Keller Law Offices is delighted to announce its Annual Scholarship for the 4th year running. This scholarship is designed to assist sensational young people who wish to go to college but are unable to because of financial constraints.
At Keller Law Offices, the attorneys have experience in many areas of criminal law with a track record of 16 years in helping people eliminate or lessen their sentences and minimize the effects of their charges. The Minneapolis criminal defense law firm of Keller Law Offices is committed to protecting clients’ legal rights and strongly defending them against criminal charges. Thorough investigation of the facts and circumstances of client’s arrest is conducted and also seek to suppress evidence when improperly obtained.
Their practice areas include; DWI (driving while intoxicated) charges, drug crimes, sex crimes, white collar crimes, and traffic violations. The credibility of evidence or testimony is challenged when appropriate.
A scholarship worth $1,000 is offered by Keller Law Offices to assist outstanding young students who are facing financial hardship and wish to pursue a degree program at the university.
Eligibility and Selection Criteria
To be considered for this scholarship, applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria.
You must be a national of US or a permanent US resident and be enrolled in a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate degree program at an accredited community college or university.
Application Deadline 15 July, 2020
- All applicants must be completed and submitted before the deadline day, that is, by 15 July, 2020.
- An essay of not more than 1,500 words must be posted on the student’s blog on the university website or student’s personal blog. The blog post should be made public and the student should be recognized as the author of the essay.
Essay Topic: Describe an incident or write a fictional story of how someone got falsely accused of a crime and how they handled it. Be sure to leave an open ending but include enough details to make it interesting. Your story should include the alleged crime, the penalty the defendant would face in your state if convicted, and a narrative of how they dealt with the situation.
- All applications submitted via any other channel aside from the one above will not be put into consideration.
- By 15 August, 2020 – Scholarship recipient will be notified via email or phone.