Law Ducks receive University and Emerald 25 Duck Awards

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Six students from Oregon Law’s Doctor of Jurisprudence (JD) and Conflict and Dispute Resolution Master’s (CRES) programs, were named recipients of the highly competitive University Awards and The Daily Emerald’s 25 Ducks Award.

University Awards

The University Awards honor student leaders across campus who, in addition to being outstanding academically, lead or coordinate initiatives, activities and programs that benefit the campus and/or Eugene community.

Centurion Awards

Centurion Awards are given to undergraduate and graduate students for dedication and outstanding service as student leaders in the past year. To receive a Centurion Award, these students either emerged as one of the finalists being considered for other awards or stood out to selection committee members due to the depth and breadth of their contributions.

Honoree: Kat Fahrion JD/CRES ’20

John R. Moore Scholarship

This graduate or undergraduate student scholarship is a person who excels in their contribution to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community at the University of Oregon.

Honorees: John R. Moore Scholarship: Amber Lesher JD/CRES ’21, Kelsey Cunningham JD/CRES ’20, and Sabrina Kaufelt JD/CRES ’22

25 Ducks Award

The 25 Ducks Award is bestowed upon individuals who show impressive leadership, innovation and passion. These outstanding Ducks are chosen for affecting amazing change throughout the campus. The Daily Emerald notes that “they are some of the most driven and enthusiastic individuals within their programs and workplaces and serve as an inspiration to all those around them.”

Honorees: Casey Daggett, JD ’19 and Amber Lesher, JD/CRES ’21

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