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Neal Davis Law Scholarship Contest

The Neal Davis Law Firm is proudly announcing the Neal Davis Law Scholarship Essay Contest for 2019 entry. To be eligible, contestants must be a U.S. resident or resident alien who is registered at a U.S. college or university. They will be required to write a 500-750 word essay answering the essay question below.

Award Value
The winner of the Neal Davis Law Scholarship Essay Contest will be awarded $1,000.

Level and Area of Studies
College or university level in any field.

Place of Study
The study will be taken at any university or college in the United States.

Eligibility and Criteria
In order to be eligible for the contest, please ensure to meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • You must be a U.S. resident or resident alien who is registered at a U.S. college or university.
  • Essays must be unique (not submitted elsewhere) and written by the scholarship application signator.
  • All submissions should be in English.
  • Applicants must read, understand, sign and return to us the (PDF) Neal Davis Law Scholarship Essay Contest Application & Rules along with your submission.

Applicants’ Nationality
Only the citizens of the United States may participate in the scholarship contest.

Application Instruction
To enter the scholarship essay competition, answer the following question in 500-750 words:

How has the #MeToo movement changed how schools deal with and talk about sexual assault on campus, and what approach in your view would best balance a victim’s right to justice with an accused’s right to due process/fairness?

Submission Deadline
31 March 2019.

Website and Application Link

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