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ML Program Executive Director Catharine Restrepo L’93 delivered opening remarks, and ML Program Coordinator Kait Johnstone and Director of Operations Natalie Green served as competition judges last year and this year, respectively.
The scholarship program will support the Law School’s Post-9/11 GI Bill® Yellow Ribbon Program that provides financial assistance to veterans pursuing a Juris Doctor degree.
During a time when international travel was impossible for many, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law students could still log into an international classroom – without leaving their homes.