Several Civil Rights Clinic members were recently recognized at Charlotte Law’s 2011-2012 Awards and Recognition Ceremony. At the ceremony, various awards are given out to members of the Charlotte Law community in recognition of their achievements over the past year. The Clinic members recognized this year are:
John Sulau was awarded the Steven A. Bimbo Leadership Award. The award is presented to the student who exemplifies the ideals of professionalism in all of their interactions with and service to the Law Review and the CharlotteLaw community. John worked hard to plan and execute the Charlotte Law Review’s annual symposium this year.
Evan Carney was awarded the Practice Readiness Clinical Award. The award is presented to the student who has demonstrated skills, professionalism, and excellence in a clinical or field program.
Ashely Washington was awarded the Dean’s Leadership Award. This award is presented to the student who best exemplifies CharlotteLaw’s humility-based culture through service to the campus community.
Professor Jason Huber, the Clinic’s supervising attorney, was awarded the Black Law Students Association MLK “Living the Dream” Faculty Award. This award is presented to members of the CharlotteLaw community who best exemplify the values and ideals of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through their leadership, service, and contribution to the law school and community.
Charlie Schmidt and Evan Carney were also awarded CALI awards. These awards are given to students that earn the highest grade in each course section each semester.
Congratulations to the Clinic members and all of this years award recipients!