Law School Loan Repayment Assistance Programs

Updated Resource | 04/19/2011

Comprehensive information about Law School Loan Repayment Assistance Programs including which law schools have programs, how the programs work, and how to start or expand a law school based Loan Repayment Assistance Program. Tools include searchable data, a model program, podcasts and an interactive forum.

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Law school-based Loan Repayment Assistance Programs exist at more than 100 law schools, providing financial aid to graduates who have educational debt and take low-paying jobs. Most programs are designed with the goal of enabling law graduates to enter public interest and government work. A graduate of a law school with a Loan Repayment Assistance Program can apply for and receive funds from the program to help with his or her student loan repayment.

List of Law School LRAPs

Loan repayment assistance programs (LRAPs) provide financial aid to law school graduates working in the public interest sector, government or other low-paying legal fields. Use this list to find law schools that offer loan repayment assistance programs.

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External Links & Resources: 
  • Official Revenue Ruling stating most law school-based loan forgiveness programs meet the requirement of 108(f) and will not be taxed.
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