Pre-Law Fellowship Application

Applications are currently closed.

 

Application Opens: September 25, 2023

Application Deadline: January 31, 2024

The Utah Center for Legal Inclusion (UCLI) is pleased to open applications for the 2024 UCLI and Kirton McConkie Pre-Law Fellowship. The Pre-Law Fellowship aims to support up to ten individuals seriously interested in the study of law. The Fellowship includes an enrichment series of ten seminars on topics related to law school, the legal field, and law school application; access to a designated attorney mentor and law student mentor; a fully paid LSAT course; and reimbursement of any related expenses, such as law school applications, LSAT test fees, and travel to attend the seminars. The first seminar of the enrichment series will be held in March 2024; they will then be held on a monthly basis through December 2024. For more information, click here

Thank You to our 2024 Pre-Law Fellowship Sponsors:

Kirton McConkie, Champion Sponsor

Kirton McConkie is Utah’s premier full-service law firm with five locations and more than 160 award-winning attorneys who successfully represent clients with their intellectual property, business, real estate, construction, healthcare, international, employment, litigation, tax, and estate planning needs. Our clients count on us for day-to-day legal counsel, practical negotiations, and helping optimize business growth. Regardless of a company’s size or the challenge at hand, we offer a cost-conscious attitude and excellent client service. We not only know the law, but we also understand successful business and community.

 

 

Law School Admission Council, Inc. (LSAC)

LSAC is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to advance law and justice by promoting access, equity, and fairness in law school admission and supporting the learning journey from prelaw through practice. LSAC provides products and services that support candidates and schools throughout the law school admission process, and innovative solutions to expand and diversify the range of prelaw students, enhance student outcomes in law school, and support legal professionals throughout their careers.

*This project received funding from the Law School Admission Council, Inc. (LSAC).  The opinions and conclusions contained in this document are the opinions and conclusions of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the position or policy of LSAC.*

 

 

Utah Bar Foundation

The Utah Bar Foundation (UBF) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 charitable organization. UBF was organized in 1963 with a mission to: promote legal education and increase the knowledge and awareness of the law in Utah; assist in providing legal services to lower income Utahns; improve the administration of justice; and serve other worthwhile law-related public purposes.

 

 

University of Utah Office of General Counsel, Supporting Sponsor