Disabled Students Pursuing a Career in Law Scholarship

We are proud to support students with disabilities by offering a $1,000 scholarship specifically for disabled students pursuing a law career. This scholarship can be applied to any institution of your choice, and will provide an extra boost for students with disabilities who are preparing to transition into academics, and eventually into a career in law.

Friedl Richardson has become one of the best personal injury law firms in Arizona through years of hard work, and believes that overcoming personal challenges can be a wonderful preparation for pursuing a career in law. We acknowledge that working through the complications that a disability presents can be very challenging, and we applaud the determination of students with disabilities who are interested in studying law.

Earning a law degree can be a challenging path, one that tests the limits of many students’ endurance. We believe that students who have already faced major challenges head on are often better equipped to deal with the rigor of earning a law degree. We would like to offer this opportunity to help support students with disabilities who have made the decision to pursue a law career, since we believe that making this choice is a clear indication of a willingness to work hard and persevere, which are both vital qualities for any successful law career.

Read on for detailed instructions about how you can apply for our Students With Disabilities Scholarship. We offer the opportunity to write an essay or record a video explaining why you are an excellent candidate for this scholarship. We look forward to hearing about your story and your strengths. What challenges have you already overcome that have led you pursue a career in the legal field? What are you looking to achieve by pursuing a career in law? We look forward to hearing from you, and hope we can give back to our community by offering support for your academic and professional pursuits.

Scholarship Details

  • Scholarship Amount – $1,000
  • Minimum High School GPA – 2.8
  • Must provide proof of disability
  • U.S. citizen
  • Must be enrolled in a college for the fall 2019 semester
  • Application Deadline – August 1, 2019

Terms and Conditions

This scholarship opportunity is open to all students pursuing a career in law in the United States.  The school attending or accepted to attend must be an accredited school. Applicants must qualify by fulfilling each of the minimum scholarship details requested. If a winning applicant fails to show proof of such requirements after the due date the runner up will receive the winning scholarship fund. The deadline for submitting an application is August 1, 2019 and the winner will be announced no later than August 31, 2019 through email, phone, or both.  The funds will be mailed via check no later than September 10, 2019 to the financial aid department of the college of attendance.

The scholarship winner will be determined by a selection committee of Friedl Richardson Trial Lawyers.

Privacy Policy

The information you provide when applying for a scholarship will only be used for review to help determine the best candidate. None of your personal information will be sold, shared, distributed or used for marketing purposes by Friedl Richardson or third parties.

Non-Discrimination Statement

The applicant’s gender, race, national origin, or any other criteria will in no way have an effect on the selection of the scholarship winner.

Media Release

Applicants grant Friedl Richardson Trial Lawyers a non-exclusive right to use the submitted material in any media channels including websites and social media. The applicant warrants that all submitted materials are original and do not infringe upon the rights of any third party. The applicant warrants the creation of such included material or warrants the written permission from the authorized owner or such material included.

Material that is offensive, obscene, defamatory or illegal will not be accepted or published.

Disabled Students Scholarship Application

  • If using a written essay use the area below. No longer than 1000 words.
  • Enter a valid YouTube, or similar, url if submitting application in video format
  • Provide the name of the college you are enrolled in or accepted to
  • What is the semester you are next enrolled in for college?
  • Max. file size: 50 MB.
    Verify disability status
  • Max. file size: 50 MB.
    Upload a copy high school or college records.
  • Max. file size: 50 MB.
    *Not required for submission and only used to display winners on the website. Do not include if you prefer this not to be used.
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