The Law Student Wellness Coalition at UW Law School has received the Jack DeWitt WisLAP Volunteer of the Year Award from the State Bar of Wisconsin. The student group formed last fall to promote law student health and wellness.
The annual award recognizes a lawyer, judge or group who has provided confidential, meaningful assistance, educational outreach or other volunteer service through the Wisconsin Lawyers Assistance Program (WisLAP). It is named for the late Jack DeWitt, a former state bar president, long-time WisLAP member, and a UW Law School alumni.
Photo: Shannon Green/State Bar of Wisconsin
The state bar will formally honor the group, along with other award winners, at its Annual Meeting and Conference in June.
Coalition members, with faculty and staff advisors, are pictured from the left, bottom to top: Patrick Shirley, Jill Johnson, Stephanie Johnson, Will Kramer; middle, bottom to top: Kira Visser, Jen Bizzotto, Dana Roth, John Lightfield; right, bottom to top: Dean Margaret Raymond, Adriana Aristeiguieta Dean, Prof. Megan McDermott, and Matt Coker.
Submitted by Law School News on March 16, 2017
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