Class Action Litigation Group Law Student Writing Competition The American Association for Justice Class Action Litigation Group (CALG) invites you to participate in our first annual national law student writing competition. We are seeking original law student writing on any topic associated with class action jurisprudence on the state or federal level. Papers may focus on legal analysis, policy, normative considerations, procedural concerns, or any other subject associated with the law of class actions. May 30 2,000
Pearce Law Firm Empowering Women in Law Scholarship This scholarship is judged & awarded primarily on academic achievement, school & community activities, and demonstrated leadership abilities. However, financial need will also be given some consideration. The applicant must be a current female law student. Applicant will have successfully completed at least one semester of law school but will not yet have graduated by fall semester of 2017. May 31 1,500
Jackson Lewis Labor and Employment Scholarship Program - PDF Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce the Jackson Lewis Labor and Employment Scholarship Program. As part of its on-going commitment to the advancement of a diverse legal community, Jackson Lewis has created the Scholarship Program which it hopes will encourage and reward law students from underrepresented social and economic background to pursue legal careers in the areas of Labor and Employment law. Through the Program, Jackson Lewis awards $5,000 to a second or third year law student from the University of Washington School of Law. I. Eligibilit1) Candidates must be enrolled at the University of Washington School of Law as a 2L or 3L student as of September 1, 2016 and 2) Candidates may not be current or past employees of Jackson Lewis P.C. May 31 5,000
UW Center for Labor Studies Scholarships & Grants The UW Center for Labor Studies is currently seeking applicants and nominations for our scholarships and research grants. We have awards open to both undergraduate and graduate students with a strong interest in labor, human rights, and social justice. In addition, we offer a labor research grant for UW faculty and graduate students who seek funding for a project with relevancy to policy in Washington State. All awards are available to students who will be enrolled at the UW in the 2016-2017 academic year, with the exception of our Best Paper Prize, which can be awarded regardless of enrollment status. A brief description/announcement is below and fliers are attached. Let us know if you have any questions or need more information. 2016-2017 Labor Studies Scholarships & Research Grants Full information: http://depts.washington.edu/hbcls/ Are you a University of Washington student studying labor and workers rights? Working for social justice outside the classroom? Pursuing a career in the labor movement, law, public service or the non-profit sector? Apply for a scholarship or grant! Each year, the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies awards thousands of dollars to top students in Labor Studies. This year, over $50,000 will be awarded. Deadlines for this year's awards are approaching. Apply now! Deadline to apply: Monday, June 13, 2016 This year's scholarships include: • Martin and Anne Jugum Scholarship - $5,500 for undergraduate students • Gundlach Scholarship - $5,500 for undergraduate or graduate students • Samuel Bassett Scholarship - $5,500 for undergrad or graduate students pursuing a career in labor relations • Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA) Scholarship - $1,000 for students pursuing a career in labor relations • Martha H. Duggan Fellowship - $10,000 for graduate students studying or providing caring labor • Best Labor Studies Paper Prize - $250 for the best graduate and undergraduate papers The Bridges Center also supports ground-breaking labor studies research through our annual grant funding program. For a look at past sponsored projects, visit our Featured Research website. This year's research grants include: • Washington State Labor Research Grant - $7,500-$13,000 for UW faculty or graduate students with UW faculty sponsor. For more information, visit the Bridges Center website at http://depts.washington.edu/hbcls, or contact Associate Director Andrew Hedden at heddena@uw.edu . -- HARRY BRIDGES CENTER FOR LABOR STUDIES Smith Hall M266/M268 Box 353530 Seattle, WA 98195-3530 depts.washington.edu/hbcls June 13
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Baker Donelson Diversity Scholarship
Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC will award three (3) scholarships to diverse law students this year. Each recipient will be awarded $10,000 which will be paid during the student's third year of law school to help defray the cost of law school tuition and related expenses. Additionally, recipients will be awarded a salaried 2L Summer Associate position in one of our offices. The recipients' office preferences will be taken into consideration, but final assignment will depend on the Firm's hiring needs. The recipients may split their summers with other law firms; however, they are required to work during the period that the other Summer Associates in that Baker Donelson office are working. June 17 10,000
Asian Heritage Law School Scholarship The Asian Heritage Law Scholarship is open to any students who will be attending law school. Candidates are asked to write a short essay describing how their background and experiences in the Asian American community influenced their choice to go to law school and how they plan to use their law degree. Applicants must meet the following criteria: •Recipient is a U.S. citizen or otherwise authorized to work in the United States •Recipients must be a 1L, 2L, or 3L student in the fall of application year. •Academic achievement as reflected by an undergraduate cumulative minimum 3.0 GPA •Recipient must be of Asian heritage with at least one parent of Asian ancestry July
Ark Law Group Fresh Start Scholarship Program The Ark Law Group Fresh Start Scholarship Program is open to all college students in the United States. Ark Law Group will award one scholarship of $1,000 per year to the student who writes the best response to the following questions: 1.Home ownership is often considered a cornerstone of the American Dream. Where do you see potential areas of economic exploitation of those pursuing that dream? 2.What ideas do you have that could help solve this uniquely American problem? Requirements: Students must be enrolled in a 2-year, 4-year, graduate level or certification program. All entries must be a minimum of 500 and maximum of 1000 words. Diagrams, schematics, illustrations and photographs may be included as supporting documents. July 31 1,000
The Expert Institute Legal Blog Post Writing Contest To participate, submit a 1,000 to 2,500 word blog-style article on the use of expert witnesses in litigation through our online submission portal at the bottom of this page by December 31, 2015. If your article wins, you will receive a $1000 cash prize, and your article will be published on The Expert Institute’s blog and distributed in our weekly newsletter, where it will be read by thousands of practicing attorneys. December 31 2,000

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