The Southern California Association of Law Libraries’ (SCALL) Scholarship would like to reward current library school students who hold promise of future involvement in the law library profession. The number of awards granted and amount of each award varies depending on current funding of the scholarship committee.
The applicant must demonstrate a sincere interest in law librarianship, live in Southern California (see below), and be a currently enrolled graduate student in either the UCLA Department of Information Studies or a distance library school program. (The geographical boundaries of SCALL are generally understood to extend from the northern boundary of San Luis Obispo County to the Mexican Border and to reach as far east as the California/Nevada/Arizona boundary. Scholarship applicants must live within these boundaries to be eligible for consideration.)
Please revisit the SCALL website in early January to download the scholarship application form and to confirm the exact deadline for applications. The scholarship application form is typically available for download at the SCALL website in early January, and the deadline for submitting an application is approximately mid-February.
For more information, visit the SCALL website.