Law School Pipeline Program

The Law School Pipeline Program (LSPP) aims to reduce hurdles to law school enrollment for underrepresented students with the help of The Princeton Review, the nation’s leading Law School Admission Test (LSAT) preparation course provider. The program targets Michigan residents or undergraduate students applying to in-state law schools. The LSPP will provide full tuition scholarships towards ‘The Princeton Review’s LSAT Ultimate Course,’ which combines expert in-person instruction with 150 hours of online videos and drills, practice tests, and print materials.

This partnership between the WBF and The Princeton Review was created to increase the pipeline of underrepresented students pursuing legal careers in the state of Michigan by removing a financial obstacle, the cost of LSAT prep courses. WBF leadership designed the program in response to feedback regarding challenges some students face when applying to law school.

To be eligible for the scholarship, an applicant must be a Michigan resident or undergraduate student at a Michigan university. Applicants must also plan to apply for admission to a Michigan law school. Preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate financial need.