The Bradley Law Firm is excited to announce a new scholarship opportunity for all college or graduate school students within the United States. E. Ryan Bradley, managing partner of The Bradley Law Firm earned a merit based half-full ride scholarship to Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, Missouri. Looking back, that scholarship was immensely instrumental in Ryan opening up his own law firm. Had Ryan not received this scholarship, large student loans would have compromised his dream of pursuing justice for individuals.
In recognition of the opportunity Washington University in St. Louis bestowed upon Ryan, The Bradley Law Firm is pleased to pass on that opportunity to others. It is our hope others will find financial security and relief with this scholarship and it will inspire the recipient to pursue their own dream of helping individuals, especially those whose lives are compromised through no fault of their own.
The Bradley Law Firm Scholarship terms, conditions, rules and instructions on how to apply can be found below.
$1000.00 to be utilized towards tuition . Funds will be paid directly to the school in the care of the recipient.
The deadline to apply for this scholarship is July 1 of each calendar year. The winner will be selected and announced on August 1.
To apply for this scholarship, you must provide an acceptance letter from an accredited 4-year college or graduate school and proof of enrollment for the upcoming fall semester. You must give The Bradley Law Firm the ability to verify enrollment with your school.
On or before July 1, you must email your essay in Microsoft Word format to Ryan@thebradleylawfirm.com. You must include within your essay your full name, mailing address, email address, the law school you are enrolled in for the applicable year, the admissions contact at the school, your biographical information, and a substantive response to the essay topic, and why you should be chosen for The Bradley Law Firm Scholarship.
For 2020, The Bradley Law Firm essay topic will be on the issue of how the use (or misuse) of technology has contributed to the reduction or increase in motor vehicle collisions and thus personal injury. The essay should also explore how current technology could be better designed, adapted or utilized to prevent crashes and personal injuries on our nation’s roadways and reduce the number of people hurt while driving.
Our Personal Injury Attorneys have proudly collected TENS OF MILLIONS of dollars in compensation for clients. Below are some of our recent personal injury case results.
"Overall, I had a great experience working with The Bradley Law Firm!! I would recommend Ryan and his team to anyone. Being involved in a car accident can be quite stressful and dealing with insurance companies can be even more stressful. Having Ryan in my corner lifted a huge burden off my shoulders and made this process much easier for me. They handled everything. Tina is great…she is awesome! She’s extremely patient and kept me informed throughout the entire process. The Bradley Law Firm team is very personable, easy to talk to, and a pleasure to work with."
Our Personal Injury Attorneys have proudly collected TENS OF MILLIONS of dollars in compensation for clients.
It is our mission to ensure you receive a maximum recovery for all of your damages, to the fullest extent under the law.
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