Law Librarianship Scholarship
The Law Librarianship Scholarship provides annual support for a Seattle University School of Law student who is interested in law librarianship.
Eligible candidates include current Seattle University School of Law 1L’s and 2L’s who already have an MLS degree, or who have expressed interest in pursuing an MLS degree after law school graduation.
Applicants should submit a short statement (a paragraph; no more than a page), explaining their interest in law librarianship, and commit to 50-100 hours of a paid internship in the Seattle University School of Law library.
The associate dean of students will make the final selection. The scholarship, an award of $1,000, will be awarded as part of the recipient's financial aid package for the 2016-17 academic year. A student can receive the award more than once but must reapply each year.
Completed applications should be submitted to Associate Dean Donna Deming. If you are submitting your materials in hard copy, please bring them to the Dean’s Office on the second floor of Sullivan Hall. If you are submitting your materials in a digital format, please email them to email@example.com. A recipient will be named by the end of the spring semester. Applications for the 2016-17 year are due by April 8, 2016.