Taylor & Ring’s Annual Victim Advocate Scholarship
At the Taylor & Ring law firm, we are committed representing victims of sexual assault, harassment and sexual abuse. We represent children, women, and men who have been victimized by these horrible crimes. We are committed to holding institutions responsible for their negligence in connection with these types of assaults. We also know that the best chance our clients have for a successful outcome lies in a strong civil justice system that vindicates their rights. Those individuals who are skilled advocates and who fight for their clients' rights are the ones who ultimately make a big difference in victims' lives.
That is why we are proud to announce the Taylor & Ring Victim Advocate Scholarship. This annual award will be given to a student interested in pursuing the study of law with a specific goal of helping survivors of sexual assault, rape, child abuse, or sexual harassment in the workplace. The successful candidate needs to be currently enrolled in, or will be enrolled in, an accredited college or university or law school for the upcoming academic year. The scholarship can be paid directly to the student’s college or law school at his or her request, if necessary.
Winner of the 2020 Taylor & Ring Annual Victim Advocate Scholarship
Taylor & Ring is excited to announce that Olivia Horton is the winner of the 2020 Taylor & Ring Annual Victim Advocate Scholarship! We invite you to learn more about Olivia’s advocacy here.
Congratulations, Olivia; all of us here at Taylor & Ring are thankful for your continued advocacy on behalf of victims and wish you the best in your legal career!
- 2019: Hannah Lazarz
- 2018: Ashley Johnson
Types of Cases We Handle
Our attorneys handle a variety of injury cases, including:
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Wrongful Death
- Injuries to Children
- Nursing Home Neglect & Abuse
- Police Misconduct
- Defective Products
- Premises Liability
- Construction Accidents
Scholarship amount: $5000
To be eligible for the scholarship, please submit the following to the link below:
- An essay of no more than 1000 words about what the civil justice systems means to you;
- Proof of enrollment in an accredited college or university or law school;
- A brief statement about your financial needs.
We may also ask the finalists for a letter of recommendation from a current or former teacher or professor or advisor.
All applications must be received by October 1, 2021, to be considered eligible. The winner will be notified by prior to December 1, 2021.