The Law School wins first runner-up honors in the 2008 President's Diversity Vision Award competition

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The Law School has been named the first runner-up in a campus-wide competition for the 2008 President's Diversity Vision Award. The College of Arts and Sciences won the award, while the School of Nursing was the second runner-up. The award is intended to recognize cumulative efforts to advance diversity and inclusion at our university.

As the first runner-up, the Law School will receive $5,000.

Among other things, the award recognizes outstanding programming by the Law School's Diversity Forum, a leading project of the Law School's Diversity Committee. I especially wish to thank committee chair Robin Harris for her leadership.

The March 17 awards ceremony included commentary and musical performances by University of Louisville sophomore and marching band member Patrick Henry Hughes. I can't do justice to Patrick's amazing story. The following videos come a little closer to accomplishing that goal: