ALEXANDER G. GRAY, JR. SCHOLARSHIP FUND
First presented in 2007, the Gray Scholarship is awarded annually to a law student who demonstrates a proven commitment to and involvement in the LGBTQ community, as well as leadership, maturity, and responsibility. The unrestricted $2,500 award helps defray the costs of the recipient’s legal education.
The Gray Scholarship Fund was created in memory and celebration of friend and colleague Alexander “Alec” G. Gray, Jr.
The Scholarship Fund honors Alec’s outstanding work as a lawyer and his dedication to the Mass LGBTQ Bar. Alec served on the bar association’s board from 2002 until 2005. Alec took seriously the task of mentoring LGBTQ law students and new lawyers. He developed lasting relationships with those individuals whom he mentored.
Alec will long be remembered for his dedication to public service, his advocacy on behalf of children, and his deep commitment to all that he undertook.
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Apply for the Gray Scholarship
To apply for and be eligible for the Scholarship, candidates must meet all of the terms and conditions set forth below and must complete and return the Application Form, by mail or email, to: Robert L. (“Rob”) Quinan, Jr., c/o Office of the Attorney General, One Ashburton Place, 20th floor, Boston, MA 02110 (Robert.Quinan@state.ma.us), along with all required submissions All materials must be received on or before Friday, February 15, 2013 for consideration. Finalists may be interviewed by one or more members of the Scholarship Committee.
The recipient of this year's Alexander G. Gray, Jr. Scholarship Award will be announced at the Mass LGBTQ Bar Annual Dinner on May 3, 2012. The recipient must attend the Mass LGBTQ Bar Annual Dinner to accept the Scholarship award in person. For more information, or questions, please contact Kelly Bonnevie, email@example.com.
Grow the Gray Scholarship Fund
The Mass LGBTQ Bar encourages all members, friends, and allies to contribute to the Gray Scholarship Fund. Your contributions honor Alec’s memory and his commitment to mentorship of young lawyers.
Contributions to the Gray Scholarship Fund are tax deductible*, thanks to the assistance of the Massachusetts Bar Foundation. By making a gift, you will honor Alec’s life and work, and you will signal your commitment to the next generation of lawyers committed to LGBTQ equality.
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If you have any questions about the Gray Scholarship Fund or how to make a gift, please contact Kelly Bonnevie at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your support.
*The Massachusetts Bar Foundation is a charitable, non-profit organization under the IRS code 501(c)(3), and is serving as the fiscal agent for the Alexander G. Gray, Jr. Scholarship Fund. As such, all contributions to the Fund are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by state and federal law. Receipts are issued for all gifts.
Past Recipients of the Gray Scholarship
2007 Joblin Younger, Suffolk Law School
2008 M. Barusch, Boston University Law School
2009 Liz Monnin-Browder, Boston College Law School
2010 Talia Stoessel, Northeastern Law School
2011 Jared Milrad, Northeastern Law School