The American Board of Trial Advocates Award, “Excellence in Preparation for Trial Practice of Law,” is given to a graduating student who exemplifies a special interest in the trial practice of the law and its preservation in the judicial system.
This prestigious student award is based on a student’s outstanding scholastic achievement in specific courses.
The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI), presents an award to the student in each law school course achieving the top grade. CALI is a consortium of the nation’s law schools that provides research and development, and a distribution network for computer-assisted instruction.
The Moot Court Honors Board awards annual prizes to the highest individual intramural advocate.
This student award program recognizes outstanding scholastic achievement. Four awards, selected from the Practitioner Series of publications, are given annually.