Tuition & Financial Aid
Stanford Law School is committed to providing financial assistance — a combination of tuition fellowships, government loans, and private loans — to students who would otherwise be unable to pursue a Stanford legal education. Based on demonstrated financial need, aid is provided to nearly 80 percent of students, with the average fellowship portion per student reaching an estimated $25,000 annually. Annual fellowships, funding for summer work, and generous loan repayment options may be awarded to students who choose public service careers.
Tuition fellowships or loans are available to help finance a three year program of study.
There are a variety of scholarships, grants, and fellowships available for advanced degree applicants.
Stanford Law School's Miles and Nancy Rubin Loan Repayment Assistance Program provides financial aid to graduates who pursue public interest or government service careers.