MLG Attorneys At Regulation Presents Scholarship To Excessive Faculty Seniors

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COSTA MESA, CALIFORNIA, January 12, 2021 / PRNewswire / – MLG Attorneys at Law launches its annual “Never Stop Learning” scholarship to help Orange County High school graduates on their way to higher education. Three grants are offered, with the recipient receiving the first prize $ 1,000 for the college a year-long mentorship with MLG principals Jonathan Michaels and the opportunity to take part in a trial against a civil jury.

The competition will be available to everyone Orange County High school graduates and require applicants to submit a 750 word essay answering the question: If you could change one thing about the judicial system, what would it be and how would you change it? Steve Jobs’ scholarship draws on “People who are crazy enough to believe they are changing the world are the ones who do”. The scholarship encourages young adults to push their thinking into areas that have not previously been explored.

“Our annual scholarship program is just one way we can give back to the people in our community,” he said Jonathan Michaels. “Hopefully this will spark a curiosity in them and expose them to a world they didn’t know about before. I’m particularly excited about the mentoring element as it helps them build important relationships that could last a lifetime.”

To be eligible, students must have a degree from a public or private high school in Orange County and have plans to enroll full-time at an accredited US college after graduation. For more information, please visit

About MLG lawyers

Located in Orange County, CaliforniaMLG’s litigation team represents the legal interests of the automotive industry. The firm focuses on litigation against automobile manufacturers with a particular interest in recalls and deficiencies in the automotive sector. Follow MLG on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter.

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