Members of the USC Federalist Society chapter, Chris Hampton ('15), Ashley Kemp ('15), Lawson Cheek ('15), John Kornegay ('15), Adam Morgan ('15), Jake Rea ('15), Alex Winston ('14), Samantha Wilder ('15), and Harry Dixon ('16), accept their award from former U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey (2007-2009).

Members of the USC Federalist Society chapter, Chris Hampton (’15), Ashley Kemp (’15), Lawson Cheek (’15), John Kornegay (’15), Adam Morgan (’15), Jake Rea (’15), Alex Winston (’14), Samantha Wilder (’15), and Harry Dixon (’16), accept their award from former U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey (2007-2009).

The University of South Carolina School of Law’s Federalist Society won its first Feddie Award at the Federalist Society’s Annual Student Symposium in Gainesville, Fla., on March 8. Out of more than 200 law schools represented, the USC Law chapter received the “Alexander Hamilton Most Improved Chapter,” one of only four awards available.

“We have worked very hard this year, and it is always nice when someone recognizes your hard work,” said the organization’s president, Alex Winston. “We won for most improved, but I still see a lot of room for improvement. I really think next year’s leadership can further strengthen our presence in the USC Law community.”

The other three winners were Yale Law School, Harvard Law School, and the Barry University School of Law.

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