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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.
2012 Phillip I. Blumberg
2013 Brad Saxton
2014 Professor Quintin Johnstone, Yale Law School
2015 Jon Bauer
2016 Marilyn J. Ford