TUCKER IP PERSONAL INJURY AND PATENT
SCHOLARSHIP TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Tucker Law Law Personal Injury and Patent Scholarship is a bi-annual $500 scholarship for those students that been influenced by personal injury or patents.
Applicants must be either enrolled in an accredited law school or a current undergraduate student accepted into law school with the intention to pursue a career in either personal injury or patents.
The Tucker Law Law Personal Injury and Patent Scholarship is open to those students that have been influenced to pursue a personal injury or patent law career due to their own personal injury or patent experience.
Deadline for Applications:
Fall Semester – July 31st
Spring Semester – November 30th
Please answer any one of the following essays. Your essay must be between 500 and 1500 words.
- How has a personal injury inspired you to pursue a career in personal injury law?
- How has a patent inspired you to pursue a career in patent law?
- Applicant must be either:
- A law student at an accredited law school; or
- An undergraduate student at an accredited undergraduate institution that is intending to attend law school during the next academic school year.
- Applicant must submit an official copy of their transcript.
- Applicant must have a minimum of 2.5 GPA
How to Apply
Those interested in the Tucker Law Personal Injury and Patent Scholarship must apply through the online form. Emailing or otherwise contacting any members of the firm in any other form will disqualify your application. Only one submission per person.
Tucker Law Law Personal Injury and Patent Scholarship (“Tucker Law Scholarship”) is open to students attending an accredited law school in the United States or be accepted to start law school within eight months prior to the acceptance of the scholarship.
The winner of this scholarship is selected at the sole determination by the Firm’s Selection committee. All decisions of the committee are final and not open for review. By submitting your application, you agree that you cannot challenge any portion of the decision of the scholarship or the selection committee, including the selection of the winner.
The information is used for determining the scholarship recipient. Your information will not be sold to any third parties. The scholarship recipient’s information may be used for public relations and advertising, but only after written consent from the scholarship recipient.
The scholarship recipient will be chosen from the selection committee, whereby the selection committee is determined at the sole discretion of Tucker Law. The selection process will be neutral with regard to gender, race, sexual preference, and national origin.