Diversity in law scholarship

At the Weinberg Law Offices, we are proud to present our diversity in law scholarship contest. 

We are offering first-year and second-year law school students the opportunity to be awarded $1,000 to put towards their law school tuition.

Scholarship Contest Overview

We are asking students to write a 300-word essay about the following: How Can We As Legal Professionals Improve Diversity and Inclusion Within the Legal Profession? 

Award Amount 

The chosen winner will receive $1,000 to put towards their tuition on behalf of Weinberg Law Offices.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Member of a historically underrepresented group in the legal profession
  • Enrolled or to be enrolled at ABA law school

​​To qualify, submit the form below (all fields required):

  • A current resume
  • Academic transcripts
  • Legal writing samples (5-10 pages)
  • Essay of 300 – 400 words on the importance of diverse representation in the legal profession and how firms, the courts, and governmental entities can do better to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion

Deadline

  • Applicants must submit their essay and other required information by December 1, 2022.
  • The winner of the scholarship will be notified no later than December 15th, 2022.

Diversity in Law Scholarship Essay Submission

  • Scholarship Form
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