2023-2024 Scholarships for Students
FITCH offers scholarships for current and future law school students
Fitch Law Partners LLP will be awarding a scholarship to a current law school student as well as a rising 1L who will begin law school this academic year. The goal of these scholarships is to help a promising lawyer of tomorrow with the financial cost of higher education. Our firm is proud to be investing in the education of future attorneys by helping students with their tuition expenses.
Scholarship #1: Current Law School Students
Prize – $2,000
All applicants must be 2L or 3L for the 2023-2023 school year at a law school and have a 3.5 or higher GPA.
Scholarship #2: Future Law School Students
Prize – $1,500
All applicants must be accepted and enrolling in law school as a 1L for the 2023-2024 academic year and have a 3.5 or higher undergraduate GPA.
To apply for these scholarships, please write a 500 word minimum essay answering one of the questions below. Also include an explanation of 100 words or less about why you want this scholarship. You must also include a school transcript with your application (law school transcript for Current Law School applicants, and an undergraduate transcript for Future Law School applicants). Students will be required to provide proof of enrollment and student ID number.
1. What book or author has had the biggest impact on changing the way that you think and your aspirations as a lawyer?
2. Please describe how any lawyer or judge has particularly inspired you?
3. What obstacles have you overcome in your life and how have those experiences influenced your aspirations for a legal career?
Deadline and Submission Information:
Completed applications must be submitted by May 1, 2023.
A committee of lawyers and staff at our firm will evaluate each submission and select the winner for each scholarship.
By sending your application, you agree to use the scholarship funds for education purposes only. Check will be sent directly to the school’s Financial Aid Office in the student’s name.