Mercer Legislation Pronounces The Adam A. Milani Incapacity Legislation Writing Competitors Outcomes
In September, Mercer Law announced the results of the Adam A. Milani Disability Law Writing Contest. The competition is a national disability rights writing competition sponsored by Mercer University School of Law and the ABA Committee on the Rights of Mental and Physical Disability.
The Top three rankings lock in:
First place: Madyson B. Hinkel, UNLV William S. Boyd Law School
Second place: Hannah Thai, University of Texas Law School
Third place: Bradley Potts, University of Texas Law School
The competition honors the work of the late Professor Adam Milani, a passionate disability rights attorney, accomplished legal scholar, and a beloved faculty member at Mercer Law. Milani was a longtime professor of legal writing and a fellow in the legal writing community.
These years Competition judges lock in:
Lind Berger, UNLV William S. Boyd Law School
Kristin Gerdy, Kyle, J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University
Karen M. Henning, University of Detroit Mercy School of Law
Allison Martin, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
Terrill Pollman, UNLV William S. Boyd Law School
Suzanne Poss, University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law
Shannon Moritz, University of Illinois College of Law
Judy Stinson, Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor Law School
Christine Venter, Notre Dame Law School
“Each year I cannot fully express how much I appreciate these generous colleagues for their time and energy to help Mercer Law honor Adam’s memory,” said Mercer Law Professor Suzianne Painter-Thorne. “This is especially true this year when, in addition to a pandemic, we are all reconciling our regular commitments, switching to online classes, and facing many other challenges. Without your generosity and support, we would not be able to host this competition. “
About the School of Law
Founded in 1873, Mercer University School of Law is one of the oldest law schools in the United States and the first in the state of Georgia to be accredited by the American Bar Association. Mercer Law School’s educational philosophy is based on a largely shared commitment to prepare students for high quality, general legal practice in a daily learning environment that is both highly supportive and consistently professional. The innovative Woodruff curriculum, which focuses on ethics and practical skills in small classes, has twice received the Gambrell Professionalism Award for “Depth of Excellence” from the ABA. With approximately 387 students enrolled, Mercer Law School is recognized nationwide for its exceptional programs in legal writing, moot court, experiential, and ethics and professionalism. For more information, see law.mercer.edu.