Longworth Law Firm in Houston, Texas, offers an annual college scholarship. Applicants must be enrolled in or accepted at an accredited college or university. Special consideration will be given to law school students and U.S. military veterans. They specifically would like to help a student who desires to pursue a career in family law.
Answer this question in 1,000 words or less:
Why is it important to provide affordable family law services to military, law enforcement, and other first responders?
Be as specific as possible. The student who submits an answer that is the most thought provoking and innovative will be awarded the scholarship.
The following information must immediately follow your essay:
- First Name Last Name, Phone Number
- Mailing Address
- Email Address
- High School Graduation Date (YYYY.MM.DD)
- The college/university you are applying to, have been accepted to, or are currently enrolled in.
- Your personal bio in 280 characters or less.
Award Amount: $500
Deadline: August 31st (NOTE: This is the date from the e-mail they sent to us, but their website shows a different date. We don’t know if they forgot to update that or what. We e-mailed them asking which is the correct date, but they haven’t responded. Other scholarship sites list the same August 31, 2019 deadline that we were given.)
Applicants must mail their entry as a 12-point font, double spaced, printed Word document or Google Doc to the following address:
MyHoustonDivorce.Lawyer Scholarship Committee
440 Louisiana St, Suite 1225
Houston, TX 77002
Attorney Daryl Longworth of the Longworth Law Firm is a family law attorney in Houston, Texas. His law office focuses on helping clients with family law matters such as wills, adoptions, divorce, child support, mediation, Child Protective Services issues, and juvenile delinquency defense. Mr. Longworth is a former law enforcement officer for the Houston Police Department. He is a graduate of the University of Houston Law Center and has a Masters Degree from Houston Baptist University. Mr. Longworth is honored to serve as a substitute judge in the Harris County Juvenile Courts. He also enjoys volunteering his time at church. He takes great pride in giving back to the community. You can learn more about him here.