Michael W. Moran, P.C.
2020 Academic Scholarship
Michael W. Moran, P.C. represents people whose civil rights are threatened by criminal charges and seek protection of their civil liberties and swift legal exoneration. The underlying principle of the firm is that every person deserves to be treated with dignity, respect, and equality by our criminal justice system.
To support our philosophy, Michael W. Moran, P.C. has created a Criminal Law Essay Scholarship, the winner of which will receive a $2,000 scholarship. The purpose of the scholarship is to raise awareness of criminal and civil rights issues, and to support students who can articulate the importance of these principles in written form.
All students who are currently attending an undergraduate or postgraduate course in an accredited college, university or graduate school can participate in the scholarship contest. If you are interested in our scholarship program and want to participate in the contest, please read all the information provided below very carefully.
- Accepted by or currently attending an accredited college for a full-time undergraduate or graduate program in the United States.
- Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 (or the equivalent).
- A proof of enrollment in an undergraduate or postgraduate degree course is required.
How To Apply
- Write an essay on the topic “What Does the U.S. Constitution Mean to you?”
- You must send your essay to us on or before 17th December 2020.
- You can send your essay (in MS Word format only) by email to [email protected]
- Don’t forget to mention your name, email, and phone number in your application.
- You are also required to mention your college/university details in your application.
- Only essays that are unique and creative will be considered for the contest.
- The winner will be contacted via e-mail and must respond within 5 days in order to accept the reward. If no response is received within that time frame, another winner will be selected to receive the award instead.
- Only essays that will be received on and before the deadline will be considered for the contest.
- The essays will be judged on many parameters, including: uniqueness, creativity, thoughtfulness, value of the information provided, grammar and style.
- The winners will be announced on December 30th, 2020.
NOTE: The information gathered as part of this application process will only be used to determine eligibility and authenticity of the student’s status, GPA, and enrollment. Michael W. Moran, P.C. does not share this information with third parties, nor use your application or personal information for promotional or marketing purposes. This information is kept confidential, and all application materials are deleted or destroyed after we complete our application and evaluation process. In addition, students maintain complete rights over the essays submitted for review.