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The Association of Yale Alumni will honor Pitt Law Professor Michael J. Madison (Yale ’83) with the 2014 Yale Medal along with four other recipients this November.

Inaugurated in 1952, the Yale Medal is the highest award presented by the Association of Yale Alumni and is conferred solely to recognize and honor outstanding individual service to Yale University.

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James W. Stoudt Memorial Scholarship Program and three, $3000 scholarships are available to fulltime 2Ls/part-time 3Ls.

The attached packet has all the details that can also be found here.

In a Sept. 4 Associated Press article by reporter Eric Tucker, Pitt Law Professor and police accountability expert David A. Harris was quoted about the Justice Department launching an investigative probe on the police conduct in Ferguson, Missouri. 

Pitt Law Professor of Law and Distinguished Faculty Scholar David A.

 

Pitt Law Students Serve the Community at The Woodlands Foundation

The American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers is pleased to announce awards to be presented for the best student note or comment on a topic dealing with consumer financial services law. The award includes a cash payments of $1000, a Certificate of Recognition from the College, and travel expenses to attend the Spring 2015 meeting of the College.

Molly! Masich, '14, works with an Immigration Law Clinic client who has recently been granted asylum.

A version of this article previously appeared in the Fall 2013 edition of the Pitt Law Magazine. Words by Christine H. O’Toole

New Jersey law firm Nadine Maleski LLC announced that Pitt Law alum Adam M. Eisenhut has become partner of the firm. He will concentrate in family law, divorce, collaborative, mediation and litigation. During his time at Pitt Law, Eisenhut was an extern for the Honorable Donald E.

According to The Patriot News, Pitt Law Alum Myron Tomb has received the "2014 Leadership & Service Award for his work promoting the benefits of arts in education for all Pennsylvanians.

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