Institute for Law and the Workplace Scholarships
Program in Labor and Employment Law
A variety of scholarships are made available to students in IIT Chicago-Kent's Program in Labor and Employment Law through the generosity of the Institute for Law and the Workplace's many members, alumni and friends. These include scholarships named for and funded by individuals and organizations, a general Law and the Workplace Scholarship Fund, an Organized Labor Scholarship Fund, several endowed scholarship funds, and special need-based scholarships for students participating in labor and employment law externships.
Students enrolled in the Program in Labor and Employment Law are eligible for scholarship support, based on academic performance, prior experience in labor and employment relations, and financial need.
There are four types of scholarships:
- Named Scholarships are supported by members of the Institute for Law and the Workplace. Current named scholarships include:
- Gary Bailey Scholarship
- Kyle Johansen Scholarship
- MPK Scholarship
- Thomas Posey Scholarship
- Engler Callaway Baastan & Sraga Scholarship
- Joshua Holleb Scholarship
- IUOE Local 150 Haymarket Square Scholarship
- Clark Baird Smith Scholarship
- Franczek Radelet Scholarship
- Illinois Fraternal Order of Police Scholarship in Honor of Thomas F. Sonneborn
- Indiana, Illinois, Iowa Foundation for Fair Contracting Scholarship
- Laner Muchin in Memory of Robert S. Letchinger
- Littler Mendelson Scholarship
- Louis Jackson Memorial Scholarships (funded by Jackson Lewis LLP)
- Neal, Gerber, Eisenberg Scholarship
- Burton S. Odelson Fellowship
- Ogletree Deakins Scholarship
- Seyfarth Shaw Scholarship
- SmithAmundsen Scholarship
- Stickler & Nelson Endowed Scholarship
- Law and the Workplace Scholarships are funded by Institute for Law and the Workplace members, alumni and friends of Chicago-Kent's labor law programs.
- Organized Labor Scholarships are funded by labor unions and union law firm members of the Institute for Law and the Workplace for students who have ties to organized labor.
- Externship Scholarships are provided to students enrolled in the labor/employment law externship and are awarded based on financial need.
Lawrence Doppelt Endowment, established in memory of Lawrence Doppelt, a labor law professor at Chicago-Kent, supports an annual scholarship to a student who has excelled in labor law.
Masters Family Endowment, established by the Honorable Edward Masters '72, provides support for Institute for Law and the Workplace programs
Kenneth M. Piper Endowment, established by Mrs. Kenneth M. Piper, honors the memory of her husband who was a senior labor relations executive with Motorola and Bausch & Lomb. The fund supports the annual Kenneth M. Piper Lecture.
Stickler & Nelson Endowment, established by the law firm, Stickler & Nelson, funds scholarships for students in the certificate program-
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