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2016 Scholarship Contest By Monder Law Group

Vik Monder of Monder Law Group provides aggressive criminal representation for Assault and Battery, domestic violence, driving offense, drug, fraud, sex crime, and theft cases in San Diego. Before he became a defense attorney, he served as a witness in the murder of his best friend. From that experience he learned that the criminal justice system is not perfect.

He knows that to get the best result for clients, attorneys must be well-trained and understand the system. With that in mind, Monder Law Group is honored to offer one college student the opportunity to earn a one-time scholarship of $1000 by writing an essay about the criminal justice system.

Guidelines:

- Write a 500 to 800 word essay a topic of your choice within the criminal justice system

- Publish the essay on your blog (you may create a blog for this purpose using any of the free blogging sites)

- Include the following text at the end of the blog post:

   o “This article is a submission for entry to the 2016 Monder Law San Diego Scholarship”

- Email the blog post link to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Eligibility:

To be considered for this scholarship, you must be able to prove acceptance to a college or university and must follow the guidelines above.

The submission deadline is December 1, 2016

The winner will be announced on January 15, 2017. Payment may be issued directly to the winning student.

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