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Offered by Law Office of Jack G. Lezman, PLLC
The Jack G. Lezman Scholarship Contest is back and offering a $1,000 award to the U.S. college student who submits the best video or essay explaining how bankruptcy laws promote entrepreneurship and economic growth. If you’d prefer to go the video route, simply record a one- to two-minute video, publish it to your YouTube channel with the title “Jack G. Lezman Scholarship Contest” and include this link (https://www.jacklezman.com/scholarship-for-college-students/) in the description. Then, share your video on the “Law Office of Jack G Lezman, PLLC: Charlotte Bankruptcy Attorney” Facebook page and your own. If video isn’t your thing, you can alternatively submit a 1,000-1,500 word essay instead, and email it to [email protected]. Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to earn funding toward your education!
The Law Office of Jack G. Lezman, PLLC has spent more than 15 years providing personal and specialized bankruptcy representation to clients who have found themselves in desperate financial circumstances.
This scholarship is open to students meeting the below eligibility criteria.
To apply, applicants must submit one of the two application materials below, in which they explain how bankruptcy laws promote entrepreneurship and economic growth
1,000 - 1,500 word essay
1-2 minute video
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