FAQ Category: The Cobos Law Firm Scholarship

Deadline For Applications

  • The Deadline to Enter the Scholarship is June 1st.
  • The Winner will be decided upon on July 15th
  • This is an Annual Scholarship and every year, you must reapply

 

By submitting your application to The Cobos Law Firm Legal Scholarship, you certify that the information you provide is accurate and complete.

Amount Available

Craft an essay of no more than 1200 words detailing your commitment to helping others through the legal system. In your essay, describe how you hope to utilize the law to give back to your community.

Amount Available to Win – $1,000

  • Any submitted photos, videos, and essays must be the original work of the applicant.
  • Only one submission may be entered per student per year. Duplicate entries will automatically be disqualified.
  • Students must provide proof of current enrollment at an accredited university in the United States. Examples include a copy of a tuition bill or an official letter from the school.
  • All scholarships are non-renewable.

 

By submitting your application to The Cobos Law Firm Legal Scholarship, you certify that the information you provide is accurate and complete.

Legal Scholarship Requirements

Craft an essay of no more than 1200 words detailing your commitment to helping others through the legal system. In your essay, describe how you hope to utilize the law to give back to your community.

  • Any submitted photos, videos, and essays must be the original work of the applicant.
  • Only one submission may be entered per student per year. Duplicate entries will automatically be disqualified.
  • Students must provide proof of current enrollment at an accredited university in the United States. Examples include a copy of a tuition bill or an official letter from the school.
  • All scholarships are non-renewable.

 

By submitting your application to The Cobos Law Firm Legal Scholarship, you certify that the information you provide is accurate and complete.

Legal Scholarship Criteria

Craft an essay of no more than 1200 words detailing your commitment to helping others through the legal system. In your essay, describe how you hope to utilize the law to give back to your community.

  • Any submitted photos, videos, and essays must be the original work of the applicant.
  • Only one submission may be entered per student per year. Duplicate entries will automatically be disqualified.
  • Students must provide proof of current enrollment at an accredited university in the United States. Examples include a copy of a tuition bill or an official letter from the school.
  • All scholarships are non-renewable.

 

By submitting your application to The Cobos Law Firm Legal Scholarship, you certify that the information you provide is accurate and complete.