Lawson Law Scholarship 2016 from William and Laurie Lawson

Lawson Law Scholarship 2016

Lawson Law Scholarship 2016 - Accident Lawyer Hawaii - William and Laurie Lawson

William and Laurie Lawson

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The Lawson Law Scholarship 2016

We are very proud and excited to announce the Lawson Law Scholarship 2016 - which will be awarded in the early summer of 2016 for the 2016-2017 school year. This will be the first year that the The Lawson Law Scholarship will be awarded to a deserving Christian law student. In our first year of providing the scholarship we hope to assist a young energetic Christian law student to attend law school, but we also hope to be able to assist many more young energetic Christian law students to pursue their dreams of a law school education in the years to come. Below are the scholarship details and submission information. For an entry form to apply for the Lawson Law Scholarship 2016, please click here: The Lawson Law Scholarship 2016 - Application Form. The deadline for submitting the scholarship application and the accompanying essay is April 30, 2016.




For the 2016-2017 school year, the Lawson Law Scholarship 2016 will be providing a scholarship of $2,000.00 towards tuition for a young Christian law student who wishes to study law at an accredited 3 year law school. The scholarship consists of one $2,000 payment, payable to the student's law school as part of the student's tuition.

Although there is no past recipient of the Lawson Law Scholarship - since 2016 will be its first year - there is a past recipient of the Lawson Scholarship 2015 for undergraduates. As further indicated below, Joshua Bowling of Arizona State University won the Lawson Scholarship 2015. Please be advised that if you are selected to receive the Lawson Law Scholarship 2016 - in order for you to accept it, you will need to authorize us to post your name, your law school and the academic year of your scholarship here on our website. This will only occur if you are awarded the law scholarship and if you agree to this condition of the scholarship. Several law schools require such information to be posted in order to allow them to monitor the validity of scholarship offers.

Privacy policy - Personal information provided to us in your scholarship application or essay is kept confidential and will only be used in the evaluation of candidates for the scholarship. In order to confirm the information which is submitted, for a few finalists who we select as part of the award process, we will be contacting the references provided and the churches, activities, schools, universities and law schools listed. We do not "harvest" email addresses, telephone numbers, IP addresses or other information from scholarship applications or from our website visitors in order to sell them to third parties. Our scholarship application forms and online inquiry forms and emails collect some or all of the following personally identifying information: (1) Name, (2) Address, (3) Phone number and/or (4) email addresses. None of this personally-identifying information is stored on our website, and thus we provide no online process for individuals to review and request changes to any of their personally identifiable information. If you wish to correct errors or make changes to information previously sent to us, please feel free to send us an email or to call on the phone to our office. Changes to our Privacy Policy. Most of the above Privacy Policy has been unchanged since our website(s) first went online back in the late 1990's. In the event that we make changes to or update this Privacy Policy in the future, we will post such changes or updates here on our website without any further notification. We do not anticipate any such changes or updates.

William H. Lawson is a personal injury lawyer who attended Stanford Law School and who has spent his legal career helping his clients to get their lives back on track after a serious life-changing accident. He has often helped to bring much-needed relief to the victims of auto accidents, defective products, maritime claims, severe falls, and other unexpected personal injuries. Mr. Lawson recognizes that a quality law school education is an essential foundation for a legal career spent serving others. He and his wife, Laurie, wish to assist a law student who has a heart for service to others.

This scholarship is for a communicator who has the joy and the talent to impact this world for Christ and who is interested in doing exactly that. The winner will be selected from the group of eligible candidates who submit an essay of 500 words or less on a topic of their choosing related to how they wish to use their law school education to advance the cause of Christ. Among other things, we will be looking for fresh and promising ideas about how to get the gospel message out to the world.

Entries will be open until April 30, 2016. The essay entry should be on no more than two typed 8-1/2 x 11" pages (which includes the name of the student, a title limited to 10 words and a word limit on the body of the essay of 500 words). An entry should be accompanied by a completed application form available on this website. Among other things, the entry form requires the name, address, phone number and email address of the submitter, the name of the church which the submitter attends and some general character references. Entries should be (1) submitted in hard copy by U.S. mail or (2) sent in a digital format (ASCII, MS Word or WordPerfect) to the email address: lawscholarship2016@hilaw.com An entry must be received by April 30, 2016 or it will probably not be considered. Entries sent by mail should be sent to: The Lawson Law Scholarship Fund 2016, 1188 Bishop Street, Suite 2902, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813. The winner will be announced by June 30, 2016.


For an entry form to apply for the Lawson Scholarship 2016, please click here: The Lawson Law Scholarship 2016 - Application Form. Entries should include both an Application Form and an Essay. Entries should be (1) sent in a digital format (ASCII, MS Word or WordPerfect) to the email address: lawscholarship2016@hilaw.com or (2) submitted in hard copy by U.S. mail to: The Lawson Law Scholarship Fund 2016, 1188 Bishop Street, Suite 2902, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813. Aloha!

 

UPDATE: The Lawson Scholarship 2015

Date: June 29, 2015

We are proud and honored to announce the winner of the Lawson Scholarship 2015 for undergraduates! This year's winner was:

Joshua Bowling of Arizona State University

Joshua Bowling won a scholarship of $2,000.00 towards his college tuition during the 2015-2016 school year. Congratulations Joshua and may you glorify Jesus Christ as you complete your college education and in your career!

 

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1. During normal business hours, you are strongly encouraged to call us (1) on the New Client Hotline at 808-524-5300, (2) on our Waipahu, Aiea and Pearl City number at 808-671-7600 or (3) on our main office number at 808-528-2525. You should be promptly connected with a new client intake specialist and, if appropriate, she will take down information about your claims for further consideration by Mr. Lawson. This is the best way to get ahold of Accident Lawyer Hawaii William H. Lawson during normal office hours (M-F - 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, except holidays - Hawaii standard time.)

2. However, if your contact is outside regular office hours Hawaii standard time, or if you simply prefer to contact us by email, then you have the option of filling out the following form with the information requested (including especially your correct contact information and the date of your accident) and submitting it for further consideration. Since e-mail is not 100% reliable, please follow up with direct phone contact for all time-critical communications. Please provide us with all of the preliminary information listed in the form below. Please also tell us if you are contacting Accident Lawyer Hawaii on behalf of someone other than yourself.

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