The Ryan Law Group $1,000 College Scholarship
The Ryan Law Group is awarding to one college student a scholarship of $1,000. The scholarship will be awarded to the applicant who submits an essay that we feel most exemplifies the spirit of the theme.
This year the theme will be ‘Future Advocates of Justice’. Our firm helps victims who have been wronged by personal injury or wrongful death. The winning essay will demonstrate how the writer plans to help those who cannot find justice on their own. The writer should demonstrate a deep understanding and compassion of the situations where people are faced with a horrible situation and need legal assistance to hold the proper parties accountable. The essay should conclude with where the applicants sees themselves in the future continuing this important work.
- The essay can be between 750 and 1,000 words.
- The essay must relate to the theme.
- The essay must be original work written by the applicant.
Applications are now being accepted and can be submitted by email through July 31st, 2018. Submission must be submitted through the form at the bottom of this page.
Winner Selection and Award Distribution
All essays will be review and everyone who submits their essay will receive a response once the contest has concluded. The winner will be selected by the senior attorneys at The Ryan Law Group. The winner will be announced and their check sent to them sometime in August 2018. The check will be sent directly to the winner but the winner must verify that it is spent on school related expenses.
To be eligible for the scholarship you must:
- High school senior or first year college student
- Submit an essay per the rules of the scholarship
- Provide a headshot of yourself (if you win) for publication on our website
The applicant agrees that by submitting their essay if they are selected as the winner the essay or excerpts may be used by The Ryan Law Group for publication on their website, social profiles, or within a press release. Their photo and name may also be used in similar publication. If the winning submission cannot sufficiently provide evidence that they are enrolled in college within 30 days from the contest ending they forfeit their prize and a second winner will be selected.