Net Lawman Scholarship Programme
Why Net Lawman provides scholarships
Net Lawman is a legal documents retailer, selling both templates that you can download and edit yourself and personalised contracts that are tailored to your circumstances based on your answers to web-based questionnaires.
We’ve been in business since 2001 and operate in 8 countries across the world.
We aim to reduce the barriers to legal protection that physical location, financial circumstances and knowledge of the law create for individuals and businesses.
We do that through our products and services, but also through supporting entrepreneurs and early stage businesses. For example, we’re a corporate partner to the UK Government sponsored Start Up Loans scheme, and a partner to entrepreneurial website Startacus.
We also want to support people who have great business ideas get them off the ground. Starting up, whether you’re selling a product you have designed, or selling your services takes some initial capital.
Our scholarship awards are designed to help students with start-up costs, whether investment in IT, stationery, business administration or learning tools.
What are the awards?
We have two awards each year:
One scholarship of £800 (eight hundred British pounds)
One scholarship of £500 (five hundred British pounds)
In addition, successful applicants will receive legal documents to the value of £250 (two hundred and fifty British pounds)
Am I eligible?
You must be an undergraduate or a postgraduate, enrolled full time at a recognised UK university at the time of application.
A list of officially recognised higher learning institutes can be found at GOV.UK.
You must be UK resident.
You must not have received a Net Lawman scholarship award in a previous year.
How to apply
You should write a short essay (between 400 and 700 words) explaining:
- how our scholarship could help you develop your idea
- why you want to start your own business
- your circumstances and need for further financial support
You will also need to provide us with:
- proof of academic achievement - ABB grade or above in A Levels or equivalent alternative qualifications.
- one letter of recommendation from a current, relevant person (e.g. from a tutor on a current course at your university, or from an employer for whom you have recently completed an internship)
Send all the documents in your application to our marketing team by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note that we are unable to provide applicants with individual feedback.
The closing date for applications for the 2020 Net Lawman Scholarships is 31st December 2020.
We will contact and announce the successful candidates by 31st January 2021.