Duquesne Law sweeps ACBA Environment and Energy Law Section scholarships
This year's winners of the Allegheny County Bar Association (ACBA) Environment and Energy Law Section scholarships all are from Duquesne Law.
Brendan Turley (left), Randa Lewis, and Stephanie Novak (below with section leaders) received word in May that they were selected for scholarships in the competitive program. The ACBA section annually awards scholarships to law students who plan to practice environmental and/or energy law in Allegheny County after graduation.
The Three Rivers Chapter of the national Society for Women Environmental Professionals presented Novak, a student member, with an oversize scholarship check.
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