Fighting Injustice Scholarship
Finz & Finz, P.C. is dedicated to fighting for justice on behalf of the clients that it so proudly represents. The next generation of lawyers stands at the threshold of a new world that will be built with innovative ideas and fresh perspectives. Accordingly, we want to hear from you – current and prospective law students – to spotlight the fight against injustice and uplift those who face unfair disadvantages.
To encourage students to share their ideas for fighting injustice – and to help secure the education and tools needed to bring about a better future – we are launching a scholarship fund, awarding $1,750 in scholarships to three winners. The scholarships will be awarded as follows:
- First place – $1000
- Second place – $500
- Third place – $250
Our selection committee will determine the winners of each scholarship by judging an essay written by you that addresses the following question:
How have the events of 2020 impacted the fight against injustice
and uplifted those who face unfair disadvantages?
Who Can Enter?
The scholarship fund competition is open to high school, undergraduate and graduate students who attend or plan to attend law school. The competition is limited to residents of the United States. Applicants who are 17 years old or younger must provide parental consent to enter.
2020 Scholarship Timeline
- August 15th, 2020 — Submissions Open
- December 15th, 2020 — Submissions Close
- December 29th, 2020 —Winners Announced
How Do I Submit My Entry?
Applicants must enter/upload the following information using the blue entry form below:
- Your Name
- School You Currently Attend
- Your Phone Number
- Your Email Address
- Your Essay of 1,500 Words or Less in PDF Format
- A Digital Photo of You
- Your Current School Transcript
By submitting the required materials, you acknowledge that if you are selected as a winner, Finz & Finz, P.C. will have the right to publish, distribute, and promote your essay, and to use your name, biographical information and photograph.
Submission of a plagiarized essay will result in disqualification. Decisions of the selection committee are final. Finz & Finz, P.C. employees are not eligible to enter the scholarship competition.
If you have questions regarding the scholarship competition, you may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.