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  The School of Law - Newark 2004-2006 Honors, Prizes, and Awards Prizes and Awards  

Prizes and Awards

Justice Henry E. Ackerson, Jr., Prize. Awarded to the student who has most distinguished himself or herself in the area of legal skills.

ALI-ABA Scholarship and Leadership Award. Awarded to the graduate who best represents a combination of scholarship and leadership, the qualities embodied by the ALI-ABA parent organizations, the American Law Institute and the American Bar Association.

Alumni Senior Prize. Awarded to the graduating senior exhibiting the greatest achievement during his or her entire law school career, and who has the greatest promise as a future member of the legal profession.

American Bankruptcy Institute Medal of Excellence. Awarded to that student who most excelled in the area of bankruptcy studies.

Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., Award. Awarded to the full-time and part-time students with the highest academic achievement in the fields of labor and employment law.

Anthony Engelbrecht Prize. Awarded annually to the senior with the highest general average during the year.

Thomas S. Forkin Memorial Award. Awarded each year to the student who has shown the most aptitude in the combined areas of Family Law and Tax Law.

Morris Gann Prize in Evidence. Awarded to the member of the graduating class having the best grade in Evidence.

Myron Harkavy Prize. Awarded to the member of the senior class showing the most promise as a trial lawyer.

Chief Justice Richard J. Hughes Prize. Awardedto the graduating student who has achieved the best record in the New Jersey Practice course.

Eli Jarmel Memorial Prize. Awarded to the student who demonstrated the greatest interest and proficiency in public interest law.

Philip Kravitz Memorial Prize. Awarded to the part-time student with the highest academic average; established by the Class of 1995 as a tribute to, and in memory of, their classmate.

A. Harry Moore Prize. Awarded to the student with the highest grades for the entire three years in law school.

G.A. Moore, Jr. Prize. Awarded to the student who has done distinguished work in the field of equal employment opportunity law.

National Association of Women Lawyers Award. Awarded to the student showing the greatest commitment to women`s issues.

Carol Russ Memorial Prize. Awarded to the student who has demonstrated a commitment to and a record of distinction in promoting women`s rights through the law.

Nathan N. Schildkraut Award. Awarded to a student who excels in appellate advocacy.

H. Theodore Sorg Property Prize. Awarded to the student with the highest average in Property.

Menasha J. Tausner Memorial Prize. Awarded to a student with a strong scientific, engineering, or technical background who has demonstrated the ability and intention to integrate this background into his/her legal career.

Saul Tischler Memorial Prize. Presented to the student with the highest average over the entire three years in law school.

Miron M. Walley Memorial Prize .Awarded to a graduating student who has excelled in course work in the area of Real Estate Transactions.

West Group Outstanding Scholastic Achievement Award. Awarded to four students selected for overall scholarly achievement.

Judge J. Skelly Wright Prize. Awarded to the student who has done the most for civil rights, civil liberties, and human affairs.


 
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