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Eskesen Advocacy & Justice Scholarship

Meet Our FounderThe Eskesen Law Firm, located near Penn Station in Manhattan, combines the personal touch of smaller firms with the resources and determination of larger law firms. Their main goal is to obtain the highest possible compensation for their clients from insurance companies. The firm, spearheaded by attorney Frank Eskesen, benefits from his over twenty years of legal expertise and a sterling reputation in the personal injury field. The team is accessible around the clock and boasts a history of significant settlements. They tailor each case to the client’s specific circumstances, often surpassing the preparation intensity of insurance and defense teams. Operating on a contingency fee basis, their payment is tied to their client’s victory. Committed to advocating for those unjustly injured through no fault of their own, the firm has become a trusted name in the New York legal community.

Dedicated to defending the rights of those unjustly injured, we are proud to announce the Eskesen Advocacy & Justice Scholarship. Our aim is to nurture the next wave of advocates, whether they embark on a journey mirroring ours or forge a unique path of meaningful change. By investing in a student with a heart for service, we believe we’re contributing to a more compassionate and just world.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Students in any accredited U.S. college/ university program, as well as rising high school seniors
  • Individuals passionate about advocating for the unjustly injured (as reflected in your essay).
  • GPA of 2.00 or above

Essay Prompt & Questions

Respond to one of the following questions in an essay of 1,000 words or less:

  1. Describe a personal experience that highlighted the significance of advocating for those unjustly injured and how it influences your career goals.
  2. Choose a historical figure known for championing justice and discuss how their journey resonates with your aspirations in personal injury advocacy.
  3. Considering the ever-evolving nature of personal injury law, where do you foresee the major challenges and opportunities in the next decade, and how do you plan to navigate them?

Application Materials

  • Current resume
  • Essay, 1,000 word maximum answering one of the above essay questions
  • Current unofficial transcript

Submission Deadline: December 31st 2024
All application materials must be submitted by this date.
Award Announcement: January 2025
Scholarship Amount: $1,000

Application Instructions

Scholarship applicants must submit all application materials by email to:
Please do not call the office with questions but submit them to the above email address.

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