JUNEAU - The National Center for Juvenile Justice has invited high school juniors and seniors to apply for the newly-launched Maurice B. Cohill, Jr., Young Investigator Award, a college scholarship opportunity for students interested in law and justice issues affecting juveniles.
NCJJ is a national source for juvenile justice applied research, statistics and legal analysis. This new national-level award is named after NCJJ's founder, the Honorable Maurice B. Cohill, Jr., federal judge in the Western District of Pennsylvania. Its purpose is to recognize the next generation of young crime and justice researchers from across the United States. Learn more online at www.ncjj.org and click on the "Cohill" logo.