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Louis S. RulliPRACTICE PROFESSOR OF LAW Louis S. Rulli has received the Provost’s Award for distinguished teaching. The award, given annually since 1987, recognizes pedagogical excellence in two University of Pennsylvania professors, one in a health-related field and one in another field.

Penn Law School Dean Michael A. Fitts remarked that Rulli has had “a fundamental impact on educational programs at the Law School as well as a profound influence on the professional and personal goals of a generation of students.”

Douglas Frenkel, director of Penn Law’s legal clinic added, “In all of his teaching, Lou is dynamic on his feet, organized, spirited, probing… He is patient, dogged, creative, and always good-humored. Students love working with him, and he is always willing to go the extra hour, the extra draft or extra meeting to get things right.”
 
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