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The Harris Federal Law Firm Scholarship

And the Winner is….Harris Federal Scholarship

We are pleased to announce that this years’ winner of our scholarship contest is Thomas Gallagher! He has been awarded $1000 to help fund his legal education.

Originally from Philadelphia, Thomas knew from a very young age that he wanted to pursue a law career. He credits his passion for law to three mentors. In his essay he submitted for this contest, Thomas writes, “Beyond inspiring me to attend law school, the biggest inspiration I have received from each of my mentors is to use my legal training to serve my community.” He has found that he loves Constitutional Law and says that one day he may even go on to work for the Federal Government in Federal District Court. In his spare time, he enjoys cooking and competing in intramural soccer.

Thank you to all who participated and once again, congratulations Thomas!

About the Contest

The Harris Federal Law Firm Scholarship Program was designed to help rising 2L and 3L law students fund their legal education.

Requirements

Applicants were required to be a rising 2L or 3L law student at an ABA-accredited law school and must have maintained a 3.0 minimum GPA.

They were required to submit the following:

  • Copy of their current transcript
  • Digital photo of themselves
  • 1-2 sentences explaining their hobbies, interests, and future goals
  • A persuasive essay about one of the following topics;
  1. At Harris Federal Law Firm, we are committed to helping federal works overcome the obstacles they face as a result of a medical condition. What qualities and values do you possess, and how have those qualities and values helped you overcome certain obstacles in your life?
  2. Our attorneys chose to pursue a legal career, which champions the rights of federal workers. What primarily motivated you to attend law school? How will that motivation impact your career as a legal professional?

Stay tuned for more updates about next years’ contest.