It’s a new year—and a new opportunity for the Neal Davis Law firm to pay it forward.
Our firm has kicked off our fourth annual college essay competition, with a $1,000 scholarship being awarded to the winner.
Think you can win? Keep reading for details.
Essay & Application Instructions
All applicants must submit an essay answering the following question:
How has the #MeToo movement changed how schools deal with and talk about sexual assault on campus, and what approach in your view would best balance a victim’s right to justice with an accused’s right to due process/fairness?
Your essay must be between 500-750 words. All essay submissions must also include a completed and signed (PDF) Neal Davis Law Scholarship Essay Contest Application & Rules.
You can apply by submitting your essay and application via email.
Don’t delay! The deadline for submission is March 31, 2019.
Are You Eligible?
The requirements for eligibility are listed below:
- Students must be US residents or resident aliens enrolled at a college or university in the US.
- The essay must be in English.
- The essay must be original and written by the applicant (only one essay will be considered per student).
What Does It Take to Win?
Wondering what it takes to win? Check out our winners from previous years:
- Essay Contest 1: Are law enforcement body cameras an invasion of privacy?
- Essay Contest 2: Do mandatory minimum sentences make the U.S. safer or more dangerous?
- Essay Contest 3: Is more oversight of the FISA court needed? If so, what type of oversight do you suggest?
If you have any further questions about the competition, feel free to contact us.
We’re eager to read your essay. Good luck!