This award is for full- or part-time law school students pursuing any law degree, or other students enrolled in a U.S. law school tax course as part of an MBA or other non-law degree program. Students must submit a paper on any technical or policy-oriented topics relating to any type of existing or proposed U.S. federal or state tax or taxation system, including topics relating to tax practice ethical and professional responsibility matters.
Please note: Although the application deadline for this award has passed, we wanted you to know about this award as a possibility for next year. Often, scholarship providers offer similar scholarships each year. This award is scheduled to be updated within the next few months. Please check back for more information at a later date.
One first-prize award of $5,000, one second-prize award of $2,500, and one third-prize award of $1,500. All awards are made on an annual basis and are non-renewable. Appropriate recognition will also be given to the faculty sponsors of winning papers. Please note: The foundation may, at its discretion, decide to split prizes or award additional prizes.
This is a writing competition. Competition information is available on the Theodore Tannewald, Jr. Foundation for Excellence in Tax Scholarship website. To enter, students must submit a paper that fo... Sign up for full scholarship deadline information.