Pioletti & Pioletti
Eureka, IL LOCATION
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At Pioletti & Pioletti, we’re proud to serve the local communities of Eureka and Bloomington, Illinois. Our primary focus is to provide dependable and trustworthy counsel to residents who are facing tough legal situations, but our dedication to our neighbors and friends goes far beyond what we typically discuss on our website. We believe that investing in younger generations is critical for strengthening our communities and making our legal systems more functional for all.
For this reason, we are proud to announce our scholarship, worth $1000, to be awarded to one exemplary student who displays a strong interest in the legal industry.
Eligibility and Selection Criteria
Please submit the following documents in order to be considered:
Discuss one problem in the legal system, surrounding the practice area of family law, that you believe should be changed or amended. Why is this particular issue problematic, who suffers as a consequence, and how would you change it? How would this change make the entire family law system more functional and beneficial for all citizens?
In order to be eligible, scholarship candidates must submit their FULL application (written essay, transcript, and resumé) via email. The application deadline is 12/01/2018. Applications missing any of the required materials following this deadline will not be considered. The scholarship winner will be announced January of 2019.
Official transcripts are not required. All materials may be sent to the following email address: email@example.com
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