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Macomb County Bar Foundation

Macomb County Bar Foundation

Philip F. Greco Memorial Scholarships (Undergraduate/Scholarship)
Trustees College Scholarships (Undergraduate/Scholarship)
Trustees Law School Scholarships (Undergraduate/Scholarship)

40 N Main St., Ste. 435
Mount Clemens, MI 48043
Ph: (586)468-2940
Fax: (586)468-6926
E-mail: [email protected]
URL:http://www.macombbar.org

Philip F. Greco Memorial Scholarships (Undergraduate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To provide financial assistance for second or third year law students enrolled in evening classes at the University of Detroit Mercy Law School. Focus: Law. Qualif.: Applicants must be enrolled as law degree candidates in evening classes at the University of Detroit Marcy Law School. They must demonstrate a need for financial assistance, good academic standing (2.5 GPA or above), and the ability to achieve success as a lawyer. Criteria: Selection will be based on the committee's criteria.

Funds Avail.: $3,000. To Apply: Applications can be downloaded online. The application packet must include: completed application; candidates most recent law school transcript; resume; three letters of recommendation; a personal statement in which the candidate discusses his/her inertness in law, reason for applying for scholarship, career goals and any other pertinent information he/she would like the Scholarship Committee to know. Deadline: January 25. Contact: Macomb County Bar Foundation at the above address (see entry 4271).

Trustees College Scholarships (Undergraduate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To award scholarships for students enrolled in Macomb County Community College who have been affected by Michigan's economic circumstances. Focus: Law. Qualif.: Applicants for the Macomb County Bar Foundation Trustees Scholarship must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment at Macomb Community College at least part-time (six credit hours). Criteria: Preference is given to students who are returning to school due to job loss resulting from downsizing, restructuring, lay-off or corporate buyout. Preference is also given to students who seek to adjust skills by enrolling in a law-related education program.

Funds Avail.: $2,500 (Award is for tuition, fees and other educational expenses.) To Apply: Applicants may download application online. The application packet must include: completed application; brief summary of applicant's educational and career goals; resume; three letters of recommendation; a personal statement in which the candidate discuss their interest in law, reason for applying for scholarship, career goals and any other pertinent information he/she would like the Scholarship Committee to know about. Deadline: January 25. Contact: Macomb

County Bar Foundation at the above address (see entry 4271).

Trustees Law School Scholarships (Undergraduate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To award scholarships for pursuits in the study of law. Focus: Law. Qualif.: Applicants must be second or third year law students who demonstrate a commitment to serve or contribute to the Macomb County legal community; must demonstrate a need for financial assistance; and must have high scholastic achievement. Applicants must be enrolled as a law degree candidate at one of the following Michigan Law Schools: Thomas M. Cooley, Michigan State University, University of Michigan, University of Detroit Mercy, Wayne State University. Criteria: Selection will be based on the committee's criteria.

Funds Avail.: $3,000. To Apply: Applicants may download application online. The application packet must include: complete application; candidate's undergraduate college transcript; candidate's most recent law school transcript; resume; three letters of recommendation; a personal statement in which the candidate discusses his/her interest in law, reason for applying for scholarship, career goals and any other pertinent information he/she would like the Scholarship Committee to know about. Deadline: January 25. Contact: Macomb County Bar Foundation at the above address (see entry 4271).

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