Werman Salas P.C. Labor and Employment Law Scholarship
- Any undergraduate or law school student is who has demonstrated interest in labor or employment law, workers rights, or economic policy relating to overtime pay, minimum wages, or gender-based disparities.
How to Apply:
- Applicants must submit a combined personal statement and essay (under 800 words). The essay must describe a committed interest in labor or employment law, workers’ rights, or economic policy relating to overtime pay, minimum wages, or gender-based pay disparities. The essay should also explain how that interest informs future employment goals.
- The personal statement must be submitted to email@example.com in a .pdf format and must also contain on a separate page the following information.
- Your Full Name;
- Phone Number;
- Mailing Address;
- Proof of Academic Enrollment;
- Your University or Law School Personal Email Address;
- Subject Line as: “Werman Salas P.C. Employment Law Scholarship.”
Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website.
Online Application Available