The recipient of the Joseph O. Rogers, Jr. Scholarship will be chosen by a committee consisting of the Director of the Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough Center on Professionalism, the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, and a Librarian from the Coleman Karesh Law Library. Nominees should be rising third year law students who exemplify the highest ideals of the legal profession, according to the following criteria:
- Adherence to strict ethical standards;
- Diligent preparation;
- Decent, civil and courteous conduct; and
- Fidelity and loyalty to fellow students and the legal profession.
Specific examples of ways in which the student has met each of these criteria are desirable. Anyone may submit a recommendation and a candidate may be recommended by more than one person.
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