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Leadership Scholarships: Serious Support for Serious Leaders
Leadership Scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate strong leadership potential. The scholarships are based on leadership qualities, professional and personal life accomplishments, past academic achievement, and commitment to making a difference in communities and organizations. Applications for this award are not required, though admitted applicants are encouraged to submit an essay (not to exceed two pages) that speaks to their leadership abilities. This essay can be e-mailed to email@example.com or faxed to (614) 292-1492.
Leadership Scholarships are renewable for each year of law school, not to exceed three years total. In order to maintain a Leadership Scholarship, one must remain in good academic standing. For more information about the Leadership Scholarship, please contact the Admissions office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (614) 292-8810.
Leadership Scholarships: Partnering Your Potential with Moritz Resources
Building on the existing strengths of the Moritz College of Law, Leadership Scholars may choose from a range of opportunities to create a customized leadership portfolio.
- Learn leadership styles and strategies in the "Lawyers as Leaders" course.
- Develop management skills through selecting leadership training programs from among 110 graduate and professional fields of study at The Ohio State University.
- Cultivate consensus building skills through Moritz Law's nationally-ranked alternative dispute resolution courses, clinics, competitions, and certificate program.
- Earn academic credit while working with lawyers and policy makers at the highest levels of government in the Moritz Law Washington D.C. Summer Program.
- Study for a semester or summer at Oxford University in a Moritz international program rich with academic and cultural experiences that provide insight into international and comparative law, conflicts, and the challenges of leadership in a global community.
- Gain insight into judicial decision making as a student judicial extern or a post-graduate judicial clerk. Students will be guided every step of the way by a faculty member, half of whom have served as federal judicial clerks, including six with the U.S. Supreme Court.
- Participate in the deliberative and strategic processes of state government and work with elected and appointed officials through the Moritz Law Legislation Clinic.
- Learn by example from attorneys whose careers reflect the highest ideals of the profession in the Mentoring and More @ Moritz Program.