Cooley Law School announces Distinguished Student Award

LANSING, MI--The Cooley Law School Alumni Association presented Lansing campus student Evan Balmer with the Distinguished Student Award at Honors Convocation ceremonies held Friday, March 9. The award is dedicated to graduating students each term. Past Alumni Association President Lawrence Kish (Marston Class, 1978), presented the award to Mr. Balmer. The Alumni Association named two other Distiguished Student Award winners for the term, LaToya Palmer and Alena Vackova, both students at Cooley's Auburn Hills campus.

Also at Convocation, several students were recognized as Leadership Achievement Award winners for the term. The Leadership Achievement Award is intended to acknowledge those students who have consistently, comprehensively, and effectively provided leadership in a variety of capacities. This prestigious award is intended to be the culmination of a student's participation in leadership activities while at Cooley Law School.

Published: Mon, Mar 26, 2012