A law degree is a powerful tool in the right hands. As we all know, the cost of higher education in the United States continue to increase year after year. The personal injury lawyers at Suarez & Montero believe that by assisting students overcome the financial hardships associated with attending law school, we can help them pursue their academic and professional goals. Suarez & Montero Car Accident Lawyers, a personal injury law firm in South Florida, is offering a $1,500 scholarship to students who are currently attending or are planning to attend their very first year of law school in the upcoming fall semester. The mission of the Suarez & Montero Scholarship for Future Lawyers is to motivate students who are interested in becoming a lawyer to apply for admission to law school and to provide financial support to these students so that they can attend law school. The 2022 Future Lawyers Scholarship will award $1,500 to each scholarship recipient who is currently attending or has been accepted into an ABA-accredited law school.
Requirements for Eligibility: To be eligible to receive the Suarez & Montero Future Lawyer Scholarship, a student applicant must satisfy the following requirements:
• Applicant must be an incoming first-year law student (1L) in the academic year 2022. Law students who have completed one or more semesters are not eligible.
• Applicant must be a U.S. Citizen.
• Applicant must be able to show that they are enrolled full-time at an ABA-accredited law school. Applicants who are enrolled part-time are not eligible.
• Applicant must maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher from the time of the submission of the application until the scholarship is awarded to the recipient.
• Applicant selected to receive Suarez & Montero Scholarship for Future Lawyers must demonstrate admission to an ABA accredited law school program before receiving scholarship funds. Scholarship funds will not be administered without proof of acceptance or enrollment into an ABA accredited law school.
Instructions for Completing Scholarship Application
To apply for the 2022 Suarez & Montero Scholarship for Future Lawyers please complete the following steps:
Personal Essay: Each applicant must submit an essay about their future professional goals in the legal field. This essay gives each applicant an opportunity to provide additional information that they feel will assist us in selecting a scholarship recipient. Each essay must be at least 650 words in length. We look forward to reading your essays!
Transcript: Each applicant must submit a copy of their transcript from their undergraduate college or university. The transcript should reflect current academic status and a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0.
Proof of Acceptance or Enrollment: Each applicant must submit proof of acceptance into or fulltime enrollment at an ABA accredited law school by submitting either a digital copy of their proof of acceptance letter complete with letterhead from an ABA accredited law school or proof of fulltime enrollment in an ABA accredited law school.
Email: Each applicant is required to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org in order to submit their scholarship application. The subject line of the email should include the applicants name followed by “2022 Scholarship for Future Lawyers.” For example: John Doe 2022 Scholarship for Future Lawyers. The body of the email should include the following contact information for each applicant: Full Legal Name, Address (including city and zip code), Phone number, Name of undergraduate college or university, Name of ABA accredited law school applicant is planning to attend or is currently enrolled in, and Applicant’s current grade point average (GPA). Failing to follow the above instructions may disqualify your application. NOTE: Each applicant must include the completed 650 word completed essay and a digital copy of their acceptance letter verifying first-year status in an ABA accredited law school or a transcript reflecting their academic status and proof of full-time enrollment in an ABA accredited law school. Send all applications and questions to: email@example.com
Applications for the 2022 Suarez & Montero Scholarship for Future Lawyers must be submitted and received or postmarked no later than July 1st, 2022 to be considered timely. You will receive a confirmation email upon submission. We will notify the winner by email or a telephone call and will post our winner on our law Firm’s Instagram page and Website. Questions concerning the scholarship program, or the application process should be directed, preferably by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequently Asked Questions
Questions concerning the scholarship program, or the application process should be directed, preferably by email to: email@example.com
The Future Lawyers Scholarship can only be used towards tuition expenses for a law degree at an ABA accredited law school. Your scholarship check will be made payable to your law school.
The Suarez & Montero Future Lawyers Scholarship will only be awarded to two applicants each year who meet the criteria outlined above.
Yes. As detailed above, an applicant who is selected to receive the Suarez & Montero Scholarship for Future Lawyers will be required to demonstrate admission to an ABA-accredited law school before receiving scholarship funds.
Unfortunately, we can only accept official transcripts from an accredited university or college as proof of your full-time enrollment and current academic status.
Documentation from your school’s registrar verifying you are enrolled as a full-time 1L law student will be sufficient for proof of enrollment. We will not accept unofficial printouts or digital copies of your class schedule.
By applying, the applicant grants The Law Offices of Suarez & Montero Car Accident Lawyers, its agents and/or representatives’ permission to post the applicant’s name, school or university, photo (if submitted) on our website and/or Social Networks. We’re also granted permission to call and/or send you information regarding your application. The information gathered as part of the application process will only be used to determine eligibility and validity of each student’s current academic status and proof of acceptance/enrollment in an ABA accredited law school. The Law Offices of Suarez & Montero Car Accident Lawyers will not share your information with third parties nor use your personal information for promotional or marketing purposes. This information is kept confidential, and all application materials are deleted or destroyed after we complete our application and evaluation process.