Spolin Law Civil Rights and Criminal Law Essay Competition & $1,000 Scholarship
Spolin Law represents people whose civil rights have been violated and individuals facing criminal charges, whether they have been wrongfully accused of a crime or are simply seeking a fair outcome. The underlying principle of the firm is that every person deserves to be treated with dignity.
To further this idea, Spolin Law has created a Civil Rights and Criminal Law Essay Competition, the winner of which will receive a $1,000 scholarship. The purpose of the scholarship is to raise awareness of criminal and civil rights issues and support students who can articulate the importance of these principles.
- What Does the U.S. Constitution Mean to You?
- Applicants must be enrolled in a college or university.
- Applicants may be undergraduate or graduate students.
- GPA of 3.0 or higher required.
How to Apply:
- Complete the Application Form.
- Write an original essay responding to the essay prompt above, no more than 2,000 words in length.
- Obtain a transcript or proof of enrollment from your college or university.
- By October 1st, submit the completed application form, essay, and proof of enrollment to email@example.com, subject line “Scholarship Application.”
- One thousand dollars ($1,000) will be awarded to the winner of the essay competition and paid directly to the college or university on behalf of the winner.
- The essay responding to the prompt can be any length under 2,000 words.
- October 1st is the annual deadline. Essays received after October 1st will be evaluated for the following year’s competition.
Spolin Law is happy to encourage the next generation of civil rights leaders, constitutional scholars, and people who have compassion for others. We look forward to reading your essay.