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At Strong Law, we are dedicated to ensuring equal access to our civil justice system and providing equal opportunities for academic, interpersonal, and community growth, regardless of socioeconomic status. We recognize the paramount importance of education in shaping future leaders. However, we also acknowledge the significant financial burden associated with college attendance. Therefore, our law firm is establishing a scholarship program to support students who are currently enrolled or planning to enroll in college.
Who Should Apply
This scholarship aims to support college students from diverse racial, ethnic, or faith backgrounds in pursuing their desired degrees at eligible colleges, universities, graduate schools, or law schools. To be eligible, applicants must be currently enrolled or committed to attending a college, university, or professional school within the current calendar year. Additionally, applicants must be U.S. citizens at the time of application. It is important to note that applicants should not have immediate family members who are employees of Strong Law.
We are a diverse law firm with a primary focus on personal injury and auto accidents operating out of ten states throughout the country. This scholarship is intended to help students with high character and a commitment to community service. Our scholarship is open to any American citizen, who will be attending a college, university, graduate school, or law school in the United States during the current calendar year. Only students who have a 2.5 GPA or higher may apply for this scholarship.
This $1,000 one-time scholarship award will be sent directly to the registrar’s office of the winner’s college or university and can be used to cover the cost of tuition, fees, housing, and/or books up to the Cost of Attendance. This scholarship is not renewable. Applicants will need to submit an official transcript and one letter of recommendation from an employer or professor/teacher in addition to submitting an essay.
Essay Requirements: 750-word maximum
Essay Topic: Describe how a mentor or coach has impacted your life.
How to Apply: For more information on how to apply, please visit https://stronglawattorneys.com/scholarship
Deadline: All written scholarship submission materials must be received by 11:59 PM CST on the final day of the calendar year. The winner will be announced on January 31 of the following year and will receive a one-time award of $1,000 in one lump sum.
What are the primary selection criteria?
Scholarships are predominantly granted based on merit. Therefore, students who excel academically, actively engage in extracurricular activities, and contribute to their communities have the highest likelihood of receiving one of our firm’s prestigious awards.
Who should I ask to write my letter of recommendation?
When seeking a letter of recommendation, it is advisable to approach a teacher, employer, or mentor rather than a friend or family member. A letter of recommendation carries the weight of a professional reference, so selecting someone who can effectively articulate your strengths and commend your achievements is crucial.
How do we choose a winner?
To be considered for this scholarship, a winner must not only meet all the standard criteria but also set themselves apart from other applicants. We highly recommend reviewing our website and thoroughly understanding all the scholarship requirements before crafting a thoughtful and informative essay. Your essay should reflect your unique perspective, showcase your strengths, and demonstrate your passion for the subject matter.
How quickly will I be notified?
The winner will be announced on January 31 of the following year for which the scholarship was applied. All communications will occur via email. Please do not call our office.
Does the amount I receive in scholarships affect my eligibility for financial aid?
Typically. If you are awarded this scholarship, our firm will give the award directly to the school you are attending as credit towards your tuition and other eligible expenses. Your school may adjust your unmet financial need accordingly.
Scholarship Application Form