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Albertson & Davidson, LLP College Scholarship
Scholarship eligibility and application requirements:
The Albertson & Davidson, LLP College Scholarship is open to individuals who are currently attending or are planning on attending an accredited United States college or university during the fall 2016 semester.
This scholarship is only available for students attending domestic US based colleges.
In order to participate in the essay contests, applicants must submit a 500-word essay answering the question posed below as an attachment to email@example.com. In addition, applicants must provide the following information:
Upon receipt of their materials, our attorneys will review the submissions and determine a winner based on the quality of the response and the applicant’s demonstrated potential for academic success.
Please submit your essays by 8/24/16 to firstname.lastname@example.org. Winners will be notified by email on or around 9/01/2016.
If you can answer this question in 500 words, you may receive a $2,500 college scholarship! Your Essay Question:
Courts in the United States have little power to change the terms of a valid will, even if some of its terms seem unfair to people who would normally expect to inherit assets. Do you think that it should be legal to disinherit your spouse or children, and should courts be able to change the terms of a will that they decide is unfair? Why or why not?
Real Estate, Probate & Trust Law - REPTL Scholarship
Writing Contest open to all law students in good standing, including those who have graduated within 8 months.
Topic: Essay on a general or current topic dealing with real property, probate, or trust law. The Contest is designed to attract students to the real property, probate, and trust law fields, and to strongly encourage scholarship in these areas.
Deadline: January 6, 2017
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Practicing Law Institute Bar Review Program Tuition Scholarships
Description: PLI awards scholarships covering the full or partial tuition cost for attending its seminars. Law students generally receive full scholarships to most programs, except for a $25 application fee (below). Faculty usually receives 75% scholarships to most programs. Scholarships are also available to legal aid and government attorneys, judges, judicial clerks, and employees of nonprofit organizations.
Eligibility: Attend bar review course
Award: Seminar tuition
Contact: Mark Dighton, Director of Law School Relations
The Reeves Law Group Scholarship This scholarship will be awarded to the applicant who best demonstrates a genuine desire and goal of using the legal system to fix problems or improve conditions in our society. Worthy deeds that you have already performed will be considered. Award: Eligibility: Deadline:
This scholarship will be awarded to the applicant who best demonstrates a genuine desire and goal of using the legal system to fix problems or improve conditions in our society. Worthy deeds that you have already performed will be considered.