Lemberg Law Scholarship Recipients

Hooray! Lemberg Law is proud to have supported the education of the following winners of our Scholarship Program.

Since 2014, Lemberg Law has been sponsoring scholarships for students interested in a career in law — which touch on the entrepreneurship and marketing aspects of being a successful law practice. We feel this is a vital component (read our editorial on this), which is not given enough attention by schools. Growing a law firm and making a name for yourself is harder than ever, and though our scholarship program, we have sparked thousands of applicants to think about these issues in a fresh way. Here, we’re proud to list the past winners.

Lindsey Sporrer (USC Gould School of Law) – “Entrepreneurial Spirit” $1,250 Law School Scholarship – For her Facebook-style ad about lemon law. Sporrer is excited to be currently working as a legal clerk for a Los Angeles-based law firm. “I’m working on a case slated to go to trial in the fall,” she said. “My business degree really helped me understand how all of the pieces of the case fit together.”

Feruza Legass (Hampton College) – “Entrepreneurial Spirit” $1,250 Undergraduate Scholarship – For her Facebook-style ad and caption on debt collection. “[The scholarship] means so much to me because I’m the first in my family to go to college,” she said. “I’m the first of four, and what I want to do – go far away and go to law school – is difficult for my parents. Getting this help is really important to me because it makes it easier on them.”

Sead Muradbegovic (College of Idaho) – ‘Land of Opportunity’ $1,250 College Scholarship, 2018 ($1,250) – For his essay comparing the different ways this topic is approached in the country of his birth and in the United States, explaining that in the Slovakian constitution, “Citizens shall have the right to work, whereas the United States has no likewise amendment.”

Aditi Deal (University of Houston) – ‘American Dream’ Law School Scholarship, 2018 ($1,250) – for her essay comparing lemon law in India, her country of origin, and the United States, where she is now a citizen.

Mary Truong (Northwestern University’s School of Journalism) – Lemberg Law Lemon Justice Scholarship, 2015 – For her illustration which shows the significance of lemon laws in cartoon form.

Gabrielle Onyema (Roosevelt University) – Do Not Call Complaints Scholarship, 2015. ($1000).

Ty Stewart (Northwest Missouri State University) – ($1000).

Timothy Catron (Arizona State University) – ($1000).

Aiko Hassett (Middlebury College) – ($1000).

Opinion: Law Schools Should Teach Students How to Market and Make a Living

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