About the Scholarship

The scholarship fund is awarded by the Kogan & DiSalvo, a personal injury law firm that assists individuals and families across Florida with getting the compensation they need after an accident.

The organization advocates for the injured and provides a personalized approach for each case. The grant is awarded to someone who is interested in matters of justice and equality in the U.S. law.

The grant is awarded yearly and aims to encourage students to think about the justice and legal system of the country. The selection is based on factors including the quality of the essay, experiences, and academic transcripts.

How to apply for this scholarship?

  • Interested applicants must write an original essay of 750-1500 words addressing the matter of justice in the U.S. Civil Legal System.

  • Along with the essay, the applicant should also submit a resume, academic transcripts, contact information, and proof of enrollment to prove their excellence in academics.

  • The essay and other required documents should be sent to info.bocaraton@koganinjurylaw.com with the subject line: “[Applicant’s Name] – Justice in the Law Scholarship Application” 

How much the scholarship award amounts to?

  • The scholarship award amounts to $1,000 yearly and is non-renewable.

  • Only one deserving candidate will receive the scholarship amount every year.

Deadline Information

All the documents along with essay and application form must be sent to the concerned department no later than October 31 to be eligible to receive the scholarship amount. Any application received post-October will be disqualified. 

Eligibility Criteria

  • An applicant must be accepted to/enrolled in an accredited undergraduate college, university or graduate school, and pursuing an education in the legal field.

  • A student must be exceptional in their academics and maintain cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 or above.
  • Applicant has to demonstrate an academic career inclusive of outstanding service to the community and superlative leadership qualities

  • Candidates majoring in legal studies will be given more preference.

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