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Scholarship | October 11, 2019

USC Law Student Wins 2019 Console and Associates Scholarship

Research and Design Engineer Goes Back to (Law) School

Andrew Henderson isn’t your typical law school student. The 26-year-old engineer from Danville, KY, is going back to school thanks to a passion for patent laws that protect true technological innovators. Now a student at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law, his enthusiasm and work ethic made him an excellent contender for the 2019 Console

Scholarship | January 21, 2019

Legal Scholarship 2018-2019

Now Accepting Scholarship Applicants!

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VERY IMPORTANT: We are currently unable to respond to scholarship questions at our main office line or contact form. Please email us directly at marketing@consoleandassociates.com.

The scholarship is open to any college student (or accepted high school senior) who has a 3.0 or higher GPA and is either currently pursuing or plans to pursue a law-related degree.

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Scholarship | July 23, 2018

Ethan Inren Chen, 2017-2018 Legal Scholarship Winner

Ethan Chen ScholarshipEthan Inren Chen, a 22-year-old from Cerritos, CA, was selected as the winner of the Console and Associates P.C. Legal Scholarship 2017-2018. Chen, a graduate of Gretchen Whitney High School, earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of California-Riverside in June 2017. The impressive young man now joins the 2018 first-year class in the University of Iowa’s College of Law.

Chen, whose

Scholarship | November 17, 2016

2016 Legal Scholarship Winner

Announcing the 2016 Legal Scholarship Winner:

Megan Foertsch has a unique story that pushed her to pursue her law degree. Megan discovered she wanted to become a lawyer at a young age, after hearing about an accident that involved a number of her schoolmates.

In May 2014, five Farmingdale, NY, teens were tragically lost in a drag racing accident. The student who had allegedly challenged the