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News Posted on April 18, 2011

Nine King Hall Students Win Inn of Court Scholarships

The Milton Schwartz/David F. Levi American Inn of Court has announced the award of scholarships to nine deserving UC Davis School of Law students who participated in the Inn over the last year as student members. 

The awards were presented to Fatima Alloo '11, Alexis Alvarez '11, Jacqueline Sutton '11, Errol Dauis '11, Erika Morris '11, Richard Nguyen '11, Philip Person '11, Rachel Ray '11, and Bao Vu '11 at the Inn's meeting on April 13 at the Davis Odd Fellows Lodge, which is led by King Hall alumnus and Yolo County Superior Court Judge David Rosenberg '74.  Judge Gregory Hollows of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California and Charity Kenyon '77, a distinguished alumna and member of the King Hall Alumni Association Board of Directors, served as scholarship co-chairs and worked tirelessly to raise scholarship funds.  Dean Kevin R. Johnson, Professors Carlton Larson, Andrea Bjorklund, and Leticia Saucedo were in attendance as the awards were presented.

The Milton Schwartz/David F. Levi American Inn of Court is an affiliate of American Inns of Court comprised of judges, lawyers and law students from the Sacramento/Yolo County area and works to improve the skills, professionalism, and ethics of the bench and bar.  The Schwartz/Levi Inn chapter was created by UC Davis School of Law Professors Ed Imwinkelried and Margaret Johns.