Murray Rossen Criminal Justice Scholarship: Rossen Law Firm Gives Back
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:
- Your full name
- The school you are currently enrolled in
- 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.
2019 Murray Rossen Criminal Justice Scholarship Winner - Congrats, SHANNON WONG
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.