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Loyola Law hands out alumni honors

By Shane Nelson | Nov. 17, 2017

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Nov. 17, 2017

Loyola Law hands out alumni honors

500 alumni celebrated annual honors at the Loyola Law School, Los Angeles grand reunion.

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From left, Martin Law Group APC partner Agnes O. Martin, director of Loyola's Civil Justice Program John T. Nockleby, Loyola Law School Dean Michael Waterstone, Loyola's Juvenile Innocence & Fair Sentencing Clinic staff attorney Susan S. Harbert, RSM US LLP director Todd Sigler, Robinson Calcagnie Inc. senior partner Mark P. Robinson.

More than 500 alumni, faculty and friends attended the Loyola Law School, Los Angeles 2017 Alumni Grand Reunion at the Beverly Hilton on Nov. 9.

The event honored Mark P. Robinson, class of 1972 and senior partner at Robinson Calcagnie Inc., as the 2017 Distinguished Alumnus of the Year.

Susan S. Harbert, class of 2006, took home the Loyola Law School Board of Governors Recognition Award for her work as a staff attorney at the Juvenile Innocence & Fair Sentencing Clinic, a division of Loyola’s Center for Juvenile Law & Policy.

And John T. Nockleby, founding director of Loyola’s Civil Justice Program and Journalist Law School, received the 2017 Alumni Association Award.

— Shane Nelson

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Shane Nelson

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