Amelia Peabody Scholarship
Established by the Amelia Peabody Charitable Fund. The award provides scholarship assistance to deserving law students in the Day Division of the Law School.
Stephen Peters Scholarship
Awarded to law students demonstrating financial need.
The Irving J. Pinta Memorial Award
This award was established in memory of Irving J. Pinta, JD '53, by his family. The scholarship will be awarded to a student with financial need who has completed the second year Day Division or the third year Evening Division and has been selected to represent Suffolk Law on one of the following national Teams: National Moot Court, National Patent Law, National Tax Law, International Law, or National Trial.
R. Natalie and Leonard Poretsky Scholarship
Established by R. Natalie and Leonard Poretsky, JD '27, to provide scholarship assistance to deserving law students.
Winfield S. Quimby Scholarship
This fund was established by the estate of Winfield S. Quimby to provide scholarship assistance to worthy and needy Law School students.
Ronald J. Resmini, JD '68, established this scholarship to benefit promising students from Rhode Island with significant financial need. Mr. Resmini clerked for Rhode Island Supreme Court Justice William E. Powers prior to entering into general practice. Among his many professional accomplishments, Mr. Resmini has been a prolific author, notable lecturer, and a fellow of the Rhode Island Bar Foundation. He feels greatly indebted to Suffolk Law School, particularly former Deans John E. Fenton and John F. X. O'Brien, for providing him with the inspiration to excel personally and professionally.
Barbara Phyllis Robinson Scholarship
Established by Bertram and Phoebe Robinson in memory of their daughter, Barbara Phyllis Robinson, JD '81. Awards will be made to one or more female students enrolled in Suffolk University Law School who demonstrate financial need and outstanding academic ability. Preference will be given to a student concentrating on law related to the technology field.
Sidney J. Rosenthal Scholarship
This scholarship fund was established by Sidney J. Rosenthal, AA '55, JD '56. This fund provides financial assistance annually to worthy and needy students who are enrolled at Suffolk University Law School. The recipient(s) of the scholarship are selected by the Dean of the Law School.
C. Edward Rowe Scholarship
Funds from this scholarship are awarded to worthy and needy Suffolk University Law School students in honor of Judge Rowe, a long-time member of the Board of Trustees and distinguished alumnus of the Law School.
David J. Sargent Fellowship
The David J. Sargent Fellowship program was established as a lasting tribute to former dean and University President Emeritus David J. Sargent's contributions and continuing commitment to the advancement of quality legal education, not only at Suffolk University Law School, but regionally, nationally and internationally. Scholarship recipients are chosen by the Admissions Committee based upon outstanding academic credentials and superior aptitude for the study of law. Scholarships are awarded to students upon enrolling at the Law School, and each year thereafter, providing academic achievement is maintained.
Lewis A. Sassoon Scholarship
Established by Lewis A. Sassoon, JD '69, to provide scholarship awards to worthy law students from New York State.
Joseph and Esther Schneider Scholarship
Established by Mr. and Mrs. Schneider to provide scholarship assistance to deserving law students with a preference given to the Evening Division.
Donald J. Scott Scholarship
Established by Donald J. Scott, Esq., JD '41, to provide scholarship assistance to deservng students who demonstrate financial need in any of the three schools of Suffolk University.
Abner R. and Harriet H. Sisson Scholarship
Established by Abner R. Sisson, LLB '28, LLD '86. Income to be used to award scholarships to deserving law students.
Paul T. Smith Scholarship
Established in memory of a distinguished graduate and trustee of Suffolk University by family and friends. Income to be used to award scholarship assistance to deserving law students.
Sokoloff Intellectual Property Award
Established by Stanley W. Sokoloff, JD '66, to provide financial assistance to a graduating law student in the intellectual property concentration. The ideal candidate will be ethically sensitive and highly regarded by his/her faculty and peers and demonsrtate high academic achievement. The award will be presented in the student's final year of study.
Peter Sorgi Scholarship
Established by Peter Sorgi. This fund is to be used for scholarship assistance to deserving law students.
Established by the late Louis Steinberg. This scholarship is given to the fourth year student in the Evening Division who has achieved the highest cumulative average for the three preceding years.
Student Bar Association Scholarship Fund
Funds are awarded to worthy and needy students. A separate application is required for this scholarship during the academic year.
Charles W. and Anne L. Sullivan Family Scholarship
Established by Charles W. and Anne L. Sullivan and family to provide for scholarship awards to deserving law students.
Established in honor of Richard J. Trifiro, JD '57, LLD '87, and David J. Sargent, JD '54, to provide financial assistance to worthy and needy students enrolled at Suffolk University Law School.
Charlotte Rice Warnock Scholarship
Established by Robert W. Casby, JD '82, in remembrance of his mother and in support of Suffolk University Law School. The scholarship is for a female student at Suffolk Law School who is also a single mother. When possible, preference is to be given to a Canadian.
Harold and Edith Widett Scholarship Fund
Awards from this fund will be used for scholarships to academically qualified and deserving students on the basis of financial need.
Gregg J. Wilson Scholarship
This award was established in honor of Gregg Wilson, JD '84, by his father, John Wilson, and his family to support one or more deserving law students with demonstrated financial need.
The Leo Wyman Memorial Fund
Established in memory of Leo Wyman, JD '18, and awarded annually at graduation to a Day and an Evening student whom the faculty identify as having demonstrated dedication to the advancement of the civic and professional responsibilities of a lawyer.
Zerola Family Centennial Scholarship Fund
The scholarship fund will be used to assist academically qualified Suffolk University Law School student(s) with demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to students who were formally in foster care or like agencies of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; then to students who were in foster care in any state; then to stduents from single parent families or who were in the care of relatives/guardians and not parents; then to students who were without a traditional family support structure.