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Will you be one of our students on the rise?

People who are first-generation college, low-income, or ethnically or racially diverse remain underrepresented in the legal profession. At Chase Law, we are working to change that trend.

The Chase Law All Rise program removes obstacles and paves a more manageable path to the legal profession for underserved individuals as they progress from the 1L year to taking the bar examination. The program offers financial and professional development support, along with attention to overall student wellness and the importance of connection.

All Rise Students Will Receive:

  •     First-year law books provided at no cost.
  •     $1000 stipend provided at the end of the 1L year.
  •     Bar preparation course provided at no cost.
  •     Bar application fee for one state provided at no cost.
  •     Leadership development through a mentorship program with 
             undergraduates students who come from similar backgrounds.
  •     Professional skills training in all three years.

The estimated value of this program is approximately $10,000 and is provided to the All Rise student at no cost.


The College of Law will select ten students to participate in this program starting in fall 2020.




To be eligible for consideration, you must be admitted to the College of Law and be enrolled at Chase in fall 2020. The priority deadline for submitting an application is April 1.

If you have any questions about this program, please call Ashley Siemer, Director of Student Affairs, at 859-572-5841 or email her at