Murray Rossen Criminal Justice Scholarship: Rossen Law Firm Gives Back

Murray Rossen and Adam Rossen pictured in South Florida

In honor of Adam’s grandfather, Murray Rossen, an accomplished attorney, Rossen Law Firm gave away a $1,000 criminal justice scholarship in 2019 to a student inspired to enter the criminal justice field, whether through the practice of law, paralegal studies, law enforcement, corrections, forensics, etc.

 

Scholarship Details and Deadlines:

Your mission: Put together a video telling us how you plan on using your education and skills to rock the criminal justice world. The video must be a minimum of two minutes long. There is no maximum length as we do not want to put a cap on your creativity.

 

*Tip: We don’t do boring. We reward courage. We appreciate different.

 

In addition to the video submission, applicants must also:

  • Be enrolled either part time or full time in college, law school, or a masters level (or higher) equivalent.
  • There is no minimum GPA required for consideration.

 To apply you must:

Upload your video submission onto YouTube with the hashtag #RossenLawFirm and email the link to: [email protected]

 

In this email, also include:

  1. Your full name
  2. The school you are currently enrolled in
  3. A copy of your most recent transcript (as proof of enrollment).
 

The deadline for submissions is: June 15, 2019

Winner will be announced in July 2019.

Good luck!

 

2019 Murray Rossen Criminal Justice Scholarship Winner - Congrats, SHANNON WONG

Criminal justice scholarship award recipient with Adam and Manny, who are award-winning criminal and DUI defense attorneys in Fort Lauderdale

The winner of the Murray Rossen Criminal Justice Scholarship is Shannon Wong, who will be pursuing her law degree at Florida State University. I am honored to dedicate this scholarship to my late grandfather, Murray Rossen who graduated in the 1930's from St. John's University in New York. He always had a passion for the law, and that passion inspired me to go to law school. I have great faith that Shannon will do fantastic in law school and truly make a difference in the legal community.