Costs and Aid: Scholarships & Financial Aid

Golden Gate Bridge

GGU Law administers a full range of programs including scholarships, federal work study, federal loans, and private loans to help students fund their legal education.


  • All applicants to GGU Law are automatically considered for Merit Scholarship Awards. Entering merit scholarships include full-tuition Presidential and Dean's Scholarships and partial-tuition Faculty Scholarships awarded in varying amounts.
  • GGU Law proudly participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program, a provision of the Post-9/11 GI Bill®.
  • The California Scholars Program awards special scholarships to select graduates of California's public university systems. All applicants from UC and CSU campuses are automatically considered for these awards.
  • Our Public Interest Scholars Program and Environmental Law Scholars Program award special scholarships to qualified applicants pursuing careers in public interest or environmental law.
  • Our Fellowship Program awards specialty scholarships in six different areas of interests, combined with a unique mentorship component. The areas of interest include: Intellectual Property Law Fellowship, Environmental Law Fellowship, Breaking-In Fellowship (Workplace Re-entry), Social Justice Fellowship (Public Interest), LGBTQ Scholar-Activist Fellowship, and Leadership Through the Law Dean's Fellowship.
  • Federal Financial Aid is available to eligible applicants.


All applicants to the Graduate Law Programs (LLM & SJD programs) are automatically considered for merit scholarship awards on the basis of their application. Entering merit scholarships include partial-tuition scholarships.



Federal Financial Aid is available to eligible applicants.

Tuition & Fees for LLM Program

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