The following Cumberland School of Law students (bolded) qualified as Scholars of Merit and received the CALI Award for the summer 2020 term. The courses in which the students received this recognition are listed as well as the professors who taught the courses in which the students received this recognition.
Hannah M. Cassady | Wrongful Convictions | Davis, LaJuana
Jose Wellington Costa Neto | Constitutional Law I | Denning, Brannon P.
Anna Alyce Eastburn | Wrongful Convictions | Davis, LaJuana
Blake W. Harper | Economic Analysis of Law | Stone, Ralph Thomas
Palmer A. Mordecai | Legal Process | DeBow, Michael
Savannah M. Nixon | Wills, Trusts, and Estates | DiRusso, Alyssa
Madison N. Vacarella | Advanced Writing Skills for Lawyers I | Baggett, John Mark
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