Foster mother Sebrina Martin receives first Monica Jordan Law Scholarship

First-year law student Sebrina Martin was presented with the first Monica Jordan Public Interest Law Scholarship at Faulkner University’s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law. The scholarship is named for Monica Jordan, a Montgomery native, who demonstrated heroic persistence and resolve in the wake of losing her daughter to a domestic violence incident and her son in an automobile accident. The scholarship was established during the filming of the nationally televised program “Extreme Home Makeover,” during which the Jordan family was featured. Beasley Allen Law Firm was a sponsor of the event, and after learning Monica Jordan had always dreamed of attending law school, worked with Faulkner University Jones School of Law to help establish the scholarship. Ms. Martin is the proud mother of six adopted, special needs children.

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