At Farzad Family Law we strongly believe in education and giving back to the legal community. As lawyers we placed great value in our own education when we made sacrifices on our paths to and beyond law school. We want to help others who intend to do the same.
As strong advocates for higher learning we are proud to give back to aspiring lawyers through the Farzad Family Law Scholarship. This annual scholarship will be awarded to one student based on merit.
Please review the eligibility requirements and application process below. Remember to include:
- Your full name,
- Email address,
- Phone number and,
- Mailing address with your application submission.
The scholarship recipient will receive the scholarship within 2 weeks of the deadline. By participating, you are giving your consent for us to contact you via mail, email and/or call to you.
Award Value: $1,500
Application Deadline: December 15, 2013
This scholarship is available to all pre-law and law students who are currently admitted to and attending an undergraduate degree program in pre-law at an accredited American university or college or are admitted to and attending an accredited law school.
How to Apply
Please write an essay on the question outlined below and provide us with current transcripts. Your response should be between 1,000 to 2,500 words.
All submissions must be sent to us by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
You are also required to include the following information in your application:
- Your full name, address, and contact details including your phone number and email address.
- A statement of your current academic status, as well as evidence that you are currently attending college or law school as set forth above. You may submit as evidence your most current undergraduate or law school transcript.
- Your community service activities, if any, in the preceding 24 months
- Your essay as a Word document, Pages or PDF attachment. Essay’s in WordPerfect or any other form will not be accepted.
2013 Essay Question:
With the evolution of the internet, technology and the speed of communication, what do you foresee the future will hold for attorney-client relationships, communication, representation and the manner in which cases are presented in state civil and/or criminal court?