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DeLoach, Hofstra & Cavonis, P.A. Establishes New Law Scholarship for Local Alma Maters

Attorney Joe Murphy visits Largo High School
Attorney Joe Murphy at Largo High School with Kristine Slayton, a Largo High School teacher and National Honors Society Co-Sponsor.

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Do you know a high school senior at either Seminole High School or Largo High School with a career goal of becoming an attorney? If so, please encourage them to apply for the newly created “DeLoach, Hofstra & Cavonis, P.A. Law Scholarship” through the Pinellas Education Foundation. The deadline is January 17. 

Estate Planning and Board Certified Elder Law Attorney D. “Rep” DeLoach III graduated from Seminole High in 1992, and Real Estate and Civil Litigation Attorney Joseph “Joe” M. Murphy graduated from Largo High in 2003. In support of their local alma maters and aspiring attorneys, the firm is pleased to offer a $1,000 scholarship at each school.

The firm understands earning a college education can be a significant financial burden for a student and his or her family as many of our attorneys worked their way through school. 

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The Seminole law firm of DeLoach, Hofstra & Cavonis, P.A. has created two schlarships to provide financial assistance to a Seminole High School senior and a Largo High School senior with a career goal of practicing law as an attorney. Estate Planning and Board Certified Elder Law attorney D. “Rep” DeLoach III graduated from Seminole High School in 1992. Real Estate and Civil Litigation attorney Joseph M. Murphy graduated from Largo High School in 2003. The firm is pleased to offer two $1,000 scholarships in support of aspiring attorneys from the local alma maters of two of its attorneys. The firm understands earning a college education can be a significant financial burden for a student and his or her family as many of our attorneys worked their way through school. 

Scholarship Guidelines

  1. Must be a high school senior at either Seminole High School or Largo High School.
  2. Must have a demonstrated desire to pursue a career as an attorney.

How to Apply

  1. Students must complete an online application with the Pinellas Education Foundation at: www.pinellaseducation.org
    Application opens on August 31 at midnight and closes on January 17 at 11:59 p.m.
     
  2. Students must also complete a 500 word essay describing why the student would like to pursue a career in the field of law and this should be emailed to [email protected] by January 31, 2017 with the subject line Scholarship Essay.

Questions

For all questions, including application deadlines and criteria, please contact the Pinellas Education Foundation at 727-588-4816 ext. 2112 or visit www.pinellaseducation.org

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