Scholarship Opportunities at Diversity Scholarship Foundation
A multi-awarded judge, Megan Goldish presides over cases in the Cook County, Illinois Domestic Violence Court. She is actively involved in various nonprofit organizations and is an adjunct law professor. Judge Megan Goldish mentors several law students, including a first-generation student via the Diversity Scholarship Foundation (DSF).
Founded by dedicated judges and attorneys, DSF believes diversity in law student bodies is an avenue to securing greater legal community diversification. The foundation’s legal community endeavors to raise the required funds to serve a growing number of scholarships yearly. The scholarships available assist public service-oriented students and legal community leaders and achievers.
Open to those committed to a legal community that reflects the community at large, all Wisconsin, Indiana, and Illinois law students are encouraged to apply. The scholarships offered are the Leaders & Achievers Scholarship Award, the LSAT Scholarship Award, the Law Student with Disability Award, and the Bar Exam Preparation Scholarship Award. For more detailed information on the scholarships and DSF, please visit www.diversitychicago.org.