The law firm of Morris, King & Hodge, P.C., is proud to offer three scholarships to deserving students in Alabama that create compelling essays addressing the dangers of texting and driving.

The following are answers to questions that you may have about the scholarship:


I am a member of the Class of 2015 at my high school. Am I eligible?

Yes, seniors in the class of 2015 enrolled in high schools in Alabama are eligible to compete for the scholarships as well as college or university freshmen enrolled in four-year programs in Alabama.

I am an international student. Am I eligible?

Unfortunately, international students are not eligible for this scholarship program.

I plan to enter a two-year college or university program. Am I eligible?

The scholarship is only available for four-year programs at accredited colleges and universities in Alabama.

Who selects the winners?

A scholarship selection committee will choose the three scholarship winners based on the originality, creativity and impact of their essay.

Why do I need to include a photo of myself?

We will include photos of the authors when we announce the scholarship recipients.

What will happen to my essay after the scholarship is over?

Morris, King & Hodge, P.C. will have the right to use the essay and the scholarship recipient’s photo for marketing purposes.