Employment Law Firm McCormack & Erlich Announces Fall 2017 Scholarship

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San Francisco, CA (Law Firm Newswire) May 16, 2017 – McCormack & Erlich, an employment law firm based in San Francisco, California, is offering a scholarship for students who are interested in employment law or policy, or are passionate about workers’ rights. Students who have worked at a legal aid society, labor organization or other nonprofit organizations or community groups focused on employee rights are also invited to apply.

“We have created this scholarship in an effort to help promising students overcome the financial burden of pursuing further education,” commented attorney Bryan McCormack of McCormack & Erlich. “We hope the award can put a young person hoping to join the legal field on the path to building a bright future.”

The winner of the McCormack & Erlich Employment Law Firm Scholarship will be revealed in September 2017. The successful applicant will receive $1,000 to be used toward the cost of their higher education. Law students at an ABA-approved law school or students currently enrolled in an accredited four-year undergraduate college are eligible for the scholarship.

McCormack & Erlich is now accepting applications for the scholarship. All entries must be submitted by August 31, 2017 for consideration.

To apply, interested candidates are required to submit a personal statement outlining their aspirations regarding employment law, employment policy or workers’ rights. Applicants should also describe the actions they have taken to work toward achieving their goals. The scholarship will be awarded based on the strength of the personal statement, which should be under 500 words.

Through the scholarship, McCormack & Erlich aims to encourage a new generation of individuals dedicated to protecting the rights of employees who have been wrongfully terminated or who have suffered loss of wages, retaliation, harassment or discrimination in the workplace. “We are proud to be able to contribute to the educational goals of a student who is persevering to make a difference in his or her community by seeking justice for those facing employment-related hardships,” said attorney Jason Erlich.

For more details about the McCormack & Erlich Employment Law Firm Scholarship, or to submit an application, go here:

Learn more at http://mcelawfirm.com/. McCormack & Erlich 150 Post Street Suite 742 San Francisco, CA 94108 Phone: (415) 296-8420
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