MCCA Financial Hardship Policy & Application
This financial hardship policy applies to attorneys from MCCA member organizations, non-member organizations, or attorneys in public service. Attorneys who are unable to afford event registration fees due to financial hardship may petition for registration fee waivers or discounted registration fees. Full scholarships and discounts to attend MCCA’s conference are given priority to pro bono attorneys, judges, law professors, lawyers who work for nonprofit organizations, legal services organizations or government agencies, and unemployed attorneys with financial hardships. MCCA may waive or reduce the registration fee for MCCA conference at their discretion.
- MCCA will review applications on a rolling basis.
- Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
- Full scholarship or reduced registration fees will not be granted retroactively.
- Full scholarship or reduced registration fees are non-transferable from event to event or person to person.
- MCCA will not review applications that are not submitted via the official application form.
To apply for the financial hardship scholarship, please complete the application below.