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Organized Section 2: Law and Courts Teaching and Mentoring Award

Law and Courts Section Award Recipients

Law and Courts Teaching and Mentoring Award

The Teaching and Mentoring Award recognizes innovative teaching and instructional methods and materials in law and courts. Examples of innovations that might be recognized by this award include (but are not limited to) outstanding textbooks, websites, classroom exercises, syllabi, or other devices designed to enhance the transmission of knowledge about law and courts to undergraduate or graduate students. The Teaching and Mentoring Award is supported by a generous contribution from the Division for Public Education of the American Bar Association. The Teaching and Mentoring Award Committee also advises the Organized Section on matters related to teaching and mentoring of students and colleagues.

  • 2018 Bethany Blackstone, Unviersity of North Texas
    2017 H.W. Perry, University of Texas
  • 2016 Susan Haire, University of Georgia
  • 2015 Julie Novkov, State University of New York-Albany
  • 2014 Gerald Rosenberg, The University of Chicago
  • 2013 Howard Gillman, University of California, Irvine
  • 2013 Mark Graber, University of Maryland
  • 2013 Keith Whittington, Princeton University
  • 2012 Wendy Martinek, SUNY, Binghamton University
  • 2011 Milton Heumann, Rutgers University
  • 2010 Lief Carter, Colorado College
  • 2009 Robert Kagan, University of California, Berkeley
  • 2008 Jeffrey Segal, Stony Brook University
  • 2007 Susette Talarico, University of Georgia
  • 2006 Ronald Kahn, Oberlin College
  • 2005 Lawrence Baum, Ohio State University
  • 2004 Jerry Goldman, Northwestern University
  • 2004 Christine Harrington, New York University
  • 2003 Lee Epstein, Washington University
  • 2003 Thomas Walker, Emory University
  • 2002 Elliot Slotnick, Ohio State University
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