Friday, October 31, 2014

Hodgkinson inducted as Fellow in presigious appellate group

Randall Hodgkinson, creator and co-author of this blog, has been inducted as a Fellow in the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers (AAAL).  As explained here, induction into the AAAL is by invitation only and is limited to 500 members in the United States.  Academy Fellows must have been in appellate practice for at least 15 years, and only lawyers with a reputation for the highest excellence in appellate work and unblemished integrity are invited to membership. 

Randall is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Law at Washburn Law School, primarily teaching Criminal Appellate Advocacy.  He has been a teacher and mentor to many lawyers (including this blogger during my time at the ADO).  And this type of recognition and praise is certainly well deserved. 

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