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Member of the CBA who has contributed greatly to the legal education of his or her colleagues, as a member of the faculty, a clinical instructor, or an adjunct instructor at UConn Law School, Quinnipiac Law School, Yale Law School or Western New England Law School.
May be posthumous, but only if a recipient passes away after being nominated, but before the award is bestowed by the CBA.
- Must have a minimum of ten years teaching experience at one or more of the four schools listed, or at least ten years as an attorney admitted to the Connecticut Bar.
- Must have demonstrated a sustained commitment and made significant contributions to the cause of legal education over a period of years and not be a single or isolated activity.
- Distinguished himself or herself as a legal educator of the highest quality through experience as a teacher, scholarly writer, or both.
- Not necessarily an annual award.
The deadline for nominations is November 2, 2016
2012 Phillip I. Blumberg
2013 Brad Saxton
2014 Professor Quintin Johnstone, Yale Law School
2015 Jon Bauer
2016 Marilyn J. Ford