Paralegal Career Scholarship -An Essay Scholarship for Law Students

Entries for the Paralegal Career Scholarship are now accepted through 1 October each year. To be eligible, candidates must be 18 of age or older who are currently attending college for pursuing career in paralegal field. The scholarship recipients will be awarded up to $500. To apply, each candidate is requires to submit an essay on the reason to become a paralegal.

Scholarship Description
For students seeking paralegal scholarships, the Legal Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship is an annual scholarship awarded to a student pursuing a career in the legal field who submits the best 200-300 word essay about why they want to become a paralegal. Applicants must be college students pursuing a legal related undergraduate degree or certificate such as pre-law, paralegal, or criminal justice. High school students are also eligible if they have been accepted to a college and plan to study a legal related major.

Award Value
The successful applicants will be granted up to $500.

Level and Area Studies
College or university field in law related field.

Place of Study
In the United States of America.

Eligibility and Criteria
To be qualified, all candidates are required to meet the requirements as follow: At least 18 years of age. A current college student enrolled at an accredited college or university who is pursuing a paralegal related degree or a high school student who has been accepted to a college and plans to pursue a paralegal degree program.

Applicants’ Nationality
The U.S students are welcome to apply.

Application Instruction
Please contact the scholarship administrator for questions about the submission procedure.

Submission Deadline
1 October each year.

Website and Application Link

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