I appreciate your suggestion but I am trying to use student loans as a last resort. Also no it wasn't late, I am just a little extraordinary in naming myself. I am really just trying to get some ideas where to look for grants and scholarships, because the few places I have found are really lame and just trying to gather info. But really, thanks for replying.
Although it was curt and followed with a somewhat odd question, student loans are what you need to be looking at. Honestly, if you don't think you can take on $60K in student loan debt and pay it off as an attorney, then you really shouldn't be an attorney. My last car loan was for something like $45,000. I got 6 years to pay it off.
Like you, I shunned student loans for most of my life. It was nice, but the bottom line is if that's the only way to pay for law school, that's the only way to pay for law school. Period. End of story. How bad do you want it? Despite what some folks say, there isn't this treasure trove of unclaimed scholarship money out there just waiting for people to access it. The few scholarships that go unclaimed are usually not for a lot of money, anyway.
If you want to be an attorney, you should want to be a successful one and successful ones tend to be well-paid.
If you don't want to make the sacrifices, you won't get to be an attorney. Pretty much, it's as simple as that.