Westmoreland Bar Foundation Scholarships

Court Reporting Scholarships | Law School Scholarships
 

Court Reporting Scholarships

The Westmoreland Bar Foundation awards the Complete Court Reporting Service Scholarship to to Westmoreland County residents who are enrolled in the court reporting program at the Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC).

Applications can be acquired by contacting the financial aid office of CCAC, calling the office of the Westmoreland Bar Association at 724.834.6730, or by clicking the link below. The deadline for submission is on or before the third Wednesday in June.

Get Acrobat ReaderDownload the WBF Complete Court Reporting Service Scholarship Application.


Law School Scholarships

The Westmoreland Bar Foundation awards three law school scholarships to Westmoreland County residents for the Fall school year.

Applications can be acquired by contacting the financial aid office of Pennsylvania law schools, calling the office of the Westmoreland Bar Association at 724.834.6730, or by clicking the link below. The deadline for submission is on or before the third Wednesday in June.

Get Acrobat ReaderDownload the WBF Law School Scholarship Application.

Wayne R. Donahue PhotoThe Wayne R. Donahue Memorial Scholarship

The Wayne R. Donahue Memorial Scholarship, named for Westmoreland Bar Association member Wayne Donahue, will be given to a county resident enrolled in a Pennsylvania law school. This scholarship will be in an amount up to $2,250. Mr. Donahue, a sole practioner from New Kensington, was a lifelong resident of Western Pennsylvania and an alumnus of Duquesne University and Duquesne University School of Law.

 

Donald Laird Hankey PhotoThe Donald Laird Hankey Memorial Scholarship

The Donald Laird Hankey Memorial Scholarship, named for Westmoreland Bar Association member Donald Hankey, will be given to a county resident enrolled in any law school. Attorney Hankey, a sole practitioner from New Kensington was a 65-year member of the local bar, a lifelong resident of Westmoreland County and an alumnus of Westminister College and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. This scholarship will be in an amount up to $2,500.

 

The Hon. David H. Weiss PhotoThe Honorable David H. Weiss Memorial Scholarship

The Honorable David H. Weiss Memorial Scholarship is named for the former President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in Westmoreland County. This scholarship, in the amount of up to $350, is awarded to a Westmoreland County resident enrolled in the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. A resident of Monessen and an alumnus of The University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Judge Weiss served as a state legislator for 14 years, was an assistant District Attorney and served as the first Family Court Judge of the Westmoreland County Court of Common Pleas.

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