Dana Whiting Law Scholarship

About Dana Whiting Law

Dana Whiting Law is an Estate Planning Law Firm based in Arizona. Our goal at Dana Whiting Law is to provide top-notch service and create long-lasting relationships with each of our clients. We strive to do so by assisting our clients in developing peace of mind by creating an estate plan that will span generations. 

Our team consists of some of the best and brightest attorneys, all of whom were able to become so by starting with quality educations from universities such as New York University, Seton Hall, Stanford, and Arizona State University. Each of our lawyers has become increasingly skilled through ongoing education, training and through the day-to-day experience they have gained over the years. 

About the Dana Whiting Law Scholarship

At Dana Whiting Law, we are strong supporters of a good education, and there is nothing that can be compared to your college experience. We know that your university years will shape the rest of your life, and we want to do our part in helping others achieve their educational dreams. We are also passionate about the work we do in estate planning, and so it was only fitting that we combine that passion with our love of education to create the Dana Whiting Law Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded twice a year, with each winner receiving $1,000.

Who Can Apply?

The Dana Whiting Law Scholarship is open to:
  • Individuals who are pursuing a degree that relates to Estate Planning (e.g., Law, Accounting, Financial Planning, Life Insurance)
And meets one of the following criteria:
  • Is a high school senior that has been accepted to a four-year university
  • Is a full-time student attending a four-year university in the United States who carries a cumulative 3.5 or higher GPA

How to Apply

Submit the following to scholarship@danawhitinglaw.com by the deadline(s) listed below:
  • Your name, the name of the university you are or will be attending, your area of study, and anticipated graduation date.
  • A 400-600 word essay based on one of the following questions:
    • Why is it important for young adults to have an understanding of the estate planning process?
    • Who is a family member or other notable person in your life who left a legacy that impacted you? Tell us about that individual and how they impacted your life.
    • What kind of legacy do you hope to leave? How do you plan to create that legacy?


Please submit any questions to scholarship@danawhitinglaw.com.