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AGAINST THE CURRENT SCHOLARSHIP 2020

jD LAW founder James N. Dicks & his team

Taking on new challenges can be difficult, especially when others say we should avoid them. The legal team at jD LAW understands this firsthand: whenever we choose to take on a new case, others would advise us not to, saying it is not our battle to fight. But when we take on a case, we stand by our convictions and clients all the way to trial. Now, we want to stand by the students who have chosen to stand up for what they believe is right by offering the Against the Current Scholarship.

This nationwide scholarship shall provide one high school senior or current college student with $1,000 towards their post-secondary educational expenses. Students in good standing with their schools may apply with the application below. All we ask is that you write a 500-1,000 word essay explaining a time you fought for something you believed was right.

The deadline to apply is May 26th, 2020. Once we have reviewed every application, we will announce the winner on June 23rd. Good luck to every applicant!

Scholarship Details

Amount Awarded:
$1,000
Deadline:
May 26, 2020
Winner Announced
June 23, 2020

Short Essay: 500-1,000 Words

Standing up in the face of doubt and adversity can be a powerful learning experience. We all face challenges in life that test our views of right and wrong, but what sets us apart from others is our ability to take a stance and fight for what we believe in. At jD LAW, we stand by our clients to ensure they receive the best legal advice possible, even when other attorneys would have doubts. We have personally met individuals who have stood up for their rights and beliefs, and now we want to hear your stories. Share with us a time you fought for something you believe was right even when others ignored the issue or advised you to move on. What motivated you to take a stance, and what did you learn from it? If you could make the same choice today, would you?

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