InjuredCT, a division of Aeton Law Partners, strives to help the local and national law community combat the obstacles that might otherwise delay its growth. That’s why, beginning in 2023, InjuredCT intends to make new scholarships available to students in pursuit of their secondary education.
The firm hopes that new and current students can use these scholarships to mitigate the cost of going to college and law school. Students looking for financial assistance can subsequently apply for any of the following scholarships:
All applicants interested in qualifying for InjuredCT’s scholarships must submit all materials through the firm’s website by their chosen application deadline. The firm will not consider applications submitted after an application’s closing date, regardless of the applicant’s circumstances.
The law firm will also disregard any scholarship applications submitted without all of the requested materials, ranging from proof of GPA and proof of citizenship to an essay within the law firm’s stated word limit. The firm will disregard any applications that do not meet its stated standards.
InjuredCT cannot, at this point in time, answer any form of communication with questions regarding the nature of these scholarships. Parties interested in applying for any of these scholarships can refer to the scholarship’s page for more information about essential materials and related criteria.
Similarly, the firm will not answer communications about the status of an applicant’s application during an application period or after an application deadline passes. The firm’s scholarship selection committee will only communicate with its scholarship winner. Interested parties can watch their email and the firm’s blog for updates from the scholarship selection committee.
The scholarship selection committee reserves the right to take between one and three months to select a winner from a scholarship’s application pool. The amount of time spent determining a winner depends on the number of scholarship applications the firm receives. Again, do not contact the law firm to request progress updates on the scholarship selection committee.
InjuredCT wishes all of its scholarship applicants the best of luck when submitting their applications through the firm’s website. The scholarship selection committee looks forward to reviewing students’ application materials and helping a deserving student advance their academic career.