Just a question if someone has a minute. (off topic)

Susan Freiman susan.freiman.law.65 at aya.yale.edu
Mon Feb 18 23:03:23 PST 2008


Yes, if the American Jurisprudence Awards are the corporate recognition 
given by Lawyer's [not Lawyers'?] Coop Pub and the Bancroft-Whitney Co..

Susan

James Manning wrote:
> I'm off topic and I'll be brief. Any response is appreciated.
>
>  I am doing some research on a political candidate who touts having 
> won several American Jurisprudence Awards. This doesn't google very 
> well. I found the following at USC:
>
> "The Lawyer's Cooperative Publishing Company and the Bancroft-Whitney 
> Company offer their corporate recognition to students who receive the 
> highest grade in particular classes. Rather than participate in this 
> commercial marketing enterprise, USC allows individual students who 
> receive the highest grade in a particular course to indicate that 
> information on their resumes."
>
> MY QUESTION:
>
> Am I reading correctly that this award goes to the top student in a 
> particular subject at his respective school? Is this something like 
> Who's Who for undergraduates?
>
> Not knocking this if you have won it. I acknowledge that the top grade 
> in any class at any law school is an achievement.
>
> Thanks
> James Manning
> dumb old undergraduate at Murray State University
>
>
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