Annual VictimsAttorney.com $2,500 College Scholarship
At Cantor Crane, our personal injury attorneys believe in higher education, and we take pride in representing victims of sexual assault, wrongful death, elder abuse and many more. We understand and appreciate the importance and affect that a solid education can have on the future success of a personal injury law school student. We also understand the potential difficulties of obtaining a personal injury law degree because of the increasing costs of tuition, text books, and the everyday expenses regarding the necessities of life. Striving to become the best personal injury lawyer (or the top lawyer in any area of practice) takes a lot of hard work and dedication.
In order to help make a college or law school education a more affordable opportunity, the Arizona personal injury law firm of Cantor Crane is offering a $2,500 college or law student scholarship to help current, or soon-to-be, college students ease the burden of higher education costs.
College or Law School Student Scholarship Qualifications:
To apply, each candidate is required to write a 750 word minimum essay on the topic of: “Why imposing recurring caps, thereby limiting the amount of money a person can receive for a wrongful death claim, would be harmful to society”.
You will be able to enter the essay and all contact information directly into this submission page. Upon completion, simply click the ‘Submit’ button. Each applicant may only submit one (1) entry and Cantor Crane reserves the right to disqualify duplicate entries. Cantor Crane employees and their immediate family members are excluded from consideration.
The application deadline for the 2017 Scholarship is November 30, 2017 and the scholarship will be awarded on or before December 15, 2017, based on Cantor Crane’s selection of the winner. Each essay will be equally graded on writing style, supportive facts, and the writer’s own personal thoughts/opinions, as well as technical writing ability.
*By clicking Submit, you agree to the terms below.
Cantor Crane will use a committee of lawyers to read all of the eligible entries in order to determine the winner. The scholarship award will be in the amount of $2,500 and a check will be sent directly to the college or university that is designated by the winner.
Use of Scholarship Funds
The scholarship funds may be used for undergraduate or law school tuition at a college or university. It is not required that the applicant be enrolled in an educational program at the time of his or her application. The winner will have one year from the date of the award to provide a tuition invoice from the college or university of their choice. A check for $2,500 will then be sent directly to the educational institution.
Applicants for the 2017 VictimsAttorney.com Scholarship must meet the criteria mentioned below.
- Must fill out the above *Required form fields
- You must be currently attending this semester or applying to attend for an upcoming semester during the 2018 calendar year as this Scholarship to a domestic US based college or university.
- Your full name, address, phone and email address must be submitted
- You must be 18 years of age or older.
- Upon receipt of submission, our staff will review the information and confirm eligibility.
Deadline for 2017 “Strive to Be the Best Criminal Lawyer” Scholarship
Submission of the completed online application is required no later than November 30, 2017. Upon submission of our form you will receive a confirmation email. Please retain that email for your records.
Questions or Comments?
If you have questions regarding the 2017 VictimsAttorney.com Scholarship Program or process of application, please email email@example.com.
By applying, the applicant grants Cantor Crane, its agents and/or representatives permission to post the applicant’s name, school or university, photo (if submitted) and winning entry on http://cantorcrane.com and/or Social Networks. This includes other marketing communications in the event he or she is awarded the scholarship. We’re also granted permission to call and/or send you information regarding your application.