The Law Offices of David Azizi Scholarship Program
At the Law Offices of David Azizi we know how hard it is to be able to afford a law school education today. Working hard and having the ambition to do what is necessary to succeed are core traits. For many, securing a scholarship can make it easier for law students interested in personal injury law to dedicate themselves to their studies without additional worries. For that reason, David Azizi is providing a scholarship for those attending Southwestern Law School as a first, second or third year law student.
For more information and to apply, CLICK HERE.
Timothy J. Ryan and Associates Law Scholarship
Our personal injury lawyers hold a strong belief that helping needy students continue their education is the responsibility of successful law firms and legal organizations. Having practiced law for over 30 years, attorney Timothy J. Ryan has placed great value on his own education, making difficult sacrifices on his path to and beyond California’s courts. If you are a student intending to do the same, Timothy J. Ryan & Associates wants to help.
Timothy J. Ryan & Associates has a long history of providing community services through fundraisers and events, and we are now very proud to provide students aspiring to become lawyers with much-needed help through the Timothy J. Ryan & Associates Scholarship. This scholarship opportunity will be awarded to one law student each year and will be distributed based upon verifiable merit.
Please make sure to carefully review the scholarship eligibility requirements and applicant process below. Those planning to submit must remember to include:
- Your last name as well as your first,
- Email address,
- Phone number including area code and,
- Mailing address with your scholarship application submission.
The award recipient will receive the scholarship money 30-90 days after the deadline date. If you plan on participating, please note that your participation is also an agreement that you are giving Timothy J. Ryan & Associates full consent to contact you by mail, phone, and email. Also, if you win, you are providing your consent to use your first and last name, university law school or college identification as well as your submitted law essay on our website and for any promotional purposes we would like, without any further compensation or payment to you. If you have a preferred photo, please send it in with your law scholarship submission. The winner will be personally responsible for payment of any taxes due to the receipt of the law scholarship.
For more information about this scholarship or to apply, please CLICK HERE.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CHINESE LAWYERS ASSOCIATION
2017 SCHOLARSHIP/FELLOWSHIP APPLICATION
APPLICATION MUST BE RECEIVED BY: 5:30 p.m., Friday, April 7, 2017
The Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association ("SCCLA") annually awards
several $1,000 Scholarships and two to four $2,000 Fellowships to local Asian/Pacific American
The Scholarships are awarded based on need, academic accomplishments, and/or
potential contribution to the Chinese-American community. Law students at all levels are
encouraged to apply (including first, third year day, and fourth year evening).
The Fellowship award funds a clerkship at the Asian Americans Advancing Justice | Los
Angeles (“AAAJ-LA”) during the upcoming Fall and Spring school year. Receipt of Fellowship
funds is conditioned upon serving as a clerk at AAAJ-LA for a minimum of 15 hours per
week for 10 weeks. Please see the attached page for additional information on the Fellowship
requirements and guidelines.
There is no clerkship condition for any of the Scholarships.
Completed applications must be received by 5:30 pm, Friday, April 7, 2017.
Applications may be submitted by mail or email only. Please forward completed applications
Faith Santoso, Esq.
Asian Americans Advancing Justice | Los Angeles
1145 Wilshire Blvd., 2nd Fl.
Los Angeles, CA 90017
The selected Scholarship recipients will be awarded at the annual SCCLA Installation
Dinner on Friday, April 28, 2017 at Empress Pavilion in Chinatown, Los Angeles. The
selected Fellows will be recognized at the Dinner that same year, but will not be awarded the
fellowship title or money until the completion of the fellowship requirements. The official
award for fellows will be given at the following year’s banquet. Both the Scholarship
recipients and the selected Fellows must attend the April 28, 2017 dinner to receive their
Should you have any questions, please contact Faith Santoso at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CLICK HERE.
LOS ANGELES FIRE COMMISSION
board of SUE STENGEL
FIRE COMMISSIONERS independent assessor
DELIA IBARRA EXECUTIVE OFFICE
president 200 North Main Street, Suite 1840
Los Angeles, CA 90012-4112
ERIC GARCETTI (213) 978-3838 PHONE
STEVEN R. FAZIO Mayor (213) 978-3814 FAX
JIMMY H. HARA, M.D.
commission executive assistant ii
OFFICE OF THE INDEPENDENT ASSESSOR
STUDENT PROFESSIONAL WORKER - JOB OPPORTUNITY
HOURLY RATE: $15.41
The Office of the Independent Assessor (OIA) for the Los Angeles Board of Fire Commissioners is seeking a graduate student intern, preferably from a law or public policy school (first year law students may apply) for a paid position. Students interested in public employment law, labor law, public safety (fire and police) law and policy, municipal law, and/or transparency in government are encouraged to apply.
The OIA is the inspector general for the Los Angeles Fire Department, responsible for assessing how the Fire Department handles complaints of misconduct against sworn and civilian members of the Department. The OIA also has authority to assess any other operations of the Fire Department.
The Independent Assessor reports directly to the Board of Fire Commissioners, the civilian head of the LAFD, and assists the Fire Commission in providing independent civilian oversight of the Fire Department. The small size of the OIA affords a Student Professional Worker (SPW) an opportunity to play an integral role in the day-to-day work, this includes interacting with LAFD personnel and observing daily operations. Students are given the opportunity to ride along with the Fire Department during emergency operations and attend various Fire Department ceremonies and festivities.
Duties may include, but are not limited to:
•Reviewing and analyzing internal affairs investigations;
•Conducting legal research;
•Reviewing and analyzing LAFD policies; and
•Researching best practices of fire and other public safety agencies.
Students will also have the opportunity to meet Los Angeles City officials and learn about the inner workings of the City.
The SPW may work full or part time.* An SPW is restricted to work a maximum of 1039 hours for the City of Los Angeles in a 12-month period. Please note that this position is not a permanent Civil Service position with the City of Los Angeles. Therefore, the position is not eligible for any employee benefits.
The selected candidate will be required to take and pass a pre-employment medical exam and clear a background investigation.
The OIA is now accepting applications for Summer 2017. This posting will remain open until a sufficient number of applications are received. May close at any time. Please feel free to contact the office with questions.
1. Current full-time enrollment in an accredited four-year college or university or an accredited law school and must maintain 3.0 GPA.
2. Must be enrolled in and successfully complete a minimum of 6 semester (or 8 quarter) units of degree-oriented classes each semester (quarter) while employed as a Student Professional Worker. For quarter system programs, students must attend at least 3 quarters each year.
3. Satisfactory proof (enrollment verification, official college transcript, etc.,) must be submitted upon hire.
4. Student Professional Workers must maintain enrollment as a full-time student to continue employment, and must submit proof of enrollment not later than two weeks after the commencement of each Semester or Quarter.
To apply, please email a resume, cover letter and writing sample to:
Los Angeles Board of Fire Commissioners