Posted March 16, 2019 09:48:12 A law school graduate could be eligible for a $1 million scholarship if she graduates from Harvard Law School, the Ivy League school where she studied law.

The law school’s law school program, called the National College Scholarship, is open to all students, but the deadline to apply is March 23.

The scholarship can only be used by students who graduated from the law school before Feb. 1, 2020.

The National College is one of the nation’s top law schools, but is not ranked among the top 100 law schools by U.S. News & World Report.

The scholarship was created in 2012 by Harvard Law dean Barbara A. Saccoccia to provide financial support to students who have made significant achievements in law school.

The program has about 4,400 applicants each year.

The maximum award is $1.9 million and can be used to pay for tuition, room and board, room, board and living expenses.

Saccoccias goal is to provide as many students as possible with scholarships that would enable them to pursue careers in their fields of study.

Applicants must be students of the same gender, have completed at least two years of legal education, and have a bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited law school by the deadline of the first application.

The deadline for applications to be considered for the scholarship is March 30.

Applicents must be from the same state or region as the applicant and have an acceptance letter from the applicant.

The applicant’s financial need and the value of her scholarship must be clearly stated in the application.

Applicers must have a high school equivalency grade or better.