Studying at the University of Texas not only prepared Neal Davis academically, but gave him the opportunity to meet his mentor, Dick DeGuerin. His collegiate experience shaped the lawyer Neal would become. What better way to pay that forward than by creating a scholarship opportunity for others?
To enter our scholarship essay competition, answer the following question in 500 words:
Give a legal argument on why you are for or against a convicted felon having the right to vote or bear arms.
by the deadline noted above.
Judges will examine all entries received by the deadline above. Entries will be judged on argument presented as well as reader-friendliness for online audiences. The winner will be selected and notified up to 6 weeks after the submission deadline. One winner will be awarded the scholarship amount, and notable entries will also be published on the Neal Davis Law website.
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“On top of practicing law, one of my passions in life is helping students of all backgrounds and ages succeed. I privately fund this scholarship program to help students like you pursue education. Whether you’re in law school or another higher learning institution, I hope this scholarship takes away some of the financial burdens and stress you face, allowing you to focus on your academic success.
I wish you luck. Stay in school and stay focused.”
Get to Know Attorney Neal Davis
Neal Davis is a top-rated Texas attorney, focusing in both criminal defense and personal injury litigation. Neal is a native Houstonian. He majored in Spanish as an undergraduate at the University of Southern California, and spent part of his childhood in Mexico. He graduated from the University of Texas School of Law in Austin, Texas, and became licensed to practice law in Texas in 1999. Studying at the University of Texas not only prepared Neal Davis academically, but gave him the opportunity to meet his mentor, Dick DeGuerin.