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2024 Terry Bryant Law School Scholarship: The accident and injury law office of Terry Bryant is proud to announce the availability of a $2,500 scholarship to be awarded to a student who has been accepted to or is currently enrolled in an ABA- or AALS-accredited law school.

We believe that attorneys can be agents of change and advocates for those who deserve a voice. We’ve centered our practice around this philosophy, and we’re hopeful that tomorrow’s lawyers will continue this mission.

Details & Online Application:

Number of Awards: 1

Entry Deadline: June 3, 2024

Eligibility & Requirements: The Terry Bryant Law School Scholarship is available to all future or current law school students, regardless of race, color, gender, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, or disability. Applicants must have a cumulative college grade point average of at least 3.0 and must be currently attending or planning to enter a law school accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA) or the Association of American Law Schools (AALS).


Applicants can tell their story via a written essay, video, or slideshow presentation. Materials requested must be received by midnight CT on, June 3, 2024. We encourage honesty and creativity in submissions. Applicants can choose one of these three forms of submission:

  • Video – The video must be less than 90 seconds long. A copy of the script must be included.
    • If the video presentation option is chosen, please upload to a video hosting site (such as YouTube or Vimeo) and provide the URL in the space provided.
  • Essay – An essay presentation must be typed, double-spaced, and 750 – 1,000 words.
  • Slideshow PowerPoint Presentation – Slideshow presentations must be at least 15 slides long.


  • A fully completed application for entry
  • A written essay, slideshow presentation, or video explaining their motivation for becoming an attorney and what they hope to accomplish as an advocate
  • Verification of admission to or attendance of a law school accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA) or the Association of American Law Schools (AALS)
  • An undergraduate transcript (either unofficial or official)
  • The student’s LSAT score(s)
  • At least two letters of recommendation that discuss the applicant’s achievements, academic potential, and involvement in their school and community. Letters of recommendation may be written by teachers, academic advisors, employers, coaches, school administrators, family friends, or religious leaders. (For recommendation letters that must be sent directly to us, please tell your reference to use