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Opportunity For a $500 Scholarship!

Winner of 2015 Scholarship:

jennifer-barrow-imgJennifer Barrow

Ramey Law congratulates Jennifer Barrow, winner of Ramey Law’s first annual 1st Year Law Student Scholarship. Jennifer is attending the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida. Thanks also to the many well-qualified applicants for the scholarship. Ramey Law wishes Jennifer and all of you the best of success as you embark on your legal careers!

Biography:

Jennifer was born in Weymouth, MA and is the oldest of three children.  She was the Valedictorian of East Bay High School, Gibsonton, FL, for the Class of 2000, and graduated from the United States Military Academy (West Point) with the Class of 2004.  She served as an Army Military Intelligence officer for seven years, and was stationed in Fort Huachuca, AZ; Fort Gordon, GA; Afghanistan; Ft. Riley, KS; and Iraq.  Military awards conferred during her service include the Afghanistan Campaign Medal with Campaign Star, Bronze Star Medal (Iraq, 2010), Meritorious Service Medal (Afghanistan, 2007), Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal with Campaign Star, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon, Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, and NATO Medal.

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Scholarship Application 2016

John F. Ramey is pleased to announce his 2nd annual scholarship available to students anticipating entering school in the fall of 2016 as either a pre law undergraduate or first year law student. The $500 scholarship is intended to help defray expenses for students accepted into a school anywhere in the United States.

Eligibility

Applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Recipient is a U.S. citizen or otherwise authorized to work in the United States
  • Recipient is accepted, and will either be attending school as a pre law undergraduate or entering law school in the fall of 2016
  • Academic achievement as reflected by a minimum 3.0 GPA

Requirements

Applicants must submit the following by August 15th, 2016:

  • A completed resume
  • 1,000 word (max) typed essay on the following topic: By the time of the next presidential election in 2016, three of the current justices on the US Supreme Court will be in their 80s. It is likely that the President who will be elected in 2016 may have the opportunity to appoint up to three new justices to the Supreme Court. Future justices could potentially face cases on everything from campaign finance to affirmative action, abortion and voting rights. Some advocate for a so-called “litmus test” during the confirmation process to try to determine how a nominee might vote on a particular issue should it come before the Court. Others argue that judicial experience or temperament should be the main qualifier, and such tests should not be used. Which do you believe is the best evaluator of a nominee, and why?
  • An acceptance letter from a school within the United States

Award

  • Scholarship is to be used exclusively for school tuition and related expenses
  • A check for $500 will be made payable to the award recipient’s directly to cover these expenses
  • Scholarship award recipient will be notified of the selection on or about August 31, 2016

Deadline

Completed applications must be submitted through the form below no later than August 15, 2016.

Scholarship Application

Do not call or contact our law firm directly about the scholarship. Only applications submitted electronically will be considered
  • Requirements

    Do not call or contact our law firm directly about the scholarship. Only applications submitted electronically through the form below will be considered.
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  • Requirements

    Applicants must submit the following by July 1st, 2016.
  • Attach an essay 1,000 word (max) on the following topic: By the time of the next presidential election in 2016, three of the current justices on the US Supreme Court will be in their 80s. It is likely that the President who will be elected in 2016 may have the opportunity to appoint up to three new justices to the Supreme Court. Future justices could potentially face cases on everything from campaign finance to affirmative action, abortion and voting rights. Some advocate for a so-called "litmus test” during the confirmation process to try to determine how a nominee might vote on a particular issue should it come before the Court. Others argue that judicial experience or temperament should be the main qualifier, and such tests should not be used. Which do you believe is the best evaluator of a nominee, and why?
  • An acceptance letter from a school within the United States.

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