Published on May 20, 2021  

Cumberland School of Law recognizes excellence in academic achievement each semester by publishing a Dean’s List. Included on the list are students whose end-of-semester GPA is 3.3 or higher. Congratulations to the following students who qualified for the spring 2021 Dean's List: 

Abouhaidar, Ghada N.
Acheson, Savannah Pelfrey
Adams, Rachel I.
Adams, Robert B.
Ainslie, Nicholas           
Alexander, Jack Sims
Armstrong, Cullen L.
Atkisson, Carly E.
Baker, Ryan A.
Banks, Johnny L.
Bassett, Colton T.
Belyayeva, Kateryna     
Bilbo, Auna M.
Blackmon, Anderson Michael
Blankenship, Abigail M.
Bramlett, William W.
Brasher, Lauren C.
Bridges, William H.
Brigham, Zachary J.
Brisbon, Mitchell Kevin
Brown, Henry Ben
Brown, Chandler S.
Brown, William P.
Buckner, Meredith Howell
Burns, Avery T.
Calton, Alexandra J.
Carden, Isom P.
Caruso, Nicholas L.
Cassady, Hannah M.
Cato, Payton L.
Chambliss, Haleigh N.
Champion, Chloe E.
Chapman, Elizabeth Carmen
Clarke, Varro James
Cooper, Alexander R.
Cory, James Ernest
Cowley, Kendall M.
Crain, Alexander O.
Cumby, Madison L.
Curtis, Bailee T.
Davis, Rylee H.
Day, Julia Claire
Dickinson, John M.
Dodd, Katelyn Kimberly
Doggett , Jordan B.
Douglass, James R.
Driskill, Elise M.
Duckett, Mary E.
Eden, Anna E.
Ellis, Leroy Johnston
Falkner, Taylor Elizabeth
Fitz-Gerald, Tristen C.
Fleenor, Christina M.
Gause, Grayson Patrick
Gochett, Kristen E.
Goodloe, Emma Parson
Gorham, Mary K.
Gressett, Alex Kristin
Hall, Meredith W.
Hammitte, Hannah Jordan
Hammitte, Sarah Eliszabeth
Hanby, Allison N.
Hansford, Tayler G.
Head, Steven B.
Hendon, Davis Brock
Hodges, William D.
Howard , Courtney L.
Howard , Morgan H.
Humber, Gabrielle Elizabeth
Humphrey, Delaney L.
Huston, Lauren A.
Hyde, Forrest C.
Jackson, Brooks Garrett
Jackson, Miller Smith
Jenkins, Jonathan D.
Johnson, Taylor A.
Johnson, Kirby M.
Johnston, Margaret Ann
Jones, Henry Ryan
Keener, Caroline A.
Kennamore, Kiana D.
Kilby, Raygan K.
Kline, David Danner
Kline, Catherine C.
Lancaster, Riley K.
Larsen, Katherine L.
Lavin, Teylor M.
Leadmon, Jayme L.
Leigh, Rachel J.
LeMier, Candace N.
Lewis, Mickala Jordan
Loftin, Jordan E.
Lorenzetti, Jessica Lynn
Lowery, Allison R.
Lucey, Garrett  
Lynge, Stephanie M.
Makarenko, Alexander V.
Mansfield, Trent Alexander
Martin, Taylor D.
Martin, Dylan T.
Martin, Mark Austin
Mattox, Owen M.
McCarter, Savanah S.
McLeroy, Caroline D.
McWhorter, Jacob D.
Meade, McKenzie T.
Messmore, Alexandra J.
Miaoulis, Michael M.
Miller, Mary Brettlyn
Miller, John E.
Milliman, Hunter A.
Mitchell, James
Moy, Jonathan C.
Nelson, Amanda Ellen
Newman, David S.
Nguyen, Vina L.
Nicolson, Cecile Grant
Nixon, Savannah M.
Norwood, Jacob T.
Oglesby, Dana   L.
Ostwalt, Pierce D.
Ozburn, Nicole R.
Patterson, Grantham Paul
Patti, Nicholas C.
Payne, Taylor Brooke
Pecci, Francisco A.
Pflaum, Adam M.
Phares, Hunter M.
Pruitt, Antionette L.
Quick, Alexander P.
Rawls, Sarah E.
Rheuby, Dillon L.
Rock, Madeline A.
Rose, Kaylee C.
Ruiz, Gabriela  
Schroeder, Lucas C.
Shimek, Alexander T.
Silva, Terra L.
Sims, Taylor R.
Sinclair, Kaitlyn Ann
Sineath, Kathryn Ashley
Smith, Sidni E.
Smith, Caroline J.
Smith, Carson M.
Smith, Meredith H.
Soares, Shelby A.
Sparkman, Robert Paul
Stano, Lorel A.
Stewart, Savannah Grace
Strickland, Kristen Helen
Surface, Mitchell J.
Sztul, Zuzanna Maria
Testa, Trent V.
Thrash, James R.
Townsend, Jennifer      
Traylor, Anna Leslie
Triplett, Andrew Joseph
Trucks, Hannah Nicole
Tucker, Gabriel Matthew
Tullar, Anna M.
Turley, Richard D.
Vacarella, Madison Nicole
Vardaman, Morgan Kathlene
Wallace , Alexa B.
Weyerman, Elizabeth G.
Whatley, Mary Landon
Wideman, Grant L.
Williams, Rachel Sinclair
Williams, Kirsten E.
Willis, Abigail G.
Windham, William Tyler
Wise, Nancy T.
Wofford, William Earl
Wood, Brett     
Yarbrough, Tyler Elaine
Zeller, J. Elliott
 
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