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– Photo by Lorraine Boyd
Denisse Navarro-Perez and Carolina Lopez (front row from left) are congratulated by Kathryn Dittrick and Stephen Bruckner of the Fraser Stryker Diversity Scholarship Committee.

Pursuing the Law
For the 12th consecutive year, the law firm of Fraser Stryker awarded diversity scholarships to deserving high school graduates.  
This year Denisse Navarro-Perez, a Brownell Talbot graduate; and Carolina Lopez, a Ralston High School graduate, were presented with college scholarships at a luncheon in their honor. Each scholarship is worth $2,500 a year for tuition, books, fees, etc. and is renewable each academic year. Students of African-American, Asian, Latino and Native-American origins are considered for the awards. The students must demonstrate financial need and express an interest in a career in the field of law. The students also have the opportunity to learn more about the practice of law through a summer paid internship at the firm.
Navarro-Perez, who is a member of the National Honor Society and served as a school ambassador, as well as volunteering at the Omaha Public Library and Sarpy County Teen Court, will attend Creighton University. Lopez, also a National Honor Society scholar and a “Rambassador,” also volunteers at the South Omaha Public Library and her church. She plans to attend the University of Nebraska - Lincoln.
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