Trust & Estate Law School Scholarship

Trust& Estate Law School Scholarship now available

Are you a law school student looking for financial aid? Are you interested in practicing trust & estate law? Then our firm’s law school scholarship may be the perfect opportunity for you.  The Law Offices of Daniel A. Hunt Trust & Estate Law Scholarship aims to offer financial support to law students who are interested in practicing trust & estate law.

We’re now accepting scholarship applications for the 2021-2022 school year. Our firm created this scholarship to support the rising generation of lawyers in our field. This project combines two of firm owner Daniel Hunt’s passions: Trust & Estate Law and philanthropy. We’re excited to give back to our community and support higher education!

To be considered for this scholarship, law school students must show a desire to practice any kind of law that falls within the Probate Code in their future careers. The scholarship will award $1,000 to one student selected by the firm owner, Daniel Hunt. Many factors will be considered, including writing ability, personal passion, financial need, and representation for women and other minorities who are underrepresented in the field.

We welcome applicants who are attending any of the following Northern California law schools this fall: University of the Pacific – McGeorge School of Law, UC Davis School of Law, Berkeley Law, and University of San Francisco School of Law. Qualified applicants from other California law schools may also be considered.

If you know a law student who may wish to apply, feel free to pass this information on to them. Click here to apply. Applications are due July 1, 2021, so don’t delay!

Law Offices of Daniel A. Hunt

The Law Offices of Daniel A. Hunt is a California law firm specializing in Estate Planning; Trust Administration & Litigation; Probate; and Conservatorships. We've helped over 10,000 clients find peace of mind. We serve clients throughout the greater Sacramento region and the state of California.