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Nebraska Loan Repayment Assistance Program

Who It’s For: Attorneys in Nebraska who meet the program guidelines. How to Apply: You can find their application materials here, but it hasn't been updated since 2021. What Loans Qualify: Loans that were used to pay for a juris doctor. How Much?: Up…

Louisiana Loan Repayment Assistance Program

Who It’s For: Attorneys in Louisiana who meet the program guidelines. How to Apply: You can find their application materials here, though they only accept applications during a limited period of time each year. What Loans Qualify: Loans that were used to pay for…

District of Columbia Loan Repayment Assistance Program

Who It’s For: Qualified attorneys working for an eligible employer in the District of Columbia How to Apply: You can find application information on their website. What Loans Qualify: All educational loans. How Much?: Up to $12,000 per year Anything…

Virginia Loan Commonwealth Plan (VLCP)

Who It’s For: Graduates of the University of Virginia School of Law who work in private practice in the Commonwealth of Virginia, focusing on an underserved part of the Commonwealth. How to Apply: Applications are available on the program website. What Loans Qualify: Any…

Virginia Loan Forgiveness Program (VLFP)

Who It’s For: Graduates of the University of Virginia School of Law working in public service positions. How to Apply: Applications are available on the program website. What Loans Qualify: Any federal student loan used for law school. How Much?: The amounts vary based…

Florida Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP)

Who It’s For: Florida attorneys employed on a full-time basis or at least 50% FTE part time basis by a civil legal aid organization currently receiving a grant from the Florida Bar Foundation. How to Apply: Online applications will be available one…

School-Specific Legal Loan Repayment Programs

Who It’s For: Alumni of various law schools who make a commitment to work in the public interest. How to Apply: The applications are available via each school. What Loans Qualify: Any federal student loan. How Much?: Varies by school  

Joyce Halsey Arizona Legal Legacy Loan Repayment Program

Who It’s For: Law school graduates employed in programs dedicated to serving the civil legal needs of low income Arizonans. How to Apply: Contact Chris.Groninger@azflse.org. What Loans Qualify: The program issues approved applicants new forgiveable loans to pay off their existing law school loans.…

North Dakota Career Builders Loan Repayment Program

Who It’s For: Applicants newly hired into a high-need occupation within North Dakota. How to Apply: Individuals interested in loan repayment can simply complete the application with their employer and send it to the NDUS. The application is available on the program's website (PDF).…

Attorney Student Loan Repayment Program (ASLRP)

Who It’s For: U.S. Department of Justice employees working in an attorney position. Anyone serving in such a position may apply for consideration. How to Apply: You can check the ASLRP page for instructions on which forms to fill out…

John R. Justice Student Loan Repayment Program

Who It’s For: State-employed public defenders, prosecutors, and attorneys who provide supervision, training, or education for state prosecutors & public defenders. How to Apply: You will need to follow the procedure set forth by your designated state agency. If you…

Indiana Richard M. Givan Loan Repayment Assistance Program

Who It’s For: Law school graduates employed in non-profit organizations serving the civil legal needs of low income individuals and families in Indiana who make less than $70,000 a year. How to Apply: You can reach out for application info…

New Mexico Public Service Law Loan Repayment Program

Who It’s For: Attorneys who choose to pursue public service employment in the state of New Mexico. Applicants must agree to a three year service obligation. How to Apply: You can access the application directly on the program’s website, but…

Loan Repayment Assistance Program of Minnesota (LRAP-MN)

Who It’s For: Minnesota-based law school graduates who are now employed full-time at a nonprofit agency providing legal advice or representation to low-income clients. How to Apply: You can find their application materials here, though they only accept applications during…