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Hutchison & Foreman, PLLC

Hutchison & Foreman Committing to Justice Scholarship

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1500 USD
24 Jun 2024
Application deadline


The Texas law firm of Hutchison & Foreman is proud to offer financial assistance to students who are pursuing law degrees. Attorneys Susan Hutchison and S. Rafe Foreman have dedicated a substantial amount of time and effort during their careers to advancing the legal profession and providing resources to aspiring and training lawyers.


Scholarship type

Merit based

Number of scholarships to award




Scholarship coverage

  • tuition fee reduction


Committing to justice takes more than just words; it takes action. The commitment to justice for all has been an integral foundation upon which the law firm of Hutchison & Foreman was built. Building a successful law firm practice from Fort Worth to Lubbock and throughout Texas and the United States has required a deep and abiding commitment to justice for all.

At this law firm, everyone matters to us, and each client deserves powerful advocacy and skillful representation from their trial warrior team. All it takes for evil to prevail is for good men and women to do nothing. Clients who hire our firm seek a commitment to justice born not solely of words but through deeds. At Hutchison & Foreman, they believe in action and results. They hope to evoke the same passion in future legal professionals.

Through their Committing to Justice Scholarship, they aim to support the futures of law students who are interested in pursuing similar paths to their own. If you are a law student who hopes to pursue a career representing plaintiffs in civil rights or employment discrimination cases, they highly encourage you to apply.

Applicable programmes


This passion for building a strong future for the legal community has led to this excellent legal team offering a $1,500 award each semester to a law student through the Hutchison & Foreman Committing to Justice Scholarship.


  • Law students interested in representing plaintiffs in civil rights or employment discrimination cases.
  • 18 years of age or older.
  • Enrolled in an accredited law school.

Scholarship requirements







Study experience required

High school


Over 18


Application deadline

24 Jun 2024

Once you have determined that you are eligible to apply, please prepare the following materials:

Proof of Enrollment:

this may be submitted as an acceptance letter, letter of admission, or class schedule.

Consent to Publish:

if you are chosen for this award, we will be sharing your video on our marketing channels to announce the winner, and we require applicants to consent to publish their submission.

Video submission answering the following:

What inspired you to take an interest in and pursue issues involving civil rights and employment discrimination?Please make sure your video is between 3-5 minutes in length and submitted as a URL.

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