Environmental and Natural Resources Law & Policy Program (ENRLP)
Stanford Law School offers not only traditional scholarships and loans to students with financial need, but also a variety of other financial aid programs, fellowships, and awards of particular interest to environmental students. Students who work in the public interest field after law school may compete for special job fellowships or take advantage of the Miles and Nancy Rubin Loan Forgiveness Program at Stanford Law School. Students planning to work for public interest organizations during the summer while attending law school may apply for grants and loans. Qualified students also may apply for Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Scholarships or for fellowships and research support from the Stanford Center on International Conflict and Negotiation. Finally, Stanford Law School offers writing awards with monetary prizes each year to students who write outstanding papers in a variety of areas, including environmental law and dispute resolution.