Hildebrand Law, PC is proud to announce our civil justice student scholarship. Intended for aspiring lawyers who are dedicated to the preservation of people’s right’s and a trial by jury, our scholarship is available to any junior or senior high school student.
Meet Hildebrand Law, PC
Hildebrand Law, PC is an established Scottsdale, Arizona law firm who is passionate about promoting justice and equal opportunities for everyone. As a team of highly respected lawyers, it is our goal to see that everyone has the chance to access the US civil justice system in addition to both communal and academic possibilities.
For over two decades, we have been an advocate for people who may feel like they don’t have a voice. Through our zealous tactics and enthusiastic confidence, we have proudly fought for people’s rights, and best of all, we have won over and over again. Guided by this inspiration, we are determined to share the importance of accessibility to the civil rights justice system. With this in mind, we have created a civil justice scholarship.
We firmly believe that education is paramount, and the very thing that instills leadership. With that comes a strong voice that people can turn to. Our law firm is offering the legal scholarship to the youth of today in hopes that the investment will be a financial asset to those who may need it most.
This $1000 scholarship is open to every student or aspiring student who is planning to enroll in a legal education program which is in line with our vision and goal.
Who Can Apply
Juniors and seniors in high school, as well as students pursuing a college degree (Associates, Bachelors, Masters, or Ph.D.), can apply for the scholarship.
High School Students: Juniors and seniors can use the scholarship for tuition, books, or other fees at the high school, or towards expenses incurred at the prospective community college or University.
College/University Students: Any student enrolled in an accredited community college or University program in the United States may also apply for the scholarship.
All Students: All applicants can be enrolled in any study program; however, he or she must have an interest in social justice which can be demonstrated by the past and current volunteer work, as well as, educational or professional experiences.
How You Can Apply
- An updated resume
- An essay, with a maximum of 1000 words that discusses the following question:
- How can our current society take the initiative and ensure every person, regardless of his or her socio-economic status, will have equal access to the US civil justice system?
- An unofficial transcript from your high school, college, or university.
Your full application should be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The official deadline is 12/15/2017.
The Hildebrand Law, PC Civil Justice Student Scholarship 2017 winner will be announced on 1/15/2018.