Talented and smart law students in Arizona are being encouraged to apply for an esteemed scholarship named for former Judge Thomas Tang. The sponsor is the Arizona Asian American Bar Association.
The application (link below) is straightforward, and it includes a question that applicants must answer (in no more than two pages):
“What is the importance of diversity in education and employment and how will your education, background, and perspective on diversity be a benefit as a leader in society and in relation to your law practice?”
The deadline is Friday, March 20, 2015, at 11:00 p.m.
Anyone who attended this week’s John P. Morris Memorial Lecture at ASU Law School may have a jump-start in conceptualizing their essay. That’s because ABA President-Elect Paulette Brown spoke on “The Importance of Diversity & Inclusion in the Law.” It was the 15th annual Morris Lecture, and she also spoke in celebration of Black History Month. (Thank you to NAPABA President George Chen for the heads-up.)
Here is more background from AAABA:
Do you know a law student who attends a law school in Arizona?
If so, then encourage him or her to apply for The Thomas Tang Law Scholarship, which is funded by AAABA and awarded in honor of the late Judge Thomas Tang. Up to four scholarships may be awarded in an amount of at least $2,000 each.
Awards will be presented at AAABA’s annual installation and scholarship banquet to be held on Wednesday, April 15, 2015.Follow @azatty