Investing in Legal Education

With the creation of the Soledad ’92 and Robert Hurst Horizon Scholarship Program, Yale Law School is poised to expand its financial aid to cover full tuition for those students in greatest financial need.

Already a leader in offering exclusively need-based financial aid to its students, Yale Law School (YLS) will lower the barriers to a best-in-class legal education even further by creating an endowed fund that will each year give between forty and fifty students with the greatest financial need the opportunity to attend completely tuition free.

Thanks to the generosity of Soledad Hurst ’92 JD and Robert Hurst, David Nierenberg ’75, ’78 JD and Patricia Nierenberg, and Gene Ludwig ’73 JD and Carol Ludwig, the school will be even more affordable for low-income students.

Read more about the Hurst Horizon Scholarship Program.

Share This Story

Facebook LinkedIn Twitter