Nadrich & Cohen, LLP Merit Scholarship

Each year, the Law Offices of Nadrich & Cohen, LLP awards a one-time $1,000 scholarship to a California high school graduate who seeks to be enrolled in an accredited four-year college or university following completion of high school.

Nadrich & Cohen, LLP is a California personal injury law firm with multiple offices throughout the state including offices in Los Angeles, Fresno, Modesto, Palm Desert, San Francisco, and Tracy.

As lawyers, we understand the value of obtaining a degree from an institution of higher education, be it an undergraduate or graduate degree. We want to encourage California high school students to continue their education after high school and that is why we offer this scholarship.

To apply for the Nadrich & Cohen, LLP Merit Scholarship, students are required to submit the below:

1. An unofficial transcript which indicates a minimum, cumulative 3.4 GPA

2. A 500-600 word statement on the importance of obtaining a college degree. There are no content restrictions for the  statement, except that it must answer the above prompt and it must be between 500 and 600 words in length; and

3. The Nadrich & Cohen, LLP Merit Scholarship Application Form. The application must be downloaded, completed and sent to us in PDF format via email.

We encourage all California high school students, who meet the above criteria, to apply for this program. The deadline for submissions is August 1st, 2020.

The scholarship award recipient will be notified of the selection on or within 30 days of the submission deadline.

Please submit PDF copies of the unofficial transcript and statement to [email protected].

Award recipient will be selected based on a combination of cumulative GPA and overall quality of statement submission.

Nadrich & Cohen, LLP will provide the scholarship award in the form of a check for $1,000 payable directly to the student for use to cover tuition, textbooks, fees, and travel to or from school.

The law firm of Nadrich & Cohen is committed to encouraging the pursuit of higher education for all California students regardless of race, sexual preference or gender identity. We believe that all Californians and all Americans should have equal access to a college degree.

Please direct all scholarship related questions to Carina Solorzano at [email protected].