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Law School Provides Scholarships to All Incoming Students



Posted October 26, 2010 02:14 PM

Law School Provides Scholarships to All Incoming Students
Law School Provides Scholarships to All Incoming Students
More than $168 billion in financial aid was available to degree seekers during the 2008-2009 academic year, according to Sallie Mae, a provider of student loans. Much of this funding was given to students by universities that sought to attract learners who demonstrated academic excellence and financial need.

In a recent press release, the University of California-Irvine School of Law (UCI Law) recently announced that it will provide scholarships of at least one-third tuition to each member of its next class of students in order to continue to attract high-caliber students.

The scholarships, which will cover all three years of law school for the Class of 2014, are funded by private donations, including a gift from Mark P. Robinson Jr., chair of the Dean's Advisory Council and senior partner at Robinson, Calcagnie and Robinson in Newport Beach, California.

"Because of the generosity of Mark Robinson and others, UCI Law will continue to provide generous scholarships to help us attract top-quality students," said dean Erwin Chemerinsky. "These scholarships will also help reduce the debt burdens of our students by the time they are ready to pursue careers in law and public service."

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