Jonathan Falk graduated from
Hofstra Law School in 1977 and was immediately employed as an associate with
the firm of Jackson, Lewis, Schnitzler & Krupman, specializing in labor
law. He was killed in the 1978 San Diego
air disaster while in route to California to meet with a client.
In memory of Jonathan Falk’s
unique personality and ability, a memorial scholarship fund has been established
by the family, the faculty, and friends of Jonathan Falk and the Jackson Lewis
firm. The scholarship recipient, who
must be pursuing a career in labor and employment law, will receive an award
ranging from $1,000 to 5,000.
The scholarship will be awarded
to the candidate who exhibits those qualities of personality, intellect, and
interest in labor and employment law that are most similar to those of Jonathan
Falk. Selection will be based upon
academic record in labor law courses, resume, personal statement and personal
interviews conducted by the Falk Scholarship Committee.
The award will be for the 2014-2015
apply for this scholarship, please submit:
A completed and signed Jonathan Falk Memorial Scholarship application.
copy of your resume.
personal statement (please see application form for details).
copy of your most recent law school transcript.
also submit a class schedule by completing the back of this application.
documents must be submitted in a sealed envelope to the Office of Enrollment
Management, located in the Joan Axinn Hall, no later than 5:00PM, on Friday, March 13, 2015.