Upsolve Access to Justice

$2,500

March 31, 2022

Awards Available: 1

  • Scholarship Description
  • At Upsolve, we know just how important students are for ensuring a future legal system that’s equitable and accessible. Upsolve itself started as a university project, relying on university professors for mentorship and students for team members. To encourage students to brainstorm ideas for changes they’d like to see, we’ve set up a scholarship. We aim to encourage students to focus on ways they think our society can improve access to justice. We welcome a two-page essay on your ideas for the future by email.
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    In order to be eligible for the $2,500 scholarship, applicants must be a current high school senior, a full-time college student, or a graduate student; must apply via email and provide their name, university or college, major and expected graduation month and year; must be in good standing with their current or prospective institution; and must provide their application (a 500 to 1,000 word essay on your ideas for a more equitable legal system) by March 31st. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 150 Court St., 2nd Floor
  • Brooklyn , NY 11201
  • scholarships@upsolve.org
  • 512-775-7147
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