THE NATIONAL AWARD
FOR INNOVATION AND EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING PROFESSIONALISM
On-Line Applications for
the 2006 Award
View application by clicking on name
of applicant(s). Materials submitted in electronic form in support of these
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First Prize Winner:
O'Carroll (Tulsa): "Lawyers Helping Students; Students Teaching Lawyers:
Bridging the Gap Through Popular Media to Improve Professionalism in the American
Maute (Oklahoma): "Students For Access to Justice"
Vestrand (Cooley): "Law Firm Model for Teaching Professional Responsibility"
Burnett (Idaho): "Professionalism: First Step in Law School"
Regan & Jeffrey Bauman (Georgetown): "Legal Ethics and Corporate
Willrich (Phoenix International): "First Year Lawyering Process Program"
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