Providing grants to fund law school scholarships and law-related education and community service programs since 1970.


The Foundation awards scholarships to academically qualified, economically disadvantaged law students who have demonstrated an ongoing commitment to legal public service.

The BHBF Scholarship had a significant impact on my life.
Judge Gilbert Manuel Lopez of the LA Superior Court.

The scholarships are presented to law students from ABA-accredited local schools including UCLA, USC, Loyola, Pepperdine, and Southwestern law schools in a special ceremony at the Annual Supreme Court Luncheon, which, since 1954, has honored the Chief Justice and Associate Justices of the California Supreme Court. (L-R) Rachelly Escobar/Southwestern Law School; Joy Yin Chang/Loyola School of Law; Nidya Gutierrez/Loyola Law School; Edrina Nazaradeh/Pepperdine University School of Law; Rachel Feldman/USC Gould School of Law; Sandra Farzam/ USC Gould School of Law-Grand Prize-Annual Rule of Law Writing Competition; Luis Vasquez UCLA School of Law. Not pictured Lucas Bueno/UCLA School of Law and Brittany Litzinger/USC Gould School of Law-Honorable Mention-Annual Rule of Law Writing Competition.

2018 Law School Scholarship Recipients

The Beverly Hills Bar Foundation, with a history of over 50 years of scholarship support for law students in Southern California, awards the Annual Rule of Law Writing Competition Scholarship for a written work that promotes appreciation and understanding of the rule of law. The competition encourages law students to integrate Rule of Law concepts into their writings, but does not seek any particular point of view on the Rule of Law.



Meet our scholarship students here:


Watch the 2018 Supreme Court Luncheon here: