Cynthia Wilson has improved access to justice, promoted legal ethics and encouraged public service throughout her career. First as a private attorney, then as a legal aid attorney, and now in her many roles at Northwestern University School of Law, Cindy has inspired countless students to incorporate public interest work into their careers.read more ...
Professor Stacey E. Platt has devoted her legal career to serving low-income children and families, particularly in child welfare and high-conflict custody cases, some of the most highly charged and challenging in our legal system. After starting her career as a staff attorney at the Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago, Stacey has served as a clinical professor…read more ...
2010 – Joseph Butler, The John Marshall Law School
2009 – Randolph N. Stone, University of Chicago Law School
2008 – Marguerite Angelari, Loyola University Chicago School of Law
2007 – Ralph Ruebner, The John Marshall Law School
2006 – Leonard L. Cavise, DePaul University College of Law
2005 – Henry Rose, Loyola University Chicago School of Law
2004 – Douglass Cassel, Northwestern University School of Law
2003 – Tom Geraghty, Northwestern University School of Law
Diane Geraghty, Loyola University Chicago School of Law
2002 – Ronald W. Staudt, IIT Chicago-Kent College of Lawread more ...