The Bill of Rights Scholarship

The attorneys at Skaug Law, PC are committed to fighting to protect the rights of people who have been injured due to someone else’s negligence. The United States legal system is complex and can be difficult to navigate, especially if you are not aware of your rights. 

There is value of knowing your rights. As the founding document of the United States of America, the U.S. Constitution expresses the rights of its citizens. As attorneys, we at Skaug Law hold the U.S. Constitution and the amendments in the Bill of Rights in the highest regard. Because we believe students should study our founding documents, we are providing an opportunity to express what they have learned.

We are excited to announce the 2019 Bill of Rights Scholarship, designed to allow students to explore the U.S. Constitution, specifically the Bill of Rights. The Bill of Rights Scholarship will award $1,000 to a student who best supports their thoughts on the Bill of Rights.


The Bill of Rights Scholarship is open to any student currently enrolled in an accredited community college, undergraduate or graduate program in the United States. You may apply if you are an incoming first-year college student who has graduated high school or are in possession of a GED.


Students interested in this scholarship should provide the following:

  • A resume with contact information and relevant education, professional and volunteer experience. 
  • An unofficial academic transcript
  • A 750-1000 word essay answering the following: Is there an amendment in the Bill of Rights that stands out as being the most important to you, in your opinion? Why or why not?


The deadline for this scholarship is February 29, 2020. 

All applications must be submitted via email to and have the subject line that reads “[Applicant’s First and Last Name] – Bill of Rights Scholarship Application.” To be considered for this scholarship, the application must be complete and be sent with this designated subject line.