Scholarships For the 2022 – 23 School Year

Smith & Eulo team of lawyers in their alma matter gear

The Smith & Eulo Law Firm has been contributing to the continued education of the next generation of lawyers for the past two years to give back to the community. For the 2022-23 school year Darryl Smith, Esq. and Ken Eulo Esq, founding partners of the firm, have decided to do something different, and give back directly to the schools that helped our attorneys become the committed and successful criminal defense lawyers they are today.

Smith & Eulo will be awarding 3 scholarships of $1000 each, to one student one student at Vanderbilt Law School, one student at FAMU College of Law and one student at University of Florida, Levine College of Law. Please see below for details on each scholarship requirements.

Vanderbilt Law School: Darryl Smith, Esq

Darryl Smith Esq - Vanderbilt Law School Graduate

Requirements:

  • Must be a legal U.S. Resident, and a student of Vanderbilt University College of Law
  • If you have a full academic scholarship, you are not eligible
  • Unofficial Transcript
  • Proof of enrollment to Vanderbilt University College of Law
  • A 400 to 600-word essay describing why you are pursuing a law degree at Vanderbilt, what it means to you to be a Vanderbilt Law Student, and how you expect to help society after you graduate

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) College of Law: Alexander Smith-Johnson, Esq (Former Employee)

Alex Smith-Johnson, Esq - FAMU College of Law Graduate

Requirements:

  • Must be a legal U.S. Resident, and a student of the FAMU College of Law
  • If you have a full academic scholarship, you are not eligible
  • Unofficial Transcript
  • Proof of enrollment to FAMU College of Law
  • A 400 to 600-word essay describing why you are pursuing a law degree at FAMU, what it means to you to be an FAMU Law Student, and how you expect to help society after you graduate

University of Florida, Levine College of Law: Robert Zlatkin, Esq

Robert Zlatkin Esq, UF Levine College of LawRequirements:

  • Must be a legal U.S. Resident, and a student of UF Levine College of Law
  • If you have a full academic scholarship, you are not eligible
  • Unofficial Transcript
  • Proof of enrollment to UF Levine College of Law
  • A 400 to 600-word essay describing why you are pursuing a law degree at University of Florida, what it means to you to be a University of Florida Law Student, and how you expect to help society after you graduate

**The deadline for submissions is May 30, 2022The winner will be selected by July 1, 2022 and notified by phone and email.**

Note: The winner’s photo and winning essay may be published in various places online.

  • Accepted file types: pdf, docx, Max. file size: 20 MB.
  • Accepted file types: pdf, docx, Max. file size: 20 MB.

2020 – Kayleigh Reneau, Belmont College of Law, Class of 2023

Legal Scholarship Winner - Kayleigh Reneau, Belmont College of Law Class of 2023

2021 – Stephanie Wong, Notre Dame Law School, Class of 2024

Stephanie Wong - Smith & Eulo Legal Scholarship Winner 2021

Darryl Smith & Ken Eulo from Smith & Eulo Law Firm in their law school gear
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