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Meet the Finalists of the 2020 Husband and Wife Law Team Scholarship

By The Husband and Wife Law Team on May 19, 2020

The Husband and Wife Law Team, Mark and Alexis Breyer, have been hard at work reading over the incredible applications to the 2020 Husband and Wife Law Team Scholarships. We have loved getting to know all of you and finding out what your aspirations are. The future can be a scary thing, but it seems the current generation of high school seniors are ready to take it on! Unfortunately, the application deadline of May 5th, 2020, has passed and we are unable to accept anymore applications.

This scholarship is meant to reward two high school seniors or college students who have a plan on where they will go and what they will do with their college degree, even if that isn’t exactly what others would expect. We at the Breyer Law Offices, P.C. have met countless people who majored in one subject, but ended up practicing a completely different one in their professional lives. With all the people we meet in our career, we know that life rarely turns out how we expected, but it also never hurts to have a plan!

The applications for the 2020 scholarships were incredibly strong. It was amazing getting to see today’s youth so passionate about their futures. Sadly, we can’t pick everyone to be a finalist. We would like you to join us in offering a warm congratulations to:

Kylie H. from Pinetop, AZ
Trinh N. from Avondale, AZ
Shane G. from Walpole, MA
Bradley G. from Mertzon, TX
Itzel O. from Tempe, AZ

Out of the incredible 1,547 applications we received, yours proved to be the best of the best. Reading about your passions and goals has truly inspired us. Now we have the difficult job of selecting two winners for our $1,000 scholarship. The winners will be announced on June 2nd, 2020. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and keep a close eye on our blog for any updates.

A sincere thank you to all of our applicants. You should all be proud of yourselves for working hard and taking an active role in deciding what path college will take you on. We wish you all the luck in the world with your plans for higher education.

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