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Reducing the financial burden of a legal education.


BLSA Canada recognizes that the cost of law school is prohibitive to many racialized students.  BLSA Cares has established a scholarship fund to help reduce the financial burden of a legal education.



Law school is an extremely expensive endeavor and every bit helps. BLSACares is proud to open scholarship applications to students who self-identify as black and are either a) currently enrolled or who have been accepted into a JD/LLB program at any Canadian law school, or b) have completed a minimum of three years at a recognized university in a program leading to a law degree.


Sponsoring a student is an excellent way to support the Black legal community. As we all know, Black people are significantly underrepresented at all levels of the legal profession, from students to senior partners. A donation to the BLSACares scholarship fund is a step in the right direction. Every dollar the BLSAC gives out translates into valuable time spent focusing on schooling and all-important grades, rather than on finances.  If you are interested in making a donation, please click the link below and a BLSAC executive will contact you with more information.

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