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Cohen & Jaffe, a Personal Injury Lawyer in New Hyde Park, is offering its Community Volunteer Scholarship to a Deserving Student
New Hyde Park, NY – The Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, LLP maintains connections with communities where it offers legal services to personal injury victims and others in need. The attorneys and staff strive to serve communities through volunteer work in various organizations. While they focus on addressing legal concerns and advocating for clients’ rights, they also devote their efforts and time to the underprivileged and those who need medical support.
“Community service represents a critical aspect of our firm. We want to help today’s young volunteers to succeed in their academic and professional pursuits. When they venture into their careers, they will, in a way, be continuing our legacy.” – Richard Jaffe, Founding Partner.
Annually, Cohen & Jaffe offers its Community Volunteer Scholarship to a deserving student. Applicants desiring consideration for the scholarship must write a 750-word essay on the topic below.
The lesson we take from obstacles we encounter can be fundamental to later success. Recount a time when you faced a challenge, setback, or failure. How did it affect you, and what did you learn from the experience?
Students can cite anecdotal stories or reference any volunteer projects they initiated to meet the essay’s requirement. Once completed, they must save their work as a Microsoft Word document before attaching it to the 2023 Community Volunteer Scholarship application form on the law firm’s page by June 16, 2023. The winner of the scholarship will receive $2,500 to further their education.
To be eligible for the scholarship, a student must have a GPA of 2.5, which applies to students already in college when applying, and must be enrolled/admitted to an accredited graduate school, college, or university. They must also provide proof of enrollment and a college/high school transcript. With this information, they can write/submit the essay, agree to the scholarship’s terms/conditions, and complete/submit the form. The law firm encourages all community-driven students with the eligibility criteria to apply for the scholarship and looks forward to reviewing all applications.
When clients place their trust in Cohen & Jaffe, they quickly learn the insights, experience, knowledge, and skills the personal injury attorneys base their practice on. The legal team uses an advocacy approach that considers a client’s needs, best interests, and overall goals. Although a small firm, it’s renowned for aggressive representation, compassionate support, respect, and professionalism on personal injury, wrongful death, automobile accidents, and workplace injury lawsuits. The firm’s service approach earned them an honorable mention by The Island Now in its Best of North Shore awards.
The law firm represents clients throughout Long Island, Nassau County, Queens, Suffolk County, and surrounding areas. Attorney Richard Jaffe speaks fluent Spanish, eliminating language barriers, confusion, and misunderstanding. What sets them apart from other law firms is the attorneys’ 100+ years of combined legal experience, their understanding of the medical aspects of a case, and accessibility/attention.
To apply for the 2023 Community Volunteer Scholarship, visit their website. For inquiries about personal injury representation, call 516-358-6900 to schedule a free consultation. Cohen & Jaffe is at 2001 Marcus Ave W295, New Hyde Park, NY, 11042, US.
Cohen & Jaffe
2001 Marcus Ave W295
New Hyde Park