The George A. McAlmon American Inn of Court Scholarship
The George A. McAlmon Inn of Court is proud to offer The George
A. McAlmon American Inn of Court Scholarship. This scholarship is
part of The George A. McAlmon American Inn of Court's commitment to
fostering civility among the bar as well as the professional and
ethical quality of legal practice in our community.
Make a contribution to The George A. McAlmon American Inn
of Court Scholarship
Every contribution to student scholarships is an investment in
the continued success of our bar and a commitment to helping law
students and prospective law students achieve their very best.
To support The George A. McAlmon American Inn of Court
Scholarship, please send your contribution to:
The George A. McAlmon American Inn
of Court Scholarship
c/o The George A. McAlmon American Inn of Court
PO BOX 2317
El Paso, Texas 79952
Please make your checks payable to The George A. McAlmon
American Inn of Court.
For more information please contact the Inn's Scholarship
Committee Chair, George Andritsos. Or
you may contact the Inn Administrator, Marina J. Hammond. Please
include "The George A. McAlmon American Inn of Court Scholarship"
in the subject line of emails to the Inn.
Scholarship recipient(s) are selected from applications received
through the El Paso American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA)
University of Texas at El Paso Law School Preparation Institute
(LSPI) Scholarship. Applications will be reviewed by ABOTA
scholarship committee members who will give recommendations to The
George A. McAlmon American Inn of Court Scholarship Committee.
Scholarship recipients will be selected by The George A. McAlmon
Inn of Court Scholarship committee based on the following
- Residence in the Western District of Texas and surrounding
- Demonstrated financial need or hardship
- Commitment, qualities and actions toward ethics, civility, and
- Academic merit or other qualities showing a likelihood of law
- Written and/or oral communications skills
- Leadership qualities and community involvement
- Member of a historically underrepresented group in the practice
of law (including race, sex, ethnicity, disability, and/or first
generation college graduate).The applicant should discuss how
diversity has impacted his or her pursuit of a career in law and
how the applicant has faced and overcome the challenges associated
therewith. Diversity is considered, but is only one element among
several in the award decision.
The recipient of The George A. McAlmon Scholarship will receive
a scholarship for the semester following selection as a
*Selections for scholarships by the Inn are final and not subject
to review by the American Inns of Court Foundation. All materials
submitted by applicants shall become the property of the Inn, for
disposal or to be retained as the Inn sees fit. Awards of
scholarships will include Inn press releases, may reveal
information about the applicant from the application materials and
interview, and may become known to the applicants' fellow students,
law school faculty and administration, family, friends, and