To support the pursuit of excellence in family law, we have created the 2015 Law Office of Steven Fritsch Scholarship; it will help a graduate as she or he pursues a legal career and will be an advocate for children or a spouse.
The $1,000 scholarship will partially defray first-year expenses for a student who has been accepted into an accredited law school in California or anywhere in the United States for enrollment in the fall of 2015.
“Many of our clients are focused on pursuing their education, when re-establishing themselves after a divorce or custody case,” said Steven Fritsch, founder, Law Office of Steven Fritsch. “Our scholarship is designed to support a student who has experienced the impact of marital dissolution and is inspired to secure a brighter future for her or his clients,” added Fritsch, who is a family law attorney in practice for more than 12 years.
Applicants must submit the following by July 27th, 2015:
- A completed Scholarship Application Form
- One to three (1-3) page typed essay describing the personal experience that inspired them to enter law school and study family law.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college and an official and complete copy of undergraduate transcripts, with minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA
- An acceptance letter from an accredited law school within the United States for Fall 2015
- Proof of legal residency in the United States (i.e., birth certificate, passport, permanent resident card, etc.)
- The Law Office of Steven L. Fritsch Scholarship is to be used exclusively for law school tuition and related expenses.
- A check for $1,000 will be made payable to the award recipient’s law school to cover these expenses.
- Recipient is expected to submit receipts in accordance with IRS regulations.
Scholarship applications may be mailed to
Law Office of Steven L. Fritsch
300 Carlsbad Village Drive, Suite 216
Carlsbad, CA 92008
or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline is July 27th, 2015 and the award will be announced on or about August 31, 2015.
Questions regarding the scholarship, the applications, or the scholarship requirements should be submitted to email@example.comRead More
Junior Leadership Akron is seeking a law student to assist with a program being held on campus on Tuesday, October 15. The student would be responsible for meeting a group of high school students at the Honors Common at 12:15 pm, walking them to the law school, and conducting a brief tour of the building.
If you are interested assisting, please contact Professor Joann Sahl, who is coordinating the Junior Leadership event on October 15. Her e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More
Maplewood Career Center in Ravenna, OH (about 30 minutes east of Akron) is seeking several law students to speak to high school students entering their Legal Academy this year. The intent of the panel is to address life as a law student, as well as your educational and professional history leading up to law school.
The panel will run from 6-7 pm on Thursday, September 26.
If you are interested in participating in this program, please contact Renee Hauler, who is the director of the Legal Academy at Maplewood. Her e-mail address is email@example.com, and her phone number is 330.296.2892, x551033.Read More
The Admissions Office would like to publicly thank the following students for their assistance during Orientation Week, August 19 through 23:
Jasmine Coleman, Joe DelGallo, Brianna Hill, Cathy Nagy, Nikhil Paul, and Shelby Rainier for helping with Check-In on Monday, August 19.
Amanda Smith for doing photography during our icebreaker and dinner on Monday, August 19.
Jess Replogle and Joe DelGallo for leading campus tours.
Dan Boyer, Jess Replogle, Suzanne Schick, and Timothy Weimer for leading law school tours.
Annette Boulard, Hillary Conidi, Casey Davis, Keith Dye, Brianna Hill, and Vinny Sawyer for sitting on the “My First Year” panel.
Annette Boulard, Jenna Bucklew, Christopher Crull, and Steven Kirby (and their spouses) for sitting on the Spouses/Partners/Significant Others panel discussion.
Jessica Peplowski, Elayna Saad, and Rachel Scava for assisting with check-in at the welcome dinner on Friday, 8/23 at the John S. Knight Center.
Jessica Peplowski and Lee Potts for addressing our new students at the welcome dinner.
New student orientation is a huge undertaking, and it wouldn’t work without the help of our students. Thank you all so much for making orientation such a smooth process this year.
On July 27, 2013, we hosted an open house for prospective students, most of whom are considering starting law school in the fall of 2014. The program was highly successful: more than 80 guests were in attendance, and many people went out of their way to tell me and Mary how much they enjoyed the event.
Mary and I would like to publicly thank the following individuals for their assistance on Saturday:
- Gary Spring and Marty Belsky for teaching mock law classes
- Law student Rachel Scava for assisting with check-in
- Law students Justin Burns, Jackie Cabonor, Joseph DelGallo, Evan Grasse, Patrick Hanley, Olivia Kotter, Christina McClish, Phil Orenstein, Ashley Wakefield, and Jonathan Wolnik for serving as panelists and tour guides
- Alumni Jennifer Hamey (‘06), Alan Medvick (‘06), Mike Pfahl (‘04), Jack Pierson (‘82), and Larry Tucker (‘84) for serving as panelists
Events like these simply don’t work without the assistance of faculty, staff, students, and alumni. Thanks to all for your help and support.
Director of Admissions and Financial Aid