George Goldstein Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship fund was established in memory of George Goldstein, JD '37. An award is given to an Evening Division Law School student with financial need.
Harold B. Goodwin, Jr. Legal Scholarship
This award is to be used for a Day and an Evening Division student in the final year of Law School who advance to the final round of the Third-Year-Day/Fourth-Year-Evening Mock trial Competition.
Joseph P. Graham Scholarship
Established in memory of Joseph P. Graham, JD '35. This fund is to be used for scholarship assistance for students from Brighton or any resident of Boston who is a law student.
Christopher Sean Hayes Scholarship
Established by the family and friends of Christopher Sean Hayes, JD '91. First-year students who are graduates of either Suffolk University, the College of the Holy Cross or Xaverian Brothers High School are eligible. A separate application is required for this scholarship.
Jeanne M. and Marguerite E. Hession Centennial Scholarship
Awards will be made to one or more students in good academic standing whose economic circumstances might otherwise preclude their attendance at the Law School. Preference will be given to students who are working full-time and studying for the Juris Doctorate in the evening division at the Law School.
William T. Hogan Centennial Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to law students with demonstrated financial need and who are in good academic standing.
Barbara Connolly Hughes Memorial Scholarship
Established in 2005 by John M. Hughes, Sr. as part of the Centennial Scholarship Program, this scholarship will be awarded to a current female third or fourth year student (or students) with demonstrated financial need and exceptional academic strength. Preference should be given to Suffolk University Law School students currently working in education or a related field or to students who have a demonstrated interest in providing criminal defense counsel to the economically disadvantaged.
Philip Hurwitz Scholarship
Established in memory of Philip Hurwitz, JD '30, to provide scholarship assistance to deserving law students.
Santi and Mary Inguanti Scholarship
Established to provide scholarship assistance to Law School students.
Thomas Vreeland Jones Scholarship
Established in honor of Thomas Vreeland Jones, JD '15, Suffolk University Law School's first African American graduate, by his family, friends, and the Black Law Students Association.
Catherine T. Judge Scholarship
Awards will be made to one or more students who are in good academic standing and who are in their third year of the day division or their fourth year of the evening division at Suffolk University Law School.
Stan Kava Scholarship
This scholarship fund was established by Lt. Col. Stanley F. Kava, JD '39. The purpose of the fund is to provide financial assistance to two first-year Law School students (one Day Division and one Evening Division) who maintain the highest grade point average. The determination of the recipients will be made by the dean of Suffolk University Law School.
William Sumner Kenney, Esq. Fellowship
Established in memory of William Sumner Kenney as a fellowship award intended to promote and effect the comparative study of the criminal laws and procedures of countries other than the United States. The selected student will work as a research assistant for a faculty member in the international law division. Preference will be given to a worthy and needy law student.
John J. Labanara Scholarship
Established by family in memory of John J. Labanara, JD '71. The fund provides assistance to qualified Law School students who are residents of Belmont or the Greater Boston area.
Judge Harry M. Lack Scholarship
This scholarship fund was established in memory of The Honorable Harry M. Lack, JD '35. The purpose of the fund is to provide financial assistance to a student enrolled in the Evening Division of the Law School. The recipient is selected on the basis of financial need. Law School General Alumni This fund is to be used for scholarship assistance to deserving law students.
Isidore M. Libman Scholarship Fund
This fund, established in honor of Isadore M. Libman, JD '27, LLD '87, is to provide financial assistance to worthy and needy students with preference given to immigrants or a child of an immigrant.
Brian L. MacDonald Scholarship
Established by family and friends in memory of Brian L. MacDonald, JD '76, to provide scholarship assistance to a graduate of Boston College entering the Day Division. The award is based on academic achievement and financial need.
Edward I. and Sydell Masterman Scholarship
This scholarship for deserving law students was established by Edward I. Masterman, JD '50, LLD '90, and his wife, Sydell.
A. Mattei Scholarship
Established in honor of the late Alfred Mattei, JD '71, by family and friends, to be awarded to deserving law students.
Edgar P. McCormack JD '54 Scholarship Fund
Scholarship funds are to be awarded annually to a current or enrolling student or students who demonstrates exceptional academic strength with preference granted towards students from Brighton, MA or who are currently working at City Hall in Boston.
Kathleen McDermott JD '86 Law School Scholarship Endowment Fund
Awards will be made to one or more deserving students who are in the top twenty percent of their class, with preference given to students who are enrolled in the Health and Biomedical Law concentration at Stuffolk University Law School.
Manuel V. McKenney Scholarship
This award is made to a deserving African American student studying at Suffolk University Law School based on scholarship achievement in undergraduate studies.
Paul R. McLaughlin Memorial Fellowship Fund
Established by friends and family in memory of Paul R. McLaughlin, JD '81, this fellowship is awarded annually to fund the summer internship of a Suffolk University Law School student who has a demonstrated desire to pursue a career in criminal law in the public sector. Second-year Day Division students or third-year Evening Division students with a concentration in criminal law are eligible to apply. See the Office of Career Development for requirements of the application process.
Dorothy McNamara Scholarship
Established by grateful alumni. This award is made to Suffolk University graduates who attend Suffolk University Law School.
Joseph A. Merenda Scholarship Fund
Established by Agostino Merenda in loving memory and honor of his father, Joseph A. Merenda, LLM '20, a Suffolk University Law School graduate, for the purpose of providing an annual scholarship to one or more students in financial need.
Kathleen and Andrew Meyer Centennial Scholarship
The fund was created to support qualified students whose economic circumstances might otherwise preclude their attendance at the Law School.
John Joseph Moakley, JD '56 Scholarship
The fund will be used to provide scholarship assistance to a deserving Suffolk University Law School student from any of the cities or towns in Massachusetts, with careful review of those included in the 9th Congressional District of Massachusetts, and with demonstrated financial need and show a commitment in the past or future to public service.
Alice Moore Trust Scholarship
This award was established by the estate of Alice and George Moore. The fund provides scholarship assistance to financially needy students entering their first year at Suffolk Law. Scholarship recipients must have a minimum 3.0 grade point average and demonstrate, through academics and extra-curricular activities, that they are well-rounded individuals who would likely succeed in the study of law.
Thomas B. Munro Memorial Scholarship
Established by James Munro, Jr., JD '67. In honor of his son, Thomas B. Munro, recipients of these awards must be students enrolled in the Evening Division of Suffolk University Law School.
Arnold and Edith Olsson Scholarship
Established by Suffolk University Law School through a gift from the estate of Edith and Arnold Olsson, JD '43. The scholarship supports one or more deserving law students in good academic standing and with demonstrated financial need.
Charles T. O'Neill and Mary Ellen Neylon Scholarship Fund
Established by Charels T. O'Neill, JD '76, and Mary Ellen Neylon, this fund is awarded to needy and academically qualified African American students from Boston. Preference is given to students entering their first year of law school or currently enrolled at Suffolk Law.
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