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Gordon Law Group Scholarship

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 Gordon Law Group Need-Based Scholarship

Gordon Law Group represents individuals and businesses in a wide range of tax and advertising law matters. We understand the increasing costs of college tuition makes it more difficult to graduate college for many outstanding students across the nation. Therefore, we are offering one $1,500 scholarship to an undergraduate or law school student of need who submits the best essay addressing the topic below.

Eligibility Criteria:

This scholarship is open to any US citizen or permanent US resident who will be enrolled full-time in an accredited community college, college or university, or accredited law school in the fall of 2017.

Application Requirements:

  • The student must complete the online application which appears below by June 1, 2017.  Applications submitted via any other channel will not be considered.
  • The applicant must write an essay (maximum 500 words) on the topic below.
  • The student must submit FAFSA results to verify need and must provide proof of enrollment should his or her essay be selected.
  • The winner must consent to the use of his or her picture and other basic information on the winner page of the gordonlawltd.com website.

Essay Topic:

Submit an original essay (maximum 500 words) on the following topic:
Should the federal income tax code be changed to a flat tax of 18% with no deductions so that every person pays the same tax rate?

Announcement of Scholarship Winner:

The decision of the committee is final. The winner will be notified via email or phone by September 1, 2017. The funds will be disbursed directly to the college or university to be used for tuition only. The winning essay may be published at gordonlawltd.com. Gordon Law Group has the sole right to resolve any disputes which may arise in the selection of the winner.  

  • Scholarship Submission Application

  • Submit your essay (maximum 500 words) on the following topic: Should the federal income tax code be changed to a flat tax of 18% with no deductions so that every person pays the same tax rate?
  • By initialing here, I give full rights for the use of this essay to Gordon Law Group for any advertising or promotional purposes.