Scholarship Winners

The Steinberg Law Firm Announces Scholarships to South Carolina Students Entering College

As a local Charleston area law firm, the Steinberg Law Firm strongly believes in giving back to its community. For each of the past five years, the firm has awarded five $1,000 scholarships to high school and college students to help with their college tuition. This year, the Steinberg Law Scholarship Program had over 35 applicants, and selecting the scholarship winners was challenging. However, the scholarship committee recently announced the winners after carefully reviewing the applicants’ submissions.

The firm’s Scholarship Committee, comprised of five staff members, carefully reviewed each application based on a written essay, extracurricular activities, community service, grades, and special honors and awards. While the firm had many qualified applicants, these six scholarship winners submitted exemplary essays and embodied the values of the Steinberg Law Firm. The recipients include one current college student and six high-school seniors who will be entering their first year of college later this year.

John Michael Stagliano, from Summerville, South Carolina, will be attending The College of Charleston. He decided to attend college close to home so he could continue running Home Again, a non-profit organization he founded. Home Again supplies furniture and household items to families transitioning from shelters to new homes. Through Home Again, John has helped raise thousands of dollars for shelters and has furnished homes for over 500 people. He also works with the Veterans Administration, assisting veterans currently experiencing homelessness.

Sydney Lyons attends Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Sydney is a dual major in environmental science and chemistry.

Mary Grace Walker is heading to Princeton University in New Jersey. After graduating from Princeton, she hopes to become a lawyer.

Reico Harris of Summerville, SC, will attend the University of South Carolina, pursuing an aerospace engineering degree.

Faith Brown will attend Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia.

Juliette Maxfield is going to Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina, pursuing a degree in journalism.

The Steinberg Law Firm strongly believes in the importance of pursuing higher education. The Scholarship Program is one way we can support local students who want to make a difference in their communities. The Steinberg Law Firm is grateful to support these impressive students with their educational pursuits and help them achieve their goals and aspirations.

About the Steinberg Law Firm

The dedicated attorneys at the Steinberg Law Firm have more than 170 years of legal experience helping clients in and around Charleston obtain compensation through workers’ compensation and personal injury claims. As long-time Charleston residents, we genuinely care about our community and believe it is part of our duty to affect positive change wherever we can. Our lawyers have the knowledge and professionalism to handle all types of workers’ compensation and personal injury claims. If you have questions about injuries you recently suffered, our legal team has the answers. Our mission is – and always has been – to provide our clients with the best possible legal services and give back to our community. To learn more about how the attorneys at Steinberg Law can help you with your legal issues, call 843-720-2800 to schedule a free consultation today. We handle all cases on a contingency basis, meaning we will not bill you for our legal services unless we can recover compensation on your behalf.

Updated on July 7, 2022

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