Are you a full-time dad who has full custody of your children? Are you in need of some financial assistance to put your child through college? We want to make your life a little easier. Apply for The Micklin Law Group’s Men and Fathers Custody scholarship and you may receive a $1000 award to spend on your child’s education.
We offer this award in honor of the late Judge Eugene H. Austin, Brad Micklin’s professional mentor and friend. Judge Austin took a chance on Brad by offering him the incredible opportunity to serve as his judicial law clerk over the application of thousands of other applicants.
The judge’s fatherly advice over the years helped shape Brad’s career, and Brad is forever grateful for his guidance. In his honor, The Micklin Law Group is pleased to offer single fathers the Honorable Eugene H. Austin, J.S.C. annual scholarship fund.
As a family law attorney who has focused on men’s and fathers’ rights for over 20 years, Brad Micklin has seen the challenges fathers face, especially in a world where mothers and their needs are often prioritized. Not every child has a loving and involved father. We want to honor dads who stick by their child’s side and provide them the best possible life. No child should be prevented from obtaining an education because of their family’s current financial situation.
The award is granted once each year and is needs-based.
The scholarship provides an annual $1,000 award to a dad who is in need of financial assistance. It can be used for any education-related expenses, so you can do whatever is best for your family.
This scholarship is currently closed. The next application will be open in 2023.
To apply, please complete our online application below. All application materials must be received by the deadlines in order to be considered for the scholarship. Awards will be announced by December 1st, 2022.
Any taxes on scholarships are the responsibility of the award recipient. By accepting the scholarship, the winner agrees to allow The Micklin Law Group, LLC to use their name and essay to announce the award. The Micklin Law Group Scholarship is non-renewable and former recipients are not eligible to receive an additional award. The scholarship is provided by The Micklin Law Group, LLC. Click here to learn more about The Micklin Law Group’s areas of practice.