The Hudson County Bar Foundation will award scholarships to students who are attending law school or who have been accepted to law school for the coming September term.
The Hudson County Bar Foundation Scholarship Fund is one of the oldest providers of financial assistance to Hudson County law students. Esteemed members and families of the Hudson County legal community have funded these 44 scholarships.Students must be bona fide residents of Hudson County; must demonstrate financial need; must provide two (2) current Letters of Recommendation and must account for appropriate academic standards.For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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