scholarship supports foreign law students with financial need.
The Jay Thorpe Holmes Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of its namesake, a 1967 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship supports students who would not otherwise be able to afford law school.
The Jay Thorpe Holmes Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of its namesake, a 1967 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship supports students who would not otherwise be able to afford law school.
The John Hunter Burlingame Scholarship was established in 2014 by a gift from Scripps Networks Interactive. Mr. Burlingame, a 1963 graduate of UW Law, was a director of both E.W. Scripps Company and Scripps Networks Interactive. Prior to this, Mr....
The John Hunter Burlingame Scholarship was established in 2014 by a gift from Scripps Networks Interactive. Mr. Burlingame, a 1963 graduate of UW Law, was a director of both E.W. Scripps Company and Scripps Networks Interactive. Prior to this, Mr. Burlingame practiced law at Baker & Hosteltler. This scholarship, honoring his career, is granted based on merit and demonstrated academic ability.
The John J. Walsh Scholarship was established by the family and friends of John. J. Walsh, who received his bachelor of laws degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1938. The scholarship celebrates Mr. Walsh's service to the legal profession,...
The John J. Walsh Scholarship was established by the family and friends of John. J. Walsh, who received his bachelor of laws degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1938. The scholarship celebrates Mr. Walsh's service to the legal profession, and to the athletic program at the University of Wisconsin, where he served as boxing coach from 1933 to 1958, leading the Wisconsin boxing team to eight team championships. The John J. Walsh Scholarship supports students who lettered in intercollegiate athletics at their undergraduate college, with a strong preference for UW-Madison athletes.
The John P. Andersen Memorial Scholarship was endowed in 2013 by Mr. Andersen's sister, Elizabeth Andersen. The scholarship supports law students with physical disabilities.
The John P. Andersen Memorial Scholarship was endowed in 2013 by Mr. Andersen's sister, Elizabeth Andersen. The scholarship supports law students with physical disabilities.
The John Wattawa Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of Mr. Wattawa, a 1921 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship is awarded to deserving students with financial need.
The John Wattawa Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of Mr. Wattawa, a 1921 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship is awarded to deserving students with financial need.
The Joseph A. Melli Scholarship was created by the Madison firm Melli Law, in honor of their founder's retirement. The scholarship is awarded to Wisconsin residents with financial need.
The Joseph A. Melli Scholarship was created by the Madison firm Melli Law, in honor of their founder's retirement. The scholarship is awarded to Wisconsin residents with financial need.
The Joseph and Helen Blatecky Memorial Scholarship was created through the will of Helen Blatecky to honor her husband, Joseph. From 1929 through 1933, Mr. Blatecky earned three degrees from the University of Wisconsin, including a law degree. The Blatecky...
The Joseph and Helen Blatecky Memorial Scholarship was created through the will of Helen Blatecky to honor her husband, Joseph. From 1929 through 1933, Mr. Blatecky earned three degrees from the University of Wisconsin, including a law degree. The Blatecky Scholarship supports students with financial need who have demonstrated a high level of scholarly achievement.
The Justice William A. Bablitch Fellowship honors the life and memory of its namesake, a 1968 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School. Justice Bablitch led a long career of public service. He began his career as one of...
The Justice William A. Bablitch Fellowship honors the life and memory of its namesake, a 1968 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School. Justice Bablitch led a long career of public service. He began his career as one of the first volunteers to serve in the Peace Corps in the late 1960s. Justice Bablitch went on to serve as a Portage County District Attorney and a Senator in the Wisconsin State Senate. As a Senator, he revised sexual assault laws and authored the first campaign reform laws in the state. In 1983, Justice Bablitch was elected to the Wisconsin Supreme Court, where he spent the next 20 years of his career, before retiring in 2003.
The Kemper K. Knapp Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of Mr. Kemper Knapp and the continued support of the Kemper K. Knapp Bequest Committee. The scholarship supports the Law School's Legal Education Opportunities Program, which works to recruit...
The Kemper K. Knapp Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of Mr. Kemper Knapp and the continued support of the Kemper K. Knapp Bequest Committee. The scholarship supports the Law School's Legal Education Opportunities Program, which works to recruit and retain students of color and those from other traditionally disadvantaged groups.
The Laurence C. and Isabel Feistl Gram Family Scholarship was created by the Gram family to show appreciation for the role the Law School played in their lives. Two generations of the Gram family were University of Wisconsin Law School...
The Laurence C. and Isabel Feistl Gram Family Scholarship was created by the Gram family to show appreciation for the role the Law School played in their lives. Two generations of the Gram family were University of Wisconsin Law School graduates. Laurence C. Gram graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 1927. Laurence C. Gram, Jr. also graduated from the Law School before going on to serve 25 years as a Milwaukee County Circuit Court judge.
The Class of 1961 Scholarship was established by the University of Wisconsin Law School graduates of 1961 in honor of their 50-year class reunion.
The Class of 1961 Scholarship was established by the University of Wisconsin Law School graduates of 1961 in honor of their 50-year class reunion.
The Class of 1982 Scholarship was established by the University of Wisconsin Law School graduates of 1982 in honor of their 10-year class reunion. The scholarship supports students in the Law School's Legal Education Opportunities Program.
The Class of 1982 Scholarship was established by the University of Wisconsin Law School graduates of 1982 in honor of their 10-year class reunion. The scholarship supports students in the Law School's Legal Education Opportunities Program.
The Legal Education Opportunities (LEO) Enrichment Fund supports students participating in the LEO Program, the Law School's program for recruiting and retaining law students of color and students from traditionally underrepresented groups. The LEO Program began in 1967, with LEO...
The Legal Education Opportunities (LEO) Enrichment Fund supports students participating in the LEO Program, the Law School's program for recruiting and retaining law students of color and students from traditionally underrepresented groups. The LEO Program began in 1967, with LEO alumni now numbering well over a thousand.
The Leroy J. and Mary Burlingame Memorial Scholarship honors the memory of Mr. Leroy Burlingame. Leroy Burlingame graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 1924. The scholarship is awarded to deserving law students based on merit.
The Leroy J. and Mary Burlingame Memorial Scholarship honors the memory of Mr. Leroy Burlingame. Leroy Burlingame graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 1924. The scholarship is awarded to deserving law students based on merit.
The Lloyd Winston Pullen Scholarship honors its namesake, a 1905 University of Wisconsin Law School graduate.The scholarship is awarded to Wisconsin residents.
The Lloyd Winston Pullen Scholarship honors its namesake, a 1905 University of Wisconsin Law School graduate.The scholarship is awarded to Wisconsin residents.
The Martha Helen and Walker George Dollmeyer Law Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of Mr. Walker Dollmeyer. Mr. Dollmeyer was a 1924 graduate of the UW-Madison College of Engineering. He left this scholarship as a memorial to his...
The Martha Helen and Walker George Dollmeyer Law Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of Mr. Walker Dollmeyer. Mr. Dollmeyer was a 1924 graduate of the UW-Madison College of Engineering. He left this scholarship as a memorial to his wife. The scholarship is awarded to a law student, with preference given to students from Henry County, Illinois, where Mrs. Dollmeyer was raised.
The Mary B. Orvis Scholarship was created by its namesake, a 1907 UW-Madison graduate, in honor of her father, William H. Orvis. William Orvis was the Assistant State Law Librarian in Wisconsin in the late 1800s.
The Mary B. Orvis Scholarship was created by its namesake, a 1907 UW-Madison graduate, in honor of her father, William H. Orvis. William Orvis was the Assistant State Law Librarian in Wisconsin in the late 1800s.
The Mary and Edward W. Reisner Scholarship was made possible by the generosity of family, friends and colleagues of Edward J. Reisner, Emeritus Assistant Dean of the University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship is awarded to Wisconsin residents with...
The Mary and Edward W. Reisner Scholarship was made possible by the generosity of family, friends and colleagues of Edward J. Reisner, Emeritus Assistant Dean of the University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship is awarded to Wisconsin residents with financial need.
The Michael J. Cleary Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of Catherine B. Cleary. The scholarship is named in honor of Ms. Cleary's father, Michael J. Cleary. It supports Wisconsin resident students with financial need.
The Michael J. Cleary Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of Catherine B. Cleary. The scholarship is named in honor of Ms. Cleary's father, Michael J. Cleary. It supports Wisconsin resident students with financial need.
The OK Johnson Jr. Law School Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of OK Johnson, Jr., a 1955 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School. Through his scholarship, Mr. Johnson wishes to celebrate experiences that go beyond the...
The OK Johnson Jr. Law School Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of OK Johnson, Jr., a 1955 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School. Through his scholarship, Mr. Johnson wishes to celebrate experiences that go beyond the standard academic curriculum and contribute to the development of the individual's personality and character. He believes law school should be enjoyable, and that students should participate in the myriad of social activities and civic and volunteer groups on campus. The OK Johnson Jr. Law School Scholarship supports Wisconsin residents in their second or third year of law school who have financial need, are not in the top 25 percent of the class, and have a high level of engagement in and service to the law school and legal community.
The Paul Van Valkenburg Scholarship was created by H.D. Hudson Company to honor Mr. Van Valkenburg. After graduating from University of Wisconsin Law School in 1959, Mr. Van Valkenburg worked for over 40 years with the Minneapolis law firm Moss...
The Paul Van Valkenburg Scholarship was created by H.D. Hudson Company to honor Mr. Van Valkenburg. After graduating from University of Wisconsin Law School in 1959, Mr. Van Valkenburg worked for over 40 years with the Minneapolis law firm Moss & Barnett. He served on the board of H.D. Hudson Company, and was active in his church and community.
The Phillip Owens Memorial Scholarship honors Mr. Owens, a graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. Mr. Owens practiced in Portage, Wisconsin, at the law firm Rogers & Owens. His scholarship supports students from northern Wisconsin, with a preference for...
The Phillip Owens Memorial Scholarship honors Mr. Owens, a graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. Mr. Owens practiced in Portage, Wisconsin, at the law firm Rogers & Owens. His scholarship supports students from northern Wisconsin, with a preference for students from Columbia County.
The R. Arthur Ludwig Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of its namesake. A 1955 University of Wisconsin Law School graduate, Mr. Ludwig practiced in the areas of bankruptcy and creditor's rights. The scholarship supports law students with degrees...
The R. Arthur Ludwig Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of its namesake. A 1955 University of Wisconsin Law School graduate, Mr. Ludwig practiced in the areas of bankruptcy and creditor's rights. The scholarship supports law students with degrees in accounting and related disciplines.
The Raymond T. Jackson Memorial Scholarship was created by the bequest of Ms. Ethel Curry Jackson, in honor of her husband, a 1917 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. This scholarship supports deserving students.
The Raymond T. Jackson Memorial Scholarship was created by the bequest of Ms. Ethel Curry Jackson, in honor of her husband, a 1917 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. This scholarship supports deserving students.
The Richard B. Bilder Scholarship was created in honor of Richard B. Bilder, Foley and Lardner-Bascom Professor of Law Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship supports students who have a demonstrated interest in public international law.
The Richard B. Bilder Scholarship was created in honor of Richard B. Bilder, Foley and Lardner-Bascom Professor of Law Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship supports students who have a demonstrated interest in public international law.
The Robert C. and Pamelia Kelly Law Scholarship was donated by the Kelly family. Mr. Kelly was a 1950 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. Mrs. Kelly graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly have created...
The Robert C. and Pamelia Kelly Law Scholarship was donated by the Kelly family. Mr. Kelly was a 1950 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. Mrs. Kelly graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly have created scholarships that support students at the Business School, the Law School, and the School of Education.
The Robert E. Cook Law School Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of its namesake, a 1950 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship supports U.S. military veterans who have served at least six months in active...
The Robert E. Cook Law School Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of its namesake, a 1950 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship supports U.S. military veterans who have served at least six months in active military service.
The Robert F. Froehlke Law Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of its namesake, a 1949 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship supports Wisconsin residents.
The Robert F. Froehlke Law Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of its namesake, a 1949 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship supports Wisconsin residents.
The Ronold A. and Myrtle S. Dreschler Scholarship supports qualified and competent students who have financial need.
The Ronold A. and Myrtle S. Dreschler Scholarship supports qualified and competent students who have financial need.
The Roy Stanley Ihlenfeldt Memorial Scholarship was donated by friends of Judge Dale Ihlenfeldt upon his retirement. Judge Ihlenfeldt was a 1949 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School and a bankruptcy judge in Milwaukee for nearly 30 years....
The Roy Stanley Ihlenfeldt Memorial Scholarship was donated by friends of Judge Dale Ihlenfeldt upon his retirement. Judge Ihlenfeldt was a 1949 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School and a bankruptcy judge in Milwaukee for nearly 30 years. He requested that the scholarship be named in honor of his father, Roy Stanley Ihlenfeldt.
In memory of Scott Kloeck-Jenson, a scholar dedicated to global peace and justice, the Institute for Regional and International Studies annually offers two awards: the SKJ International Pre-Dissertation Travel Fellowships to support overseas travel to potential field research sites for...
In memory of Scott Kloeck-Jenson, a scholar dedicated to global peace and justice, the Institute for Regional and International Studies annually offers two awards: the SKJ International Pre-Dissertation Travel Fellowships to support overseas travel to potential field research sites for doctoral students and the SKJ International Internship Fellowships to support graduate students (working towards a doctorate) interested in undertaking practitioner internships.
The Shapiro Memorial Scholarship was donated by the Shapiro family in loving memory of Max M. Shapiro. The scholarship is awarded to students with financial need.
The Shapiro Memorial Scholarship was donated by the Shapiro family in loving memory of Max M. Shapiro. The scholarship is awarded to students with financial need.
The Stearns-Shaw Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of Denis W. Stearns, a 1992 University of Wisconsin Law School graduate. Mr. Stearns established the Stearns-Shaw Fund with his partner (now husband), Thomas Shaw, and in the memory of his...
The Stearns-Shaw Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of Denis W. Stearns, a 1992 University of Wisconsin Law School graduate. Mr. Stearns established the Stearns-Shaw Fund with his partner (now husband), Thomas Shaw, and in the memory of his mother, Julie Stearns. The Scholarship is provided to students who have a well-established track record of engagement in activities that advocate for and support the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community, and who are likely to use a legal education to further such work. Through the Stearns-Shaw Scholarship, the Julie Stearns Memorial Award, and the QLAW Book Award, Mr. Stearns intends to help enhance the Law School's impact and profile as an institution strongly supportive of the members, rights, issues and interests of the GLBT community, not only as an institution, but also through teaching, research, public interest work, advocacy and outreach.
The Vaughn B. Rasmussen II Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of its namesake, a 1972 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship supports students with financial need, whose personal and family resources are not adequate...
The Vaughn B. Rasmussen II Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of its namesake, a 1972 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship supports students with financial need, whose personal and family resources are not adequate to cover the costs of attending law school.
The Hagenah Law Review Scholarship is made possible by alumnus William J. Hagenah. Mr. Hagenah graduated from the Law School in 1905. The scholarship supports students who are members of the Wisconsin Law Review.
The Hagenah Law Review Scholarship is made possible by alumnus William J. Hagenah. Mr. Hagenah graduated from the Law School in 1905. The scholarship supports students who are members of the Wisconsin Law Review.
The Wilson B. Greaton, Jr. Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of its namesake, a 1956 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship is awarded to students with financial need, who would not be able to...
The Wilson B. Greaton, Jr. Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of its namesake, a 1956 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School. The scholarship is awarded to students with financial need, who would not be able to afford their legal education without assistance.
The Wisconsin Law Alumni Association Gargoyle Scholarship was established by the WLAA to support students at University of Wisconsin Law School. The WLAA was formed in 1934 and is the official alumni organization of the Law School. The WLAA has...
The Wisconsin Law Alumni Association Gargoyle Scholarship was established by the WLAA to support students at University of Wisconsin Law School. The WLAA was formed in 1934 and is the official alumni organization of the Law School. The WLAA has an alumni base of over 14,000 living alumni.
Scholarships marked with FAFSA required prior to awarding decisions in the list above require a completed Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for awarding decisions. To learn more about applying for financial aid, please visit the Office of Student Financial Aid website.