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july 2023 Bar exam Scholarship

Our 2023 Bar Exam Scholarship Application is LIVE! Please click on the link below to access the application, remember to follow all instructions. Submissions are due Friday May 5th. 



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The Nevada Latino Bar Association (the “LBA”) is proud to present its fourth annual ¡Andale! Scholarship.  According to the Hispanic National Bar Association, while making up 18% of the U.S. population, Latinos/Latinx/Hispanics comprise only 5% of the nation’s lawyers.  As part of its mission, the LBA is dedicated to increasing representation and diversity in the legal profession. An important part of meeting this goal is increasing the number of Latino/Latinx/Hispanic students entering law school.


A significant barrier for many Latino/Latinx/Hispanic college students who wish to attend law school is the inability to afford a preparation course for the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT).  Additionally, the costs associated with registering for the exam itself can present a financial barrier to aspiring law students.  The LSAT is a required exam for the majority of law schools in the country, and serves as a factor for admissions and scholarships.  Taking an LSAT preparation course can help students achieve higher LSAT scores and ultimately increase their chances of being accepted to law school.  With this in mind, the LBA organized the ¡Andale! 5Krace, which raises funds for scholarships to pay for Latino/Latinx/Hispanic college students and recent graduates to offset the costs of taking the LSAT and an LSAT preparation course.


The LBA ¡Andale! Scholarship includes registration for an LSAT prep course ($1,299 value), one LSAT examination application fee ($200 value), the Credential Assembly Service fee ($195 value), and one LSAT  law  school  report  ($45  value).    The  LBA  will  work  with  the  awardees  and  tender  payment  for  fees  directly  to  the LSAT prep course provider and reimburse students for the LSAT fees listed.


To be eligible, applicants must:


●Have earned, or be on track to earn by 2024, a Bachelor of Arts degree from an accredited four-year college or university (i.e., current seniors);  

●self-identify as Latino/Latinx/Hispanic;  

●be eligible to register and attend an LSAT prep course in 2023;

●plan to sit for the LSAT in 2023;

●plan to apply to law school for the 2023 or 2024 cohort (spring or fall); and

●demonstrate a financial need.

●Ties to Nevada are preferred but not required.

Deadline for Submission


Applications, headshots and transcripts must be submitted no later than by 11:59 p.m. PT on February 26, 2023, via email to: The applicant will receive a confirmation email within 2-3 days after submitting the application.  Please direct any questions regarding this scholarship to

2019 ¡Andale! Scholarship award winners:


Mario Jael Aguayo Oropeza

Areli Alarcon

Julio Ray Cisneros

Gabrielle Corona

Gabriela Dorado Martinez

Valeria Cecilia Gamez

Monserrath Hernandez

Natale Elizabeth Muro

Vincent Nava

Magaly Ereida Quezada

Mauro Quiroga Claros

America Reyes Marcos

Leslie Yukye Reyes

Julian Alfredo Sarabia

Kathia Linette Sotelo Calderon

Selena Torres

Rodrigo Vazquez




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