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Concordia Law Students Receive CALI Awards for Top Performance

BOISE, Idaho – Four Concordia University School of Law students received CALI Excellence for the Future Awards after the completion of the 2012-2013 academic year.  The CALI Excellence for the Future Awards program recognizes excellent achievement by law students in their studies.

“The CALI awards go to those who achieved the highest grades in their course,” said Associate Dean of Academics, Greg Sergienko.  “They recognize the academic success of some of our top students.  We are proud of their performance and eagerly anticipate the contributions they’ll make to the community through their legal careers.”

FALL 2012 SEMESTER AWARDS:

    Aubrey Richardson (Portland, OR)
        Excellent Achievement in the study of Civil Procedure I

    Kenneth C. Shumard (Kuna, Idaho)
        Excellent achievement in the study of Contracts I
        Excellent achievement in the study of Criminal Law

SPRING 2013 SEMESTER AWARDS:

    Lisa M. Carlson (Boise, Idaho)
        Excellent achievement in the study of Torts

    Kenneth C. Shumard (Kuna, Idaho)
        Excellent achievement in the study of Contracts II
        Excellent achievement in the study of Criminal Procedure
        Excellent achievement in the study of Torts

    Chynna C. Tipton (Boise, Idaho)
        Excellent achievement in the study of Criminal Procedure
        Excellent achievement in the study of Civil Procedure II

The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) is a U.S. 501(c)(3) non-profit consortium of law schools that researches and develops computer-mediated legal instruction and supports institutions and individuals using technology and distance learning in legal education. CALI awards for Concordia University School of Law can be found online at www2.cali.org.  

Concordia University School of Law is a private, non-profit, law school located in downtown Boise, Idaho.  The law school offers a forward-thinking vision for a juris doctor program: an urban, accessible, professional experience that extends the life-long values of ethics and community to the graduating legal professional.  The foundation for the law school is rooted in the home campus of Concordia University, a fixture in Portland, Oregon, for more than 100 years.  For more information about Concordia University School of Law, visit www.concordialaw.com.