Stephanie Williams, a young woman from Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood who recognizes the value of giving back, is the 2012 winner of the $25,000 Lucy Sprague Public Interest Scholarship at The John Marshall Law School.
Graduates, faculty and family before, during and after the 193rd commencement at The John Marshall Law School on June 3, 2012.
Special recognition was given to five students who received the Francis D. and Corinne S. Morrissey Award in Professional Responsibility.
Attorney and John Marshall Law School alumnus Kevin M. Hull received special recognition at the law school’s June 3, 2012, commencement for his outstanding teaching as an adjunct professor, and dedication to students the past five years.
Professor Alberto Bernabe was honored with the Scholarly Achievement Award at the June 3, 2012, commencement ceremony.
A new research center established by The John Marshall Law School in Chicago and China’s East China University of Political Science and Law will share information, research and writings as a collaborative project to learn how best to advocate for the independence, dignity and care for aging populations in the U.S., China and around the world.