2014 Justice Center Graduating Student Awards Recipients
From left to right, Catherine Wagner, Cat McCulloch, Cassie McCrae, Ashley Steele, Kali Cohn, Stephanie Trinh and Alejandra Ávila
The Justice Center fosters engagement in public interest law, public service, and pro bono activities by recognizing student commitment to using the law to serve others. In spring 2015, the Justice Center will recognize up to six graduating law students. The selection committee will consider students' work in public interest, legal pro bono, government, legislative, and other non-profit sectors, as well as their participation in law school clinical courses, pro bono projects, and student groups. At least one award will specifically recognize commitment to pro bono activities and at least one award will specifically recognize commitment to government service, in addition to other service.
Applications are due noon on Wednesday, April 1, 2015. Award winner will be announced by Wednesday, April 8. For application information about the 2015 awards criteria and application process, see:
2013 Justice Center Graduating Student Awards Recipients
From left to right, Hannah Vahl, Erin Gaines, Abby Anna Batko-Taylor, Maggie Cheu, Amy Friedman, and Megan Sheffield
2012 Justice Center Graduating Student Awards Recipients
From left to right, Hannah Liddell, Kimberly Ashworth, Jordan Pollock, Amelia Ruiz Fischer, Alissa Parsley, Emma Quintero, and Christine Nishimura
2011 Justice Center Graduating Student Awards Recipients
Dean Larry Sager with (left to right) Mary Murphy, Lawson Konvalinka, Claire Rodriguez, Rachel Stone, and Susannah Volpe. Elliot Becker is studying abroad and not pictured.