Federal Circuit Bar Association
The Federal Circuit Bar Association awards a $10,000 scholarship in the memory of Giles S. Rich, Circuit Judge, and United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, to a law student showing financial need and established academic guarantee. The Association also annually awards other scholarships based principally of financial require in the memory of William Bullinger, a respected practitioner.
Selection of the awards is based primarily on a written subjection of no more than one page setting out the applicant's financial need, any interests in particular areas of the law, and any requirements for the award considered pertinent by the applicant.
The submission should also contain the applicant's college and law school transcripts and one page curriculum vitae. Applicants must be designated by their law school for the awards. Law Schools may propose up to five candidates for consideration.