Scholarship Makes Law Education Inclusive
The scholarships secure financial worries for the most needy students during their law studies and open up a world of possibilities so that they can be a powerful force for change in society.
“Education is not a preparation for life; education is life itself– John Dewey. Law as a career is becoming more popular and lucrative, but the cost of education is rising. The rising cost of legal education has created barriers between the haves and The poors.
If you are looking for law school scholarships, you will find answers in terms of scholarships for female law students, law scholarships for minorities, law scholarships for international students and undergraduate scholarships. cycle in law for African students. Having such results online brings us to the main question – where did we go wrong, what is really missing in higher education, what course correction do we need to activate talent and the world is it just for people who don’t have one?
A welcome step was the 103rd Constitutional Amendment bringing in a 10% reserve for economically weaker sections (EWS). Other programs such as Central Sector Scholarship Programs, Aditya Birla Group Scholarship Program, Quill Foundation Scholarship, IDIA, etc.
In 2022, LSAC Global multiplied the number of scholarships by several times to further remove barriers to accessing quality legal education, NLSIU has a financial aid policy and a list of external scholarships on its website and the faculty of right IFIM offers offers based on merit and merit. cum stands for Basic Scholarships (EWS). The CLAT/LSAT India/other Law Entrance Examinations application fee will be reduced to zero for law school aspirants with financial constraints. This will create real inclusion and diversity.
“We are committed to opening our doors to the students who have the most to gain from this school and the most to give to the world, regardless of their means”, – Dean Heather K Gerken, Yale Law School.
There are many scholarships offered by the best law schools in the world and applied by law students to achieve their higher education goals, but when it comes to India, their opportunities are limited. The scholarships secure financial worries for the most needy students during their law studies and open up a world of possibilities so that they can be a powerful force for change in society.
Education is the most powerful weapon to tackle most of the world’s problems (Anand Kumar, Super 30). If you watched the movie Super 30, you will remember that the opportunity poverty snatched away from Anand was his desire to study at Cambridge due to lack of funds. This is just one of the cases we know of and have seen. There are thousands of Anand Kumar destined to make it big but lack funds to enter institutions of higher learning.
The acres of campus, the large cafeteria, the world-class infrastructure also need deserving children, if these children come from families with financial constraints, it is time – we have set up a scholarship for young legal minds under under the aegis of the Bar Council of India. An online portal is expected to be launched with the ability to donate money and apply for scholarships. The CSR of top law firms should be promoted towards this scholarship. The best lawyers in the country and top academics should come to establish law school grants/funds/scholarships. This will ensure a greater diversity of students in law schools. The country would not have had an Ambedkar without the Maharaja of Baroda Sayajirao Gaekwad. The philanthropy of industry, the bar and academics like Vice Chancellors, Deans and Chancellors should be instituted without fail to ensure that the legal talent of this country receives the best legal education.
“Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family-Kofi Annan
It is now.