Law School Loans

Federal and Private Graduate Student Loans for Law School

Your financial aid award package will tell you which federal loan programs you are eligible for. If you have remaining unmet need, you may need a private student loan to cover your remaining expenses. When scholarships and Federal loans such as the Stafford Loan are not enough, the GradLoans Private Student Loan for law school students can bridge the gap of the cost of your education.

GradLoans Private Student Loan Benefits

  • Defer payments while in school and for a six-month grace period after graduation
  • Lower your interest rate by 0.25% when you choose to have your payments automatically deducted from your personal bank account
  • Rates as low as Prime plus or minus a margin for credit.
  • Annual Maximum is 100% of your Cost of Attendance minus other aid, based on school certification

Law School Loan Qualifications

You must be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident, and be enrolled at least half-time in a 4 or 5 year degree program.

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* The legal age for entering into contracts is 18 years of age in every state except Alabama and Nebraska (19 years old), and Mississippi and Puerto Rico (21 years old).