The Emanuel McMiller Scholarship for Higher Education (“EMSHE”) is a scholarship fund established by Craig Goldenfarb, Esq., personal injury lawyer and owner of the Law Offices of Craig Goldenfarb, P.A., in West Palm Beach, Florida, to benefit graduates of The Gerald A. Williams Center for Pre-Law at Palm Beach Lakes Community High School as they apply and matriculate to college and/or law school.

The scholarship is dedicated to Emanuel McMiller, a former employee of Mr. Goldenfarb’s law firm, and a former student of the Center for Pre-Law at Palm Beach Lakes Community High School. Emanuel defied all odds stacked against him to become the first in his family to graduate law school and become a lawyer.

The primary goals of EMSHE are:

  1. To strengthen the diversity pipeline to the legal profession (and helping unsupported and/or under-resourced students to be more competitive)
  2. To assist with student needs and expenses that financial aid and other scholarships often leave unfilled.
  3. To help recipients establish a support system to guide them on their journey to the legal profession.