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Paralegal BA Degree

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Scholarship for Paralegal Students
2014 Thomson Reuters Scholarship Application Available

To be eligible you must be enrolled in or an accepted student in an accredited paralegal education program or college level program with emphasis in paralegal studies. Completed applications with all supporting paperwork must be postmarked by July 1, 2014. For more information and an application form click here The Scholarship information is under the Announcements Tab.

WINNERS of the 2013 Eleanor Roosevelt Essay Competition

The Paralegal Studies Program offers a scholarship essay competition twice a year. Funds awarded are used for tuition in the paralegal program. Applicants write 2000 word essays on a topic of current interest and four scholarships are awarded twice a year. The Eleanor Roosevelt competition is announced each fall and the Franklin Roosevelt competition is announced each spring.

1ST PLACE – Aslum Khan
Essay: S.744: The Future of Immigration

2ND PLACE Natalie Cammallarie
Essay: Position Paper in Support of Immigration Reform (Senate Bill 744)

2ND PLACE – Josephine Herrera
Essay: The Detrimental Deterrent: The Negative Consequences of Senate Bill 1342

2ND PLACE – Elizabeth Patino
Essay: Stand Your Ground

Congratulations to our newest Inductees to Lambda Epsilon Chi!

Roosevelt University is a chapter of the national honor society for paralegal students, Lambda Epsilon Chi or LEX. On October 25, 2013, the following program graduates became the most recent inductees.

  • Katherine Baker
  • Stephanie Geissler
  • Kyle King
  • Jasmine Morgan
  • Teresa Randle
  • Patrick Tang

The inductees will be recognized for their achievement at the Evelyn T. Stone College of Professional Studies annual  Student Award Ceremony in the spring.