Neal Davis Law Scholarship

Scholarship Value: $1,000
Awards Available: 1

Studying at the University of Texas not only prepared Neal Davis academically but gave him the opportunity to meet his mentor, Dick DeGuerin. His collegiate experience shaped the lawyer Neal would become. What better way to pay that forward than by creating a scholarship opportunity for others?

Eligibility Requirements

  • You must be a U.S. resident or resident alien who is registered at a U.S. trade school, college or university with a VALID STUDENT ID#.
  • Essays must be unique (not submitted elsewhere) and written by the scholarship application signator.
  • All submissions should be in English.
  • Only one submission per student will be considered.

Guidelines and Tips from the Judges

The judges, who read thousands of essays, have provided some key tips that will help you write a high-quality essay.

  1. Answer the question. Submissions that don’t answer the question will be disqualified.
  2. Be transparent about your use of AI. When submitting your work, make sure to disclose that you used AI to generate content, and provide the prompts you used to generate that content. This ensures that your work is ethical and honest.
  3. Use AI to generate ideas and inspiration, not as a replacement for your own writing. AI should not be used to generate entire essays or papers without your own input.
  4. Carefully consider your prompt and the goals of your writing assignment. Generate prompts that are specific and targeted, which will result in more relevant and useful content.
  5. Use a variety of prompts to ensure that you are exploring different perspectives and ideas. This will help you generate more well-rounded and nuanced content.
  6. Remember that AI-generated content is not a substitute for your own critical thinking and analysis. Use AI as a tool to help you generate ideas and inspiration, but make sure to carefully evaluate and edit the content generated by the AI to ensure that it meets the requirements of your writing assignment.
  7. Cite any sources and citations used, including the AI prompts. This ensures that your work is well-researched, accurate, and supported by credible sources.
  8. Use paragraphs and white space to separate your ideas.
  9. Come close to the word count requirement. Essays with a count of 50 words below or above the requirement will be disqualified.
  10. Use a tool like Grammarly to check your work. Free versions are often available.
  11. Read your essay out loud. If it sounds good to you, it will sound good to the judges.
  12. Submit your essay as a Word document. Other formats will be disqualified.
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