Learn more about the ABA-approved Paralegal Studies program in this video information session.
The San Francisco Legal Professionals Association (SFLPA) offers a scholarship in the amount of $1,000, in memory of SFLPA Life Member and Past President Alice O’Dell. Legal Professionals, Inc. (LPI) offers a scholarship in the amount of $2,000 for First Place and $1,000 for Second Place in memory of Eula Mae Jett.
For purposes of these scholarships, a career in the “legal field” shall be interpreted and defined as: (1) Legal Secretary, including Receptionist, (2) Legal Assistant/Paralegal, (3) Court Reporter, and (4) Law Office Administration.
There are three different levels for the scholarships awarded. The details and categories are outlined below:
In addition all scholarships under each category are applicable to California residents only.
Required documents for both applications: scholarship application forms, a biographical letter, an unofficial school transcript, and a resume (if applicable). Documents must be typewritten and submitted in triplicate no later than April 1, 2022. All applications should be mailed to SFLPA’s Scholarship Chairman at the following address:
c/o San Francisco Legal Professionals Association
P.O. Box 2582
San Francisco, CA
Get all the details on the SFLPA/LPI Scholarships (PDF) flyer.
For more information contact Felicia Masters at firstname.lastname@example.org or (916) 715-2166.
Apply now for the David Goldstein Memorial Scholarship for Criminal Law Students. The deadline to apply for spring 2022 is Friday, April 22, 2022. The David Goldstein Memorial Scholarship for Criminal Law Students was established in honor of our long-time criminal law teacher. It is open to SF State Paralegal Studies students planning a career in criminal law and to international students. The scholarship awards two $3,000 scholarships in the fall and spring semesters. Learn more about the David Goldstein Memorial Scholarship and how to apply.
The Board of Directors of the San Francisco Paralegal Association (SFPA) honored our own program specialist, Eduardo Cerpa, with a certificate of appreciation for his years of service to legal education and helping others pursue their careers. Congratulations, Eduardo!