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Summer 2018 Read & Repeat

Two School of Law alumni have received the distinguished Griffin Bell Award for Courageous Advocacy from the American College of Trial Lawyers. Andrew J. Savage III (’75) (pictured) will receive his award this fall. The first graduate to be so honored was Judy Clarke (’77) in 2016.

No other law school in the country has had more than one recipient.



Amount donated to the School of Law by 337 individuals on Giving Day, April 18, 2018.

The mock trial team tied for 13th in the country for 2016-2017, according to Fordham Law.

According to law.com, the class of 2017 was ranked 10th in the nation for graduates receiving state clerkships.





The School of Law’s new building won the Best Higher Education/Research Project in the Engineering News-Record Southeast’s annual awards competition. The building also received a LEED gold rating for its sustainability and environmentally friendly design.




Alumni and guests attended the 10 School of Law alumni events held on- and off-campus during 2017.

Law alumnus Kenneth Suggs receives War Horse Award

Receiving War Horse Award

Kenneth Suggs receives War Horse Award in February 2016.

After decades of advocacy and service, Kenneth Suggs (1975), Janet, Jenner, & Suggs, received the Southern Trial Lawyers Association (STLA) prestigious War Horse Award. This award was presented on February 5, 2016 and is the result of a long legal career dedicated to liability and workers’ rights issues.