Gerard F. Doherty, JD '60, and Marilyn Doherty Centennial Scholarship
Established by Gerard F. Doherty as a Centennial Scholarship, the award will be given to one or more deserving students enrolled in Suffolk University Law School with demonstrated financial need. The director of financial aid at Suffolk University Law School will select the recipients.
Frank J. Donahue Memorial
Established by the family and friends of the late Judge Donahue. The income from the fund is used to provide support for needy students.
Thomas J. Drinan Memorial Fellowship
Established by family and friends in memory of Thomas J. Drinan, JD '76, this fellowship is awarded annually to fund the ten-week summer internship of a Suffolk University Law School student who has demonstrated a desire to work in a Massachusetts public office engaged in the prosecution or defense of criminal cases. See the Office of Career Development for requirements of the application process.
John J. Droney Scholarship
Established by family and friends in memory of John J. Droney, JD '42, LLM '47. This award is made to a deserving Evening Division law student wishing to enter the criminal law field, particularly as a prosecutor.
Dennis M. Duggan, Jr., JD '78 Scholarship Fund
Scholarships may be awarded to any deserving Suffolk University Law School student with demonstrated financial need, regardless of their current year of enrollment.
J. Newton Esdaile Scholarship
Established by J. Newton Esdaile, LLD '88, family and friends to provide scholarship assistance to deserving law students.
Established as a lasting tribute to Isaac Feder; his parents, Mollie and Samuel Feder; his sister, Jeanette Feder; Arthur A. Wechsler; and his son Jay R. Wechsler. The scholarship will assist students whose economic circumstances might otherwise preclude their attendance at the Law School. Preference will be given to students who are from Israel; who are Jewish; who are residents of Florida; or who are of Cuban descent.
John E. Fenton, Jr. Public Service Fellowships
The John E. Fenton, Jr. Public Service Fellowships were created to honor Judge Fenton's 45 year legacy of teaching and leadership at Suffolk University Law School. The award is given annually to fund students pursuing public interest careers. Awards will be given to graduating students contingent upon the recipient obtaining employment with a qualifying public service employer within one year of graduation. A separate application for this award is required during the academic year.
John E. Fenton, Jr. Scholarship Fund
Established by family and friends as a lasting tribute to Judge Fenton's career of public service and his distinguished tenure as a member of the Suffolk Law School faculty. The scholarship assists a deserving law student with preference given to residents of the greater Lawrence, Massachusetts area.
John E. Fenton, Jr. and Theresa A. Fenton Scholarship Endowment Fund
Awards will be made to one or more deserving students with demonstrated financial need who are from the greater Lawrence area, including Lawrence, Methuen, Andover and North Andover.
John E. Fenton, Sr. Scholarship
Established by family and friends to provide scholarship assistance to law students.
Daniel J. Fern Award
Established by Daniel J. Fern, JD '31, this award is given annually at graduation to the students in the Day and Evening Divisions who have demonstrated academic excellence by sustaining the highest cumulative averages during their course of study at Suffolk University Law School.
Foley Hoag LLP Centennial Scholarship Fund
Established in 2005 by Paul V. Lyons, Esq., partner at Foley Hoag LLP, as part of the Centennial Scholarship Program, awards will be made to one or more deserving students enrolled at Suffolk University Law School who will be selected by the director of financial aid for their distinguished academic performance. Foley Hoag LLP Centennial Scholarships will be based on merit, not financial need.
Alfred Ford Scholarship
Established through the Margaret E. Ford Trust to honor her father, Alfred, the fund is to provide aid to deserving students at Suffolk University studying law and/or journalism.
Professor Charles B. Garabedian Memorial Scholarship
Established by family and friends in his memory. Awarded to academically qualified and deserving students on the basis of financial need who are entering their third year of study.
Paul A. Gargano Scholarship
Paul A. Gargano, BA '60, JD '63, established this fund to provide financial assistance to Law School students whose economic circumstances might otherwise preclude their attendance at the Law School.
Elizabeth and Russell A. Gaudreau, Jr. Centennial Scholarship
The annual income from this fund will be used to assist an academically qualified Suffolk University Law School student with demonstrated financial need.
Joseph P. Geary Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship fund was established by family and friends in memory of Joseph P. Geary. The fund provides scholarship assistance to a second- or third-year Law School student from the Greater Lowell area. The recipient is selected by the Geary Scholarship Committee.
John A. Gifford Scholarship
This scholarship fund was established in memory of John A. Gifford, JD '36. The income of the fund will be used annually to fund one partial tuition scholarship for a full-time Law School student. The funds will be awarded based on need.
Roland E. Gingras Scholarship
This scholarship fund was established in memory of Roland E. Gingras, JD '44, by the estate of his sister, Jeanne D. Gingras. Scholarships are awarded to academically qualified and deserving students on the basis of financial need.
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