Scholarship Pays $1,000 To Give Law School a Pass

, The National Law Journal


Matt Willens of the Willens Law Offices talks to NLJ about his "Anything But Law School" scholarship, which offers $1,000 to a college graduate who goes on to graduate school, but avoids law school.

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    Marialyn, perhaps the hyperlink was added after you commented, but look for the blue text in the first paragraph above: ' "Anything But Law School" scholarship.'

  • Proofreader?

    I's like to apply to be a proofreader. I couldn't get past the first few paragraphs due to the typos and omissions.

  • Marialyn

    A link to the application would be nice. What do I need to do to apply?

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