Personal Information First Name * Last Name * Phone Number * Email * United States Citizenship * How did you hear about CLOC's scholarship? * If Other, please specify below:
Please note: The following demographic questions are only for CLOC’s internal tracking purposes.
This demographic information is not shared with CLOC’s Scholarship Committee or used in
determining scholarship eligibility. CLOC tracks this information to help assess outreach needs
and ensure candidates from a variety of backgrounds are informed about scholarship eligibility. All
responses to demographic information are optional.
What is your gender? Male Female Other Prefer Not to Answer What is your race? American Indian or Alaska Native Asian Black or African American Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander Hispanic or Latino White Other Do you consider yourself to be: Ally LGBTQ+ Prefer not to say Are you a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces? Yes No Undergraduate Education Information Undergraduate University Name * University Address
* Major * GPA * Enrollment Date * Graduation Date * Graduate Education Information Graduate University Name *
Incoming graduate students – Please indicate which school you plan to attend. If undecided, please indicate your top choice. Scholarship recipients will be required to confirm enrollment prior to receiving funds.
Currently Enrolled or Committed to Attend? * University Address
* Degree Program *
(JD, MBA, or other Graduate Program)
GPA (if applicable) Enrollment Date * Expected Graduation Date * Financial Information University Finance Aid Office Phone Number * University Finance Aid Office Email *
Cost of attendance per year (Tuition, books, and fees – please do not including housing/living expenses): * How much in loans (both private and federal) do you anticipate you will need in the 2022/2023 school year? * How much financial support are you receiving from family, your employer, or other scholarships for the 2022/2023 school year? * How much debt have you accrued to date (prior to the 2022/2023 school year) pursuing your graduate degree? (Please do not include undergraduate or other debt) * Additional Questions 1. Describe a time when you were tasked with improving the operational efficiency of a process, how you approached the project, and the end result. This can include previous work experience or a school project. * 2. How do you envision contributing to the CLOC community while in school and as a professional? This can include initiative ideas, group leadership, or other means of supporting the CLOC ecosystem. *
Please type your answer to this question in a separate document and upload the file in the field below. Please keep your response to 500 words or less.
3. Why are you interested in a career in Legal Operations and what will you contribute to the field? * Max. file size: 1 MB. Resume * Max. file size: 1 MB.
Please do not include your name or address on your resume. Our judges neutrally evaluate each candidate on their merits.
Transcript (Official or Unofficial) * Max. file size: 1 MB. By submitting this application, applicant certifies that the information provided in this application is accurate and that applicant understands that giving false information may result in disqualification and/or withdrawal of a scholarship award. CLOC will reach out to the Office of Financial Aid for each recipient to ensure funds will be put towards tuition or other qualified expenses. By submitting an application, the applicant grants Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC), its agents and/or representatives permission to post the applicant’s name, school or university, applicant’s photo, and the winning entry on CLOC’s website, https://cloc.org/, and in other marketing platforms, including, but not limited to blog, social media accounts, and related sites. The winning applicant also agrees to assist CLOC and its agents with any tasks that CLOC deems reasonable or necessary to help with the above and other promotional activities. I agree to the terms above. *
CLOC does not discriminate against anyone because of his or her race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, martial status, disability, medical condition, veteran status or other characteristics protected by law. The scholarship program is open only to students attending U.S. universities. As a U.S. based non-profit and because scholarships are awarded directly to the institution (not the scholarship recipient personally), CLOC is only able to provide scholarships to students attending school in the U.S. at this time. CLOC values the contributions of students across the world and other opportunities to participate with CLOC are open to regional students for the London or Sydney Institutes, as well as regional meetings.
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