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Madelyn Chen - 2020 Winner of the Emery Reddy Legal Studies Scholarship

Emery Reddy Scholarship for Legal Studies

Madelyn Chen, Harvard Law School

Madelyn is a second-year law student at Harvard Law School. She currently serves as co-director of the women’s speaker series and diverse leadership series for the Harvard Association of Law and Business, and as co-chair of the fundraising committee for the Women’s Law Association. She plans to join the Child Advocacy Clinic to work with youth in vulnerable situations. Prior to law school, Madelyn graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with a B.A. in English and a minor in Film. Throughout college, she was an avid debater and mentored middle and high school students in public speaking and debating skills. She also served as an intake volunteer at Bet Tzedek legal clinic in Los Angeles, helping connect community members with legal aid, housing, and other resources, which inspired her to pursue a career in law.

Thomas Kaplan - 2020 Winner of the Judge William H. Fuld Workers' Rights Advocacy Scholarship

Emery Reddy University of Washington
Judge William H. Fuld Workers’ Rights Advocacy Scholarship

Thomas Correia Kaplan, University of Washington School of Law

Thomas is a second-year law student who takes a hands-on approach to learning and engaging in labor law. Over seven years of cultivating relationships with Washington’s groundbreaking farmworker union leaders, he has learned that change is possible when workers lead. Thomas has spent the past year working in labor law, conducting immigration-related research at the University of Washington and assisting in union-organizing efforts across Washington State. Believing that labor, immigration, criminal justice, human rights, and international trade and development are inextricably linked, he seeks to integrate aspects of each into his studies and his future career as a lawyer. Thomas would like to express his gratitude to working people everywhere who fight for their rights and for the betterment of society – it is because of their efforts and movements that he was able to find his calling in public-interest law.

2021 Scholarship Opportunities

Emery Reddy is proud to announce its fifth annual round of scholarships. Each year we offer financial assistance to students earning degrees in the legal field.

Scholarship submissions will be accepted through midnight Pacific Standard Time on November 30, 2021. Winning scholarship recipients will be contacted via email in early January 2022 and a check will be made payable to the recipient’s educational institution directly.

Applicants will write a 250-500 word essay on why they are pursuing a career in legal studies and/or why they are interested in the legal field.

Scholarships are open to all applicants who are attending or accepted into an accredited college or university within the United States; winners will be required to provide proof of enrollment and good standing upon selection. Entrants may apply to only one of the scholarships listed.

Emery Reddy Legal Studies Scholarship — $2,500

The successful candidate will demonstrate their dedication to the study of law in 500 words or less. We want to hear why each candidate is interested in the study of law. The award will be sent directly to the school to assist with the successful applicants’ tuition payments.

Requirement:Essay submission of 250-500 words on why the applicant is pursuing a degree in legal studies. Student must be attending or accepted to an accredited US college or university.
Deadline:November 30, annually
Essay limit:250-500 words
Award Amount:$2,500

University of Washington Judge William H. Fuld Workers’ Rights Advocacy Scholarship

In honor of the lifetime achievements of Judge William H. Fuld, Emery Reddy is proud to work with University of Washington School of Law in extending a scholarship to successful applicants who display an interest in advocating on behalf of workers.

Successful candidates will submit an essay of 250-500 words. The essay will describe their interest in advocating on behalf of workers or discuss a unique experience with workers’ rights issues. The award will be sent directly to the school to assist with the successful applicants’ tuition payments.

Requirement:Essay submission, student must be attending or be accepted to University of Washington School of Law
Deadline:November 30, annually
Essay limit:250-500 words
Award Amount:$2,500

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