Jasmine Becerra (J.D. ’20) received the Health Law Award at the 2019 College of Law Honors Day. The award recognizes outstanding student achievement in health law, including academic performance, writing ability, experiential learning and involvement in the health law community.
Becerra was also recognized with the American Bar Association/ Bureau of National Affairs (ABA/BNA) Award for Excellence in the Study of Health Law for her performance in “Health Law: Finance and Delivery.” Megan Walker (J.D. ‘19) was awarded the ABA/BNA Award for her performance in “Health Law: Quality and Access.”
Andrew Brown (J.D. ’19), David Hymel (J.D. ’19) and Whitney Woodward (J.D. ’20) were presented the HeLP Legal Services Clinic Award, including a monetary gift sponsored by the HeLP Advisory Council, for demonstrating excellent legal analysis, writing, advocacy and professionalism in the delivery of legal services to low-income families served by the clinic. Brown is the first student to have been awarded this honor twice.
“We are proud of our talented health law students and their many accomplishments,” said Stacie Kershner, associate director for the Center for Law, Health & Society. “These awards are well-deserved.”