Tuttle Law, P.A. Scholarship
Personal Injury Legal Studies Scholarship
To support the education of those interested in dedicating themselves to passionate advocacy on behalf of injury victims, Tuttle Law, P.A. proudly announces its sponsorship of a new scholarship opportunity. The Tuttle Law, P.A. Personal Injury Legal Studies Scholarship application process is now open to those interested in pursuing the study of personal injury law.
The celebrated poet Robert Frost once surmised that “A jury consists of twelve persons chosen to decide who has the better lawyer.” Unfortunately, in the context of personal injury law, this observation is not wholly without merit. Especially when personal injury victims are trying to hold powerful entities accountable for wrongdoing, the skill, experience, and dedication of the lawyers involved can make or break the outcome of an individual’s justified claim. As a result, it is critically important that those who have been injured as a result of another’s negligence, recklessness, or intentionally harmful behavior are provided with knowledgeable, focused, and determined legal counsel. Our firm is honored to support the legal studies ambitions of those students eager to provide the high-quality legal advocacy that personal injury victims deserve.
Tuttle Law, P.A. will be awarding a $1,000 scholarship to a Junior/Senior in high school, and to a student pursuing college or an advanced degree of any type. Those awarded these scholarships must meet the eligibility and selection criteria outlined below.
Eligibility and Scholarship Selection Criteria
To be considered, applicants must demonstrate that their experience fulfills the following eligibility requirements and selection criteria:
- This scholarship is offered to high school Juniors and Seniors, as well as any student currently enrolled in an accredited community college, undergraduate, or graduate program in the United States.
- The scholarship candidate must possess an interest in studying personal injury law. This interest may be demonstrated by relevant life experiences, past and/or present volunteer experiences, educational experiences, and/or professional experience.
- The scholarship candidate must be in good academic standing, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.
Please note that the scholarship funds can be applied to tuition, room and board, books, and/or other fees, at the high school, community college, undergraduate, or graduate program where the student is currently enrolled or will eventually be enrolled, provided that the program in question is accredited and located within the United States.
Scholarship Application Requirements
To be considered for this scholarship, please submit the following documentation:
- A current resume
- A current unofficial transcript from the applicant’s high school, college, or university.
- An essay (1,000-word limit) responding to one of these prompts:
Florida’s statutes of limitations for personal injury matters are unusually lengthy when compared to those of most other states. If a client asked you whether they should file suit immediately after, several months after, or a few years after an injury occurs, how would you advise them?
- Nine out of 10 personal injury matters settle out of court. What are the benefits of settlement before trial vs. placing a matter in front of a jury?
- What inspires you to study personal injury law and what do you plan to do after pursuing further study of this subject matter?
The Tuttle Law, P.A. Personal Injury Legal Studies Scholarship winners will be announced in May of 2023.
Scholarship Application Instructions
Scholarship applicants should submit required documentation via email to email@example.com. The official submission deadline for all application materials is March 31, 2023.