RALEIGH, N.C. - Campbell Law School students Jacob Davis and Adam Steele have been selected to receive two of four available Wake County Bar Association (WCBA) Memorial Scholarships for the upcoming academic year. Davis and Steele, both rising third-year students, will formally receive their $4,000 scholarships during a presentation at an upcoming WCBA luncheon on June 4 at the Women’s Club of Raleigh.
“The committee was very impressed by the credentials of our scholarship recipients and we wish them the very best for their legal careers”, said WCBA Endowment Award Committee Chair Alka Srivastava, a 2011 Campbell Law graduate.
WCBA Memorial Scholarships are annually awarded to law school students with strong ties to Wake County that have displayed solid academic achievement and a commitment to community service. The WCBA Foundation has been providing scholarships since 1989, culminating in more than $150,000 in scholarship assistance.
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