The University of Pittsburgh School of Law and the law offices of Dickie, McCamey & Chilocate, P.C. are excited to announce a new scholarship offering to Pitt Law's second-year students, The Dickie McCamey Diversity Scholarship.
“We believe this opportunity reflects the university’s commitment to excellence and will have a profound impact on our community,” said John C. Conti, President and CEO of Dickie McCamey. “We are honored to recognize the next generation of students who have distinguished themselves through their passionate commitment to the legal profession.”
The Dickie McCamey Diversity Scholarship will provide tuition support for diverse second-year law students who demonstrate merit and the potential to thrive in legal practice. The scholarship recipient will receive $5,000 per semester and consideration for a paid clerk position between their first and second year of law school.
“Pitt Law is thrilled to offer this amazing opportunity to our incredibly talented students. I am grateful to Dickie McCamey for their partnership and leadership in making this impactful gift,” said University of Pittsburgh School of Law Dean Amy J. Wildermuth. “It will make a big difference for our students and our community.”
Dickie McCamey, a national, full-service law firm currently employs 43 attorneys that have earned their Juris Doctor degrees from the University of Pittsburgh.