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Sugarman Annual Law School Scholarship

$1,250

April 30, 2021

Awards Available: 2

  • Scholarship Description
  • The partners at SUGARMAN have created this annual scholarship to support law school students who are preparing to pursue practices in personal injury law and/or in a public service capacity. SUGARMAN offers two (2) $1,250 scholarships each year to pay for tuition and/or other education-related expenses. Applicants must be a current or admitted student at an accredited law program in the United States, in good academic standing at a law school or college, required to have their transcript sent to the firm for verification, and preference may also be given to individuals from or attending school in Greater Boston, including Suffolk, Norfolk, Middlesex and Essex counties. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 800 Boylston Street
  • 30th Floor
  • Boston, MA 02199-8001
  • scholarship@sugarman.com
  • tel: 617-542-1000
  • fax: 617-542-1359

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