I have a passion for the law and am deeply committed to represent people who are in trouble and in need of help.
Being a voice for others, as my mother became a voice for me, motivates me.
She entered the University of Florida (Gainesville) this past fall as a junior, having completed her first two years of college while finishing high school.
Nicole plans to obtain her bachelor's in political science by age 20 and continue to law school for her J. She said she learned a lot working in her dad’s law office this past summer and hopes to eventually study abroad.
Nearly 200 students, Mensans and non-Mensans alike, will receive funds for college, ranging from $600 to $2,000.
Lost sometimes in the breadth of the Foundation’s scholarship program are the individual applicants who are impacted — and their compelling stories.
The defendant participates in an actual trial complete with a judge, teen attorneys and jury and receives a sentence of community service.
After the sentence is completed, the crime is expunged from the defendant’s record.
I also plan on becoming an adult volunteer for Teen Court.
As I focus my studies, Teen Court will always be my inspiration for going into the legal field.