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Deadline: August 1st, 2017
Scholarship Rules and Eligibility Requirements
Applicants may only submit one essay for consideration
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Applicants must be current college students pursuing a business or law degree in a school located in the United States or Canada.
To apply for the scholarship, applicants should submit an essay (400-800 words) to [email protected] along with their full name, age, and current school info.
Suggested essay topics:
- Dictionary is your friend
- Know your legal/business terms
- When one word makes a difference
The stories from finalists may be published on TheLawDictionary.org with attribution.
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