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Justice Reform Foundation Scholarship

The Justice Reform Foundation Scholarship is a $1,000 scholarship initiative for U.S.-based university students, both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. It was established by Justin Magnuson, the founder of the Justice Reform Foundation, an organization dedicated to reforming the U.S. criminal justice system.

This scholarship is a reflection of Justin’s commitment to addressing the injustices within the criminal justice system, a commitment shaped by his own experience of being wrongly accused.

Justin Magnuson

Justin Magnuson

Justin Magnuson is the CEO of Magnuson Capital and the President of the Justice Reform Foundation. After building and leading a groundbreaking neurodiagnostic company, he experienced the harsh realities of the criminal justice system firsthand. This experience led him to establish the Justice Reform Foundation, focusing on education, advocacy, and the decriminalization of marijuana offenses to help those unfairly impacted by the system.

How To Apply

To ensure your scholarship, it is important to adhere to the guidelines provided below.

Eligibility Criteria

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Essay question:

How have you personally demonstrated a commitment to promoting justice reform and advancing the values of fairness and equality in your community or through your academic pursuits?

Application Deadline & Announcement

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Congratulations to our winner!

Every six months, we award a $1,000 scholarship to a student. Meet our most recent winners and learn how you may become the next winner.

September 2023 Winner

Justice Reform Foundation Scholarship

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