Koffel, Brininger, and Nesbitt Criminal & DUI Law Attorneys intends to make a new scholarship, the Moral Responsibility and the Application of Law Scholarship, available to undergraduate and graduate students beginning in 2024. This scholarship promises $2,500 in financial support to a student whose critical thinking skills and personal dedication put them a step ahead of the rest.
Koffel, Brininger, and Nesbitt invites students from all areas of study, all across the United States, to submit scholarship video essays between 30 and 60 seconds for the firm’s consideration. Students have until August 15, 2024, to bring together their application materials.
The firm cannot answer emails, phone calls, or other forms of communication with questions about the scholarship at this time.
Undergraduate and graduate students interested in applying for the Moral Responsibility and the Application of Law Scholarship must:
- Have a GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Enroll in or be accepted at an accredited college, university, or graduate school in the United States
- Agree to the scholarship’s terms and conditions
- Complete the application before the submission deadline passes
How to Apply
Students who want the scholarship selection committee to consider their applications must:
- Meet the scholarship’s aforementioned eligibility criteria
- Complete the application form on this page
- Upload a copy of their unofficial transcripts
- Add a link to their unlisted, YouTube-published video essays
- Upload proof of academic enrollment, such as a letter of acceptance or student ID
Scholarship Video Topic
The team with Koffel, Brininger, and Nesbitt wants today’s college students to think critically about the various applications of the law in criminal court. With that in mind, the firm wants students applying for the Moral Responsibility and the Application of Law Scholarship to answer the following question:
What is an attorney’s moral responsibility in the application of the law?
Students can include societal or personal examples to elaborate on their points. The videos students submit must be somewhere between 30 and 60 seconds in length. Students should edit their videos before publishing them as unlisted YouTube videos. Students can then submit links to those unlisted videos when filling out their applications.
Students have until August 15, 2024, to submit their applications to Koffel, Brininger, and Nesbitt. The firm will not accept applications submitted after this date or applications submitted without all of their essential materials.
Terms and Conditions
All applicants to this scholarship must meet the eligibility requirements as laid out on the scholarship application page, including:
- Applicant must be enrolled at a college, university, or graduate school
- Applicant must be at least 18 years old at the age of enrollment
- Applicant must have residency in the United States
- Applicant must be in good academic standing
- Applicant must submit some personal information, including name, contact information, and proof of enrollment.
- Applicant must author an original video on the scholarship topic provided.
Anyone who meets the following conditions is NOT eligible to apply:
- Employees or children of employees of Koffel, Brininger, and Nesbitt
- Past recipients of the Moral Responsibility and the Application of Law Scholarship
- Applicants who are unable/unwilling to be interviewed by a representative of Koffel, Brininger, and Nesbitt if they were to be awarded a scholarship.
- Applicants who submit the same video for multiple years in a row or for multiple scholarships
Selection & Award Notification Process
Students who want Koffel, Brininger, and Nesbitt to consider them for the scholarship award must submit their applications by the submission deadline. The firm will not award scholarships to students who miss this deadline or who fail to submit all necessary materials along with their applications.
After the submission period closes, the scholarship selection committee reserves up to three months to choose a winner. This period might be extended depending on the number of applications received. Age, race, religion, gender, national origin, familial status, or other protected classes will have no influence on the committee’s decision.
The firm cannot answer questions about the scholarship or the winner selection process submitted through any medium. Likewise, the firm will only communicate with its scholarship recipient. Students and their families can keep an eye on the firm’s website for updates about a winner.
Upon selecting a winner, the scholarship selection committee will work with the student and their university of choice to apply the scholarship funds to the winner’s education.
Your personal information will not be given, sold, or distributed to third parties.
We reserve the right to use the winners’ names and photos in any announcement or communication related to the scholarships, on Koffel, Brininger, and Nesbitt’s website, in marketing materials, or in social media posts.
By submitting your application, you agree to our public use of your name and image.
Koffel, Brininger, and Nesbitt looks forward to celebrating the success of its winning students in years to come. Future scholarship applicants can visit this page to read blog posts and press releases describing the achievements of the Moral Responsibility and the Application of Law Scholarship’s winners.