Giving Back to the Community Scholarship

As Florida personal injury attorneys, supporting our community has always been a priority at Grossman Attorneys at Law. We give back to our Boca Raton community by committing to our clients to be available and prepared to help when they call us. Similarly, we contribute to our national community by supporting individuals who have defense base act claims. However, we recognize that there are hundreds of ways for individuals to give back to their communities. 

Our attorneys want to hear from you about how you give back to your community. No act is too small, but we want to read about the specifics of your involvement in a short essay. One winner, whom our team of attorneys will select, will receive a $1,000 scholarship.

Scholarship Overview

Grossman Attorneys at Law wants students to submit a 400- to 500-word essay detailing how they contribute to their community. We encourage students to include examples of their impact and connect their service to current events. Our defense base act claims attorneys are looking for specific, creative, and compelling essays. 

Our team will select one essay, and the writer will receive a $1,000 scholarship. 

Essay Requirements

Students should submit an essay that addresses the above prompt and contains no more than 500 words. 


Eligible students are those who will be enrolled in an undergraduate program during the fall 2021 term. The scholarship is open to students who are currently enrolled in a college or university as well as high school seniors who have been admitted to a college or university.

Scholarship Deadline

Students wishing to apply for the scholarship must submit their essays by Wednesday, December 1, 2021.

Notification of Selection

Grossman Attorneys at Law will notify the winning student by Wednesday, December 15, 2021. 


Students should apply for the scholarship at the link below. Please be sure to include your:

  • Complete and accurate contact information so we can notify you if your essay is selected,
  • Transcript or proof of enrollment, and
  • Essay.

Our attorneys look forward to reading your essays.

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