2014 NAPABA Convention Scholarship Application Form

26th Annual NAPABA Convention
Phoenix/Scottsdale, AZ
November 6-9, 2014

NAPABA strives to keep the Convention affordable for our members and offers one of the best values among legal education conferences. NAPABA also maintains a scholarship fund to help further defray costs for attendees through registration fee waivers, travel stipends, and lodging stipends.

Scholarships are available only to individuals who are NAPABA members (either direct or affiliate) as of the application deadline, which is August 4, 2014. To become a NAPABA member, please visit www.napaba.org. If you are unsure about your membership status, you should verify your membership by contacting NAPABA at (202) 775-9555 before submitting a scholarship request form.

Submission of this application is not a guarantee of assistance. The decisions are final and not subject to appeal. Scholarships are non-transferable. Group applications will not be accepted. Please note that all monetary stipends shall be awarded in the form of reimbursements.

For scholarship application purposes, please use the early bird rates for NAPABA members, which will be:

Attorney: $595
Government/Judges/Public Interest: $325
Student: $150

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