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Alumni and other friends of Tulane Law School have donated funds in honor of or in memory of individuals and families for the purpose of providing scholarship support to Tulane law students.  The scholarship funds listed below are used to assist eligible and deserving students with the cost of attending Tulane Law School.


The Stanley W. Ray Jr. Philanthropic and Civic Trust Scholarships

Created in 1990, this scholarship program was established through the generosity of the late Stanley W. Ray Jr., a 1941 graduate of Tulane Law School who had been a basketball athlete and editor of the campus newspaper while an undergraduate at Tulane.  Tulane Law School nominates incoming students each year, with the final selection made by the trustees of The Stanley W. Ray Jr. Philanthropic and Civic Trust.  The primary criterion for nomination is financial need, but the trustees will give special consideration to students who have lost one or both parents, who have lettered in basketball as Tulane undergraduates, and whose homes are in Louisiana.

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