The Education Pipeline Award was established in 2008 by the State Bar of California to recognize the outstanding efforts of law-related educational programs that train and support students to become interested in the judicial system and careers in the law. As of 2019, this award has been presented by California LAW Pathways.
Education Pipeline Award
Eligibility and Award Criteria
All California educational programs in kindergarten through high school, community colleges,undergraduate entities, law schools, the courts, and other entities focusing on the educational pipeline into the legal profession are eligible.
Programs must demonstrate successful efforts to increase student awareness about the judicial system and knowledge about the legal profession and careers in the law.
2022 DEADLINE: October 29, 2021
Central Valley Regional Pathway to Law Pipeline and
Just the Beginning—Los Angeles Summer Legal Institute
Greater Sacramento and Stockton Regional Pathway (San Joaquin Delta College, Lincoln Law School and Drivon Law School)
University of California, Irvine, Saturday Law Academy
2017 to 2018
No Recipients – Award in transition from State Bar to California LAW, Inc.
Los Angeles Superior Court, Teen Court
University of San Francisco School of Law, Academic Support Program and
The Judge Stephen O’Neil Trial Advocacy Mentoring Program, Loyola Law School
California JusticeCorps and
King Hall Outreach Program, UC Davis School of Law
Department of Fair Employment and Housing Educational Partnerships
Thomas Jefferson School of Law, Crawford Law Institute Mentorship Bond Program
UCLA Law Fellows, Los Angeles
Center for Youth Development through Law, Berkeley
Deer Valley High School Law Academy, Antioch
Pacific McGeorge Education Pipeline Initiatives, Sacramento