Opportunities & Aid
2023-2024 FAFSA Application is Open
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the 2023-2024 academic year is available.
The Office of Student Financial Aid will send any requests for additional documentation to students’ Marquette email addresses. Students will have 30 days to complete this request to ensure timely processing and full consideration for financial assistance. Missing documents can also be viewed on the to-do list under the Financial Aid tile on CheckMarq.
For more information, review the Step by Step Guide to Applying for Financial Aid along with these key steps for applying for financial aid.
Questions can be directed to Marquette Central (414.288.4000).Contact: Marquette Central
Ethics in Sports Law Writing Competition and Award
Created in 2017 and supported by the generosity of the National Sports Law Institute Board of Advisors member Anne Wall, the “Ethics in Sports Law Award” recognizes the Marquette University Law School student who writes the best essay on a current ethical dilemma in amateur or professional sports as selected by the Competition Review Committee.
The winner of the competition receives a monetary award and will be recognized at the Annual Sports Law Awards ceremony on Friday, April 28, 2023.
Submissions are due Monday, March 27, 2023. Complete details on the competition can be reviewed by clicking here.Contact: Paul Anderson
Free Financial Education Sessions with AccessLex
Have you logged into your free AccessLex AskEDNA account recently? Marquette Law School partners with AccessLex's MAX program to provide our law students with free access to financial-education programming designed specifically for law students by law students. If you missed out on Financial Wellness Week, here are more opportunities for you to take advantage.
The next MAX by AccessLex® scholarship drawing is just around the corner! You can earn multiple entries by logging into Ask EDNA! – The Education Network at AccessLex, and completing your MAX personal Finance course now:
- 1L Students – Financial Foundations
- 2L Students – Crafting Your Legal Career
- 3L Students – Life After Law School
You’ll also see recommendations for two webinars in each course. Register and attend those, or any other webinars that look interesting to you, for additional entries.Contact: Dean Fodor
EDWBA Annual Terence T. Evans Humor and Creativity in Law Competition
Annual Terence T. Evans Humor and Creativity in Law Competition
Humor us with a submission to the Tenth Annual Terence T. Evans Humor and Creativity in Law Competition. You can submit almost anything – a brief, a poem, a blog entry, a really good letter – as long as it relates to the law and, of course, contains a bit of humor.
The submission deadline is April 15, 2023. The competition winners will be celebrated at the EDWBA's Annual Meeting & Presentation on May 25th. Additional contest details can be found here.Contact: Katy Borowski
Professor Scoville Seeks a Research Assistant
Professor Scoville is looking for a research assistant to help him with a project on U.S. state agreements with foreign governments. In the short-term, the work will consist of typing into a Word document the text of a chapter of an old German treatise on international law. Knowledge of German is not necessary, but it may be helpful. Estimated time to complete the project is roughly three hours, and the project is for pay, not course credit. Other related projects may also arise on occasion over the long-term if the student remains interested and available.
Those interested should contact Professor Scoville at firstname.lastname@example.org.Contact: Ryan Scoville
Design Your Own Public Interest Law FellowshipThursday, April 6, 2023 - 12:00pm • Zoom
Designing your own Fellowship project presents a unique opportunity for you to create your dream job. Join Equal Justice Works on Thursday, April 6 from noon to 1:00 p.m. to learn more about this opportunity to leverage your law degree in service of a community or cause of your choice! Click here to join the meeting on April 6.
For more information, visit Equal Justice Works.Contact: Dean Schultz