The Woron & Dhillon Beacon of Justice Scholarship
The personal injury attorneys at Woron and Dhillon, LLC, based in Columbia, SC, are committed to helping injury victims secure the care and compensation they deserve. Our legal team has handed thousands of cases and built a reputation for in-depth legal knowledge and the experience necessary to advocate effectively for clients.
Aside from our effective legal representation, we are known for offering accessible service and compassionate support. When you entrust us with your case, you get direct access to our attorneys who will guide you meticulously through each step of your case.
It is this same dedication to client care that motivates us to sponsor The Beacon of Justice Scholarship.
Believing in the transformative power of education, we wish to support students aiming for a career in law, particularly those with a passion for personal injury law. The Woron & Dhillon Beacon of Justice Scholarship offers a $1000 reward, given annually to a selected winner from a pool of essays submitted by applicants.
- What defining experiences or influences have steered you towards a career in law? Discuss how these have molded your viewpoints and ambitions for your legal journey.
- The field of law is as diverse as it is challenging. As you initiate your college education, what specific law domain interests you most, and why? How do you perceive this area resonating with your personal ethics, long-term aspirations, or commitment to justice?
- Law can exert a significant influence on society and individuals. As you commence your college career with an intention to study law, how do you foresee employing your legal education to bring about positive change in your community or society at large?
- The Woron & Dhillon Beacon of Justice Scholarship is open to students from all accredited U.S. undergraduate, graduate, or professional programs.
- High school seniors, GED holders, and community college students who are enrolled in or accepted into an accredited program are eligible.
- Applicants must demonstrate a commitment to improving the lives of others, as evidenced in their essay.
- A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 is required for application.
- All applicants should be in good academic standing.
Materials to be submitted include:
1. A current resume in PDF format
2. An essay answering the above questions (not less than 1000 words nor more than 1500 words)
3. A current, unofficial transcript
All application materials must be submitted by May 31st, 2024
The recipient will be announced in July 2024
Scholarship applicants must submit all application materials by email to [email protected]
Please do not contact the office by phone. All queries should be directed to the above email.
"Mr Woron is the best attorney I've ever had. I was in an accident and my car was totaled and it messed up my back. He made sure we were all taken care of referring us to the specialists we needed to see. He's an attorney you feel actually cares for his clients and doesn't just see you as a paycheck. If you're ever in an accident I highly recommend this man because you will most definitely be taken care of. Even the doctors he refers you to are amazing and genuinely care for your well being."