Nominate a High School Senior for GJEL TransForm College Scholarship

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Emerging Bay Area community leaders in the Class of 2016 are invited to apply

The Community Involvement Scholarship gives us one more way help make a positive impact on our community.

California personal injury firm Gillin, Jacobson, Ellis, Larsen, and Lucey (“GJEL”) is partnering with TransForm, a nonprofit transportation advocacy group, to offer college scholarships for graduating seniors who have shown exemplary leadership in San Francisco Bay Area communities.

The first annual GJEL TransForm California Community Involvement Scholarship will recognize students who have balanced academic achievement with a commitment to volunteer service or activism within the community. GJEL will provide two scholarship recipients with $2,500 awards for college tuition and other education-related expenses.

Applications are due on Friday, April 22.

“GJEL proudly supports young leaders through our summer Intro to Careers in Law Program and our existing Mock Trial Scholarship,” said Managing Partner Andy Gillin. “The Community Involvement Scholarship gives us one more way help make a positive impact on our community.”

For more information, or to download an application, visit

About GJEL
Since 1972, GJEL has obtained recoveries in over 99 percent of our cases—over $850 million for accident victims and their loved ones. We have unparalleled expertise in cases involving car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, wrongful death and insurance claims and disputes.

About TransForm
TransForm is California's leading advocate for great transportation choices and walkable, affordable communities. TransForm has offices in Oakland, Sacramento, and San Jose.

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