Scholarship for Nashville School of Law Students Funded by Mitch Grissim & Associates

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – 09-25-2018 ( — September 18, 2018 — Mitch Grissim & Associates, a well-known personal injury law firm in Nashville, recently donated to the Community Service Impact Scholarship, which awards three $1,000 scholarships to students attending the Nashville School of Law.

With a long reputation for providing quality legal education at an affordable price, the Nashville School of Law makes it possible for people with a full-time job or other commitments to pursue a law degree. “The Nashville School of Law is an institution that provides affordable legal education for individuals that may otherwise not have time to go through a typical law school curriculum,” stated Mitch Grissim, the law firm’s founder. He graduated from the school himself and hopes to help future attorneys in Tennessee receive an education there as well.

As a personal injury law firm, the team at Mitch Grissim & Associates is dedicated to serving the people in the Nashville community. “Our firm represents people rather than corporations. Since we are helping people all the time and are hands on in the community, we believe that people helping people is instrumental and what makes community,” Mr. Grissim commented.

For this reason, individuals interested in applying for the scholarship are required to submit a written statement that describes their community service involvement, within or outside the legal field, and their desire to continue serving the community. “We want to value and appreciate everyone’s community involvement,” said Mr. Grissim.

About Mitch Grissim & Associates 

Established in 1994, Mitch Grissim & Associates represents victims of car accidents, truck accidents, wrongful death, and a wide variety of personal injuries. The experienced legal team is passionate about helping injured individuals receive the compensation they deserve after an accident. Strong legal guidance accompanied by compassion and understanding for what each client is going through is what Mitch Grissim & Associates strives for in every case they handle.

The founder, Mitch Grissim, has strong ties to the Nashville community after being raised here, attending law school in the area, and establishing his personal injury practice in the heart of Music City. Together with his staff, Mr. Grissim is committed not only to providing quality legal services, but also to being hands on in the community. Funding a scholarship for law students allows the team at Mitch Grissim & Associates to further their involvement and aide in three deserving students’ academic journey. “Ultimately, the goal is for these students to become attorneys who will give back to the community,” said Mr. Grissim.

If you’re attending the Nashville School of Law and are interested in applying to the Community Service Impact Scholarship funded by Mitch Grissim & Associates, you can mail your written statement to the following address: 


Nashville School of Law

4013 Armory Oaks Drive

Nashville, TN 37204


If you’ve been injured due to another individual’s negligence or disregard for safety, you can visit or call 615-255-9999 to speak with an experienced attorney at Mitch Grissim & Associates. 


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