Although this isn't scholarship information per se, I do have a couple suggestions for those of us looking for $ scholarship money.
1. Check with your local Bar association (i.e. your state or county Bar). I've found a few good ones and I know there are probably quite a few out there for every part of the country.
2. Sometimes state appeals and supreme courts, as well as district courts will have memorial scholarships. If you find the website associated with whatever court and do a search, there may be a couple. I found a couple that
3. Sometimes your parents' companies might offer scholarships to children of employees.
4. There's no need to buy those giant Peterson's or Kaplan guides from Amazon or B&N when you can just take them out from the library.
5. The county prosecutor's office often has scholarships too.
6. Definitely, definitely check out individual firms' sites, regardless of whether you're interested in that firm or even in business law. There's a good number of firms with a vested interest in diversity that have scholarships specifically geared to minority law students.
Hope I've helped.