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CALI Academic Achievement Awards

April 12 2006

Law School Dean Kurt L. Schmoke presented CALI awards to Howard Law students for the Spring 2005 and Fall 2005 academic terms. A CALI award is given to the student who received the highest grade in a law school class. The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction, or CALI, administers the yearly program.

Students also recevied awards for Student Volunteer of the Year, Dean’s Fellowship, Howard Law Journal membership, and moot court team membership.

To learn more about the CALI awards, please visit their web site at: cali.org.