In October of 2012, the federal Legal Services Corporation published the Report of the Pro Bono Task Force and described the Pro Bono Collaborative as "one great example of how much can be accomplished through collaboration."
All applicants to the School of Law are considered for the Honors Program based upon their academic record and achievements, scores on the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT), and recommendations.
All incoming Honors Students receive substantial merit scholarships of at least 60% off our tuition of $33,792 that renew each year provided students remain in the top third of the class.
The Honors Program enrolls approximately 35 students each year.
A separate application is not required.