Stanley I. and Hope S. Adelstein Environmental Law Award
Presented to Megan Elizabeth Goedecker for preparing the best paper on environmental law.
Harry A. and Sarah Blachman Award
Presented to Lacey Marie Ferrara and Alexander Haddad for preparing the best essays on improving the local, state or national government.
Patricia Burgess Public Law Prize
Presented to Alexander Haddad for outstanding academic performance in the field of public law.
Richard A. and Brandon S. Collier Award
Presented to Anthony Severyn with outstanding achievement in the law-medicine curriculum.
Diane Ethics Award
Presented to Jessica Ice for demonstrating, in academic, professional and extracurricular activities, the best understanding of the ethics and ideals of the legal profession.
Paul J. Hergenroeder Award
Presented to Sophia Hulen and Adrianne Rose for being the best students in trial tactics.
International Academy of Trial Lawyers
Presented to Sophia Hulen, an outstanding student in the trial advocacy program.
John Wragg Kellogg Prize
Presented to Alicia Abrona Hampton, a minority student who, at the end of the first year, demonstrated the greatest achievement.
Sidney H. Moss Award
Presented to Sophia Hulen and Abigail Maree Thederahn, who earned the highest grades in Evidence.
Jack Cronquist Award
Presented to Joseph Shell for demonstrating outstanding performance and commitment to clients in the Milton A. Kramer Law Clinic Center.
Federal Bar Association Award
Presented to Jessica Ice and Stephen James Kovacic
for earning the highest grades in each section of Constitutional Law I.
William H. Wallace Award
Presented to Joseph Shell for demonstrating excellence in litigation skills.
Samuel Archie Award
Presented to Jessica Sayre Smith, Khouloude Saddeh Abboud and Renee Monzon for demonstrating excellence in client relations in the Milton A. Kramer Law Clinic Center.
William E. Davis First Prize
Presented to Alayna Bridgett, Joseph Shell and Sophia Hulen for demonstrating excellence in the National Mock Trial tournament team night.
William E. Davis Second Prize
Presented to Demari Muff for demonstrating excellence in the National Mock Trial tournament team night.
Sindell Torts Prize
Presented to Jessica Ice for preparing the best essay in the field of torts.
Norma & Larry Zukerman Prize
Presented to Geneva C. Ramirez for writing the best essay in the field of criminal law.
Dunmore Dean's Brief-Writing Award
Presented to Chelsea Fletcher for writing the highest scored brief.
A.E. Bernsteen Award
Presented to Jacob Hailperin-Lausch for being the best Dunmore oral advocate.
Dean Dunmore Tournament Award
Presented to Vito Giannola for earning the best combined brief and oral scores.
Dean Dunmore Tournament Champion
Presented to Joseph Shell for winning the 2019 Dean Dunmore Tournament.
Dean Dunmore Tournament Runner-Up
Presented to Renee Monzon for taking second place in the 2019 Dean Dunmore Tournament.
Pro Bono Graduating Student of the Year Award
Presented to Jessica Sayre Smith for completing the greatest number of qualifying pro bono hours.
Stanley I. and Hope S. Adelstein Environmental Law Summer Grant
Presented to Megan Goedecker to support summer legal work in environmental law.
Clinical Legal Education Association's (CLEA) Outstanding Student Award
Presented to Meghan Lunders for excellence in a clinical course.
Saul S. Biskind Summer Fellowships
Presented to Megan Goedeker, Julie Menke and Allison Meyer for dedicating a summer to public interest law.
Presented to Kathleen Burke for dedicating a summer to working in the critical fields of data privacy and data ethics.
Law Review Outstanding Note
Presented to Katherine Dobscha.
Health Matrix: Outstanding Note
Presented to Kurt Harris.
Journal of International Law Distinguished Student Note
Presented to Emily Davis.
The Outstanding Women Law Graduate Award
Presented by the National Association of Women Lawyers to Jessica Ice for achieving academic distinction and promising contributions to society and to the profession.
Order of Barristers
The following members have been selected for excellence in advocacy and for their total contribution to the law school’s moot court and advocacy programs: Alayna Bridgett, Alicia Abrona Hampton, Demari Muff, Alexandria Serdaru, Joseph Shell, Catherine A. Cochrane, Vito Giannola, Abigail Peabody and Alexandra Clarice Waid.
Pro Bono Recognition
Presented to Meghan Lunders, Tiana S. Bohanon, Randa Payne, Andreana Paz and Jessica Sayre Smith for serving the community by completing a minimum of 50 qualifying pro bono hours.