The Law School Association is currently seeking nominations for its Citizen Lawyer Award and Taylor Reveley Award as well as new members to serve on the Board. These nominations are specific to W&M Law Alumni.
If you know of a W&M Law School graduate who represents leadership, integrity & service, please consider nominating this individual for the Citizen Lawyer Award or Taylor Reveley Award. These awards are given out during graduation.
Citizen Lawyer Award: This is awarded to a William & Mary Law alumnus/a who has graduated more than 10 years ago, who personifies the citizen-lawyer tradition of professional achievement/service, personal integrity and community leadership.
Taylor Reveley Award: This is awarded to a William & Mary Law alumnus/a who has graduated in the past 10 years, who personifies the citizen-lawyer tradition of professional achievement/service, personal integrity and community leadership.
If you know of a W&M Law graduate who would like to become more involved with the Law School, please consider nominating that person to serve on the Alumni Association Board.
Click this link to submit your nomination by March 27, 2020.
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