A Message from the Dean
Pandemic Proofing
A Campus Crossroad
Five All-Stars 40 and Under
Berger Recalls Early Role in Space Program
The Brief
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In Memoriam
Case Closed
Commencement Speakers Ask Graduates to Defend Judiciary, Follow Their Ideals 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6

After the weighty messages, the graduates exulted in their accomplishments as they walked
Briana Bunn exults at the end of the “Paper Chase"
Briana Bunn exults at the end
of the “Paper Chase.”
across the stage to receive diplomas from Dean Michael A. Fitts. Two hundred-seventy graduates received juris doctor degrees, while 98 received masters degrees and two received Ph.D.s. Fifty-five of the students graduated cum laude, with 12 graduating magna cum laude and two, Adam Brenneman and Abby Wright, graduating summa cum laude. Professor Matthew Adler was honored as well, receiving the Harvey Levin Award for Teaching Excellence.
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