Financial Hardship Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: Marino Institute for Continuing Legal Education (MICLE) will make the decision on granting financial hardship scholarships. 10% of all available seats per event will be reserved for financial hardship scholarships. Scholarships are available for all attorneys. Attorneys who have been admitted to practice in any state and who are unemployed, employees in the public sector demonstrating need, attorneys who can establish financial hardship in a Statement of Need, or earning less than $50,000.00 may be granted financial hardship scholarships. MICLE will evaluate all other applications based upon the following criteria: all sources of applicant’s income, all sources of applicant’s debts, applicant’s past employment, applicant’s present employment, number of applicant’s dependents, and any other considerations that demonstrate applicant’s financial hardship.
Financial Hardship Scholarship Application Procedures:
- Scholarships may be applied only toward tuition for attending the seminar. (Individuals receiving scholarships are responsible for other costs in connection with attending a seminar.)
- A completed Scholarship Application Form and the Statement of Need letter must be received by the Marino Institute for Continuing Legal Education no later than two (2) weeks prior to the start of the lecture weekend.
- A written reply from the Director of MICLE will be forwarded prior to the start of the seminar. Please contact MICLE if a reply is not received one (1) week prior to the start of the seminar.
- Scholarships will not be granted retroactively and applications will not be considered after the deadline.
Note: Scholarship applicants are urged to apply early.
If you wish to apply for a scholarship, please fill out the form below:
Scholarship Application Form
Financial assistance for CLE programs is based on financial hardship and may be granted by Marino Legal to those attorneys who are unemployed, employees in the public sector demonstrating need, attorneys who can establish financial hardship in a Statement of Need, and attorneys earning less than $50,000.00. I am requesting a scholarship to attend the below stated CLE event due to financial hardship. The following information is submitted in support of my request: