Who Can Apply: This scholarship will be awarded to a law student spending their summer working at a non-profit organization, doing juvenile justice or restorative justice work. It is meant to help support students doing unpaid or low-paid, but important juvenile or restorative justice work. Law students from diverse backgrounds and/or have juvenile or criminal records are encouraged to apply.
Submission: Please write an essay that addresses all/any of the following points:
- What made you want to work in the juvenile or restorative justice space?
- What experiences have you had related to juvenile or restorative justice?
- What kind of career do you hope to have after graduating law school?
Deadline: April 30, 2020