The Blass Law PSA scholarship is only open to undergraduate or graduate students accepted to or enrolled in accredited colleges or universities. We can only consider your application if you use the application form provided on this page.
Incomplete applications cannot be evaluated or considered. Please be sure to include all of the required information and attachments.
December 15, 2020 is the application deadline. If you submit your application after that date, it will not be considered.
Blass Law Traffic Stop PSA Scholarship Committee
A scholarship committee will receive all of the eligible applications. After reviewing and evaluating all of the complete, timely applications, the committee will select a winner.
The committee will evaluate applicants using the eligibility criteria for the scholarship. Sometimes the committee asks for additional information from the applicant.
The decision of the scholarship committee is final. The scholarship committee is not responsible if technical difficulties prevent you from submitting a complete or timely application.
We only use the information in your application to evaluate your qualifications for the scholarship, and not for any other purpose. Neither Blass Law nor the scholarship committee will sell, share, distribute, or otherwise use any applicant’s personal information, except as provided below.
Announcement of the Scholarship Winner
By submitting your application, you give Blass Law the right to announce the name of the scholarship winner and include the PSA or portions thereof in a press release, in social media, or on the law firm website.
Equal Opportunity Statement
Blass Law and the scholarship committee will not engage in any form of discrimination against any person who applies for this scholarship. We do not discriminate based on gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, race, religion, color, national origin, disability, or any other protected category.