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I believe that international students are generally not eligible for scholarships, but is this factually correct? Has anyone here as a Canadian (albeit I'm a naturalised citizen) received scholarships from American law schools? I'm particularly interested in Northwestern. 

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I personally received a entrance scholarship based on merit alone. I did not attend a T-14 though. So I guess it depends on the school. Most will offer merit scholarships, while others will only offer need based financial aid. For the latter, you would need to be a US resident. Based what I saw on Northwestern's site, you have to submit a financial aid application for consideration of both merit and need based. It's best to call the school(s) yourself. You'll probably get better information from your calls then from this site. Also try top-law-schools.com. When I was applying, I remember there being a section for Canadians applying to American schools. 

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canadian with a t14 full ride right now. Canadians are eligible for merit scholarships. Need based aid and some of the loan repayment stuff is another story.  

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canadian with a t14 full ride right now. Canadians are eligible for merit scholarships. Need based aid and some of the loan repayment stuff is another story.  

 

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You'll be eligible for need based aid and income-dependent loan repayment at HLS (and I think YLS and SLS)

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