Scholarships

Scholarships

Allen & Allen Academic Scholarship Programs

One of the ways Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen is proud to show our commitment to our community is through our annual scholarship program. Since 1991, we have been privileged to offer tuition and expenses assistance to students throughout the areas we serve who embody the spirit, drive, and ideals of our firm’s founder, George E. Allen Sr.

At Allen & Allen, we believe in the value of education. We are dedicated to supporting the next generation of thinkers as they pursue their academic and career goals. Our founder, George E. Allen, Sr. came from humble beginnings, put himself through college with a variety of jobs, and overcame significant challenges to found what is today one of the most celebrated personal injury law firms in America. The scholarships aim to provide an opportunity for students in the areas we serve to successfully pursue their passions, just as Mr. Allen did.

George E. Allen Scholarship

The George E. Allen Scholarship recognizes exceptional high school seniors across Virginia by awarding scholarships named in honor of George E. Allen Sr., our firm’s founder.

Despite many challenges early in life, he went on to become the youngest mayor in the history of Lunenburg County at the age of 25. He put himself through college and law school before founding Allen & Allen with his three sons, establishing what would be one of the state’s largest and most successful personal injury law firms.

Each year, 15 scholarships are awarded to students who have worked to overcome significant personal challenges and who are driven to better themselves and serve their community.

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Our Community

Allen & Allen proudly demonstrates our commitment to community through continued patronage of programs and organizations that educate and enrich the lives of those within our area.

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About Us

We are driven by a commitment to service, both to our clients and our community, and that commitment is reflected in everything we do. This is what we mean when we say, "I am an Allen."

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