Robert E. Wisniewski was a student while also serving in the United States Air Force. So he understands that obtaining your degree can be stressful and requires determination and skill.
In order to help students across the country reach their collegiate goals, the Law Offices of Robert E. Wisniewski offered its first $1,000 scholarship to the student who could write the best essay on the topic:
Do you agree that insurance companies should legally be able to obtain surveillance of injured workers as part of a settlement investigation? Why or why not?
After reviewing the submissions, we’re pleased to announce the winner—Shaela Hayes from the University of Cincinnati.
Here’s her winning essay:
 Hopper v. Indus. Comm’n, 27 Ariz. App. 732, 558 P.2d 927 (1976)
About the winner
Shaela Hayes is an incoming senior at the University of Cincinnati, majoring in Legal and Ethical Philosophy, where she maintains a flawless academic record. While at UC, she has worked tirelessly to expand her knowledge of the law by interning with several diverse organizations, participating in victimology research, and holding various leadership roles. This upcoming spring, Shaela will continue her education in UC’s graduate school as she earns her graduate certificate in the Analysis of Criminal Behavior. Upon graduating in 2023, Shaela will also be awarded her ABA-approved Paralegal Studies Certificate and her Certificate in Forensic Populations before bringing her powerful passion for criminal defense to law school.
Thank you to everyone who participated in this college essay contest, and congratulations, Shaela, on your scholarship!
You can keep an eye out for future scholarship contests by visiting our scholarship page.