The hon. d. lowell jensen scholarship
Judge Jensen is one of the founding members of the Earl Warren Inn of Court, which is a branch of the American Inns of Court. The mission of the American Inns of Court is to foster excellence in professionalism, ethics, civility and legal skills within the practice of law.
The goal of this scholarship award is to award excellence in public speaking and presentation. The scholarship is designed to assist graduating high school students who have demonstrated an interest in public speaking and/or jurisprudence by providing money to further their academic studies. This year, at least one student will be awarded a scholarship of $1,250. Additional scholarships may be awarded in the discretion of the scholarship committee.
ELIGIBILITY: The Scholarship will be awarded to high school senior(s) who graduate from a high school located in Alameda County. Students participating in the Philip J. Hartley Alameda County Mock Trial Competition or other debate or public speaking programs may apply.
Complete the attached Application Form and return it along with the following items: (1) Essay(s); (2) Certified Transcript; and, (3) Two letters of recommendation to:
Earl Warren American Inn Of Court
Judge D. Lowell Jensen Scholarship Award
Post Office Box 71676, Oakland, CA. 94612
APPLICATION PACKAGE MUST BE POSTMARKED by May 10, 2019.
The Awardee(s) will be announced on or before June 1, 2019. Awardee(s) must be present to accept the award at the annual Earl Warren American Inn of Court Dinner on June 19, 2019 at 6:00 pm in Oakland.
Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
(NOTE: Scholarship funds will not disperse without subsequent proof of graduation and matriculation to an accredited college or university).
2017 - Kadija Samura and Shauna McQueen.
2016 - Michael Shawn Cunningham and
2015 - Isabel Vaughan Brekke, Roshni Sopariwalla,
and Briana Soraya Rios.
2014 - Rosemond Ho and Varshini Parthasarathy
2013 - Grace Dickerson, Kristina Lorch, and
2012 - Karen Gurske
2011 - Andrea Aranzamendez and Sean O'Connell
2010 - Zachary Kimball and Ben Frazier
2009 - Neeti Upadhye
2008 - Emily Choi, Irene Nimesio, and