3L receives Assoc. of University Women Scholarship
Duquesne Law's Elizabeth Ranger, 3L, was awarded The Effie Solomon Scholarship by the American Association of University Women Beaver Valley Branch. The Effie M. Solomon Memorial Scholarship was established to honor the memory of well-known Beaver County lawyer Effie Solomon by her family to aid Beaver County women who are training to be lawyers.
The Beaver County Branch of the AAUW awards the scholarship "to supplement law school tuition of young women, selected by the Branch, who are of good character and shows signs of stability and sincerity." Ranger said she hopes to be a positive role model for girls and young women. This summer Ranger served in the City of Pittsburgh's legal department. She hopes to work in a public defender's office.
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