Micklin Law Group Scholarship

Not everyone has the means to obtain a top-notch education. On most student’s way to a degree, they may encounter financial difficulties, even if they have the motivation to do amazing things with their knowledge. 

Being the youngest of four siblings raised by a single mother, Brad Micklin is aware that families occasionally have to make difficult financial decisions. Brad knows the difference an education can make because it allows him to have a successful and fulfilling career that he may not have had otherwise.

This award is given by the Micklin Law Group in memory of the late Judge Eugene H. Austin, a friend and professional mentor of Brad Micklin. Judge Austin offered Brad the amazing chance to serve, taking a chance on him. 

Brad wants to play a part in providing some extra financial support to children who don’t have the means to do so. He is pleased to provide a needs-based scholarship to young individuals who are motivated and have a strong work ethic to succeed in college but could use some financial support. 

Twice a year, in the fall and spring semesters, Brad grants this scholarship. Dad’s rights and family law are the areas of expertise for Brad Micklin, managing partner and lead attorney at The Micklin Law Group, LLC. Before enrolling at Widener University of Law in Delaware, Brad earned his B.A. from Temple University in Pennsylvania. 

Brad’s degree has made it possible for him to have a successful and satisfying career that he might not have otherwise been able to. He is aware of the impact that education can have. A twice-yearly needs-based scholarship opportunity is provided by Brad to deserving students who might require some extra financial support to finish their degree. 

Every year, one scholarship will be given out for the spring and fall semesters. Brad aspires to use this scholarship to assist the next generation in leaving their mark on society.

Qualifiability Standards

The award is needs-based and given out twice a year. Candidates must be admitted to a US college with accreditation.


Two $1,000 awards are given out by the scholarship, one to a different student each semester. By February 28th, 2024, the award recipient will receive notification of their selection.

Scholarship Closing Date

For the spring semester of 2024, the current scholarship deadline is December 31st, 2023.

Details of Submission

  • Please fill out their online application to apply. For the scholarship to be considered, all application materials must be received by the deadlines. By March 31st, 2024 (for the spring semester of 2024), awards will be announced.
  • Documents Needed: Undergraduate Certificates of Twelve Years of Education.
  • For international students, a photocopy of their passport is required.
  • A brief CV or resume and a statement of purpose are needed.
  • Recommendation Letters
  • English Proficiency Certificate from the previous college.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the scholarship for law students in the Philippines 2023?

The FLP Scholarship is a ₱200,000 financial award, of which ₱80,000 will be used as a stipend, ₱20,000 will be used for book allowance, and ₱100,000 will cover tuition. Applications for the academic year 2023–2024 are now being accepted by FLP. 

Is there any scholarship for LLB students in India?

An endeavor of the GEV Scholarship Fund Trust, the GEV Memorial Merit Scholarship for Law Students seeks to financially assist deserving law students in their pursuit of a top-notch legal education at

How do you get a scholarship for Harvard Law?

Harvard Law School’s financial aid program is need-based. For JD students, we do not provide any merit-based financial aid. We offer funds to lower the annual cost of attendance for law students who show financial need, depending on our evaluation of each student’s resources.

Can I get a 100% scholarship at Harvard?

Harvard does not provide full-ride scholarships or merit-based aid. They do, however, fully satisfy proven financial needs. Therefore, you may be eligible for nearly a full ride if you have a high need, such as an auto-zero EFC on the FAFSA.

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