Scholarship Fund Gala

The San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association (SDLRLA) will hold their signature event on Tuesday November 30,2021 at The Guild Hotel in downtown San Diego. The SDLRLA Scholarship Fund Annual Gala draws hundreds of esteemed judges, attorneys, elected city, state and federal officials, and community leaders, to honor our awardees and celebrate our legal community.

For the past 10 years, the Scholarship Fund has awarded financial assistance to local law students that demonstrate academic achievement, community service, and financial need. Since 2007, the Scholarship Fund has awarded close to $500,000 to deserving law students. The scholarships are not limited to Latino students but include those who have made important contributions to the local community.

For more information: www.sdlrla.com

Chula Vista Mayor Mary Salas
“I support SDLRLA because of its work to ensure diversity in the judiciary and in the legal profession.”

City Attorney Mara Elliott
“SDLRLA has been an invaluable partner to my office and an indispensable community advocate for equality.”

Councilmember Raul Campillo
“SDLRLA does the hard work of promoting the diverse and qualified attorneys for the bench and in the courtroom who excel every da”

Councilmember Sean Elo-Rivera
“I wouldn’t be who I am as a person or as a professional without SDLRLA and I am so proud to be a part of the La Raza family and will continue to do so.”

Councilmember Vivian Moreno
“I am a proud supporter of SDLRLA for dedication to justice, equality and the empowerment of Latino community

National City Mayor Alejandra Sotelo-Solis
“I am proud to support SDLRLA in their endeavors to create a pipeline for legal careers, judgeships and empowerment of our Latino youth.”

San Diego Port Commissioner Rafael Castellanos
“I support SDLRLA because its work has been critical to ensure and advance diverse individuals’ participation in local government and the bar.”

Vice Chair Supervisor Nora Vargas
“I support SDLRLA because of their continued work of promoting and ensuring representation in the legal profession.”