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The late Rev. Rodney B. Pulliam Sr.
The late Rev. Rodney B. Pulliam Sr.

Rodney Pulliam Memorial Scholarship

The National Board of the National Black Law Student Association is pleased to announce the Rodney Pulliam Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship is in honor of the late Rodney Pulliam, who served as the 1998- 1999 NBLSA National Chair.  To be eligible for this award, entrants must be a 3rd year or 4th year law student graduating Spring 2016. Two scholarships for $1,250.


Sandy Brown Memorial Scholarship

The National Board of the National Black Law Students Association is pleased to announce the annual Sandy Brown Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship is named after the late Sandy Brown, a past NBLSA western regional director and will be given in her honor. To be eligible for this award, entrants must currently be in their first or second year of law school. Two scholarships for $1,250.Student


NBLSA Outstanding Student Leader Scholarship

The National Board of the National Black Law Students Association is pleased to announce the annual NBLSA Outstanding Student Leader Scholarship. The purpose of this award is to recognize the NBLSA member who has excelled academically, in addition to being active in their BLSA chapter and community. To be eligible for this award, entrants must be first, second, third or fourth year law students. One scholarship for $2,500.


Nelson Mandela Scholarship

Nelson Mandela
Nelson Mandela

The scholarship is offered exclusively to two (2) Pre-Law Division members to be applied towards law school expenses. Scholarship recipients will travel to NBLSA’s National Convention to accept their awards and will receive two nights of complimentary hotel accommodations. Five $500 scholarships.


Eric Garner Memorial Scholarship

The late Eric Garner

 

The National Board of the National Black Law Student Association is pleased to announce the Eric Garner Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship is in honor of the late Eric Garner, who was a victim of police brutality by the New York Police Department.  To be eligible for this award, entrants must be a first, second, or third-year student. Two scholarships for $500.


 

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