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Thomas L. Dickson $1000 College Scholarship (ID 2389)

Scholarship Description

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At the Dickson Law Group, we understand the value of a college education as well as the financial difficulties many students and families may face in financing one. We understand from experience, attorneys have all attended nationally recognized educations, including Brigham Young University, Gonzaga, and George Washington University. Additionally, we appreciate the fact that we would not be where we are today without education and, importantly, not without the help and support of others. In an effort to help other aspiring young students realize their dream of obtaining a college degree, the Dickson Law Group is pleased to announce the creation of the annual Thomas L. Dickson $1,000 scholarship available to current college students or those planning on attending a college or university in the fall of 2018.

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The winner of the Thomas L. Dickson scholarship contest will be chosen by our attorneys based on participation in a video essay contest. In addition to writing an essay, participants are required to meet the following eligibility requirements a well:

-Must be currently enrolled in an accredited college in the US or are planning to matriculate in the fall of 2018.
-Must be in good academic standing if currently enrolled in college or high school
-If an applicant is under 18, the permission of a parent or guardian
Special Criteria:
The Essay Topic

The video essay should respond to the following question:

There is a bit of discretion involved when a judge is deciding spousal support/maintenance awards in a divorce or legal separation. Do you believe that the current factors which determine these decisions are sufficient? Do you think that spousal support/maintenance is still needed in today’s day/age?

Applicants are expected to conduct research on the benefits and disadvantages of getting a law degree.