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Family Law

A Section of the Virginia State Bar.

Law Student Book Awards

This award is given to the top graduating student from each of the eight Virginia law schools. In conjunction with the Dean of each law school the Family Law professor chooses the graduate who has demonstrated the most promise and potential for the practice of family law to be the recipient of this award.

Thomson Reuters, West Group provides complimentary inscribed copies of their publication Virginia Practice Series – Family Law: Theory, Practice, and Forms by Swisher, Diehl, and Cottrell. The Board of Governors is appreciative of Principal Attorney Editor John S. Bloomquist and Directors Daniel S. Eckert and Richard Brown for making this book award possible. We provide a beautifully framed certificate to accompany the book, and the award is presented to the student at the law school’s graduation ceremonies.

The awards for the law students who demonstrated great promise and potential in the practice of Family Law, are as follows for 2013-2014:

Washington & Lee, School of Law – Recipient: Jan M. Fox

University of Virginia - Recipient:  Meghan Loftus

University of Richmond T. C. Williams - Recipient: Danielle Chaḗ Wingfield

Regent University School of Law - Recipient:  Elizabeth Oklevitch

College of William & Mary - Recipient: Kathryn Ellen Leary

Appalachian School of Law - Recipient: Corie Rife

George Mason University, School of Law – Recipient:  Lynn Thompson

Liberty University, School of Law - Recipient: Lindsay Horne