Osgoode honours top students with Gold Key Awards

The Dean’s “Gold Keys” are awarded annually to students graduating from the Juris Doctor (JD) program at Osgoode Hall Law School. Recipients are those students who have made an outstanding contribution to the life of the law school, either to the academic program of the school or other activities that are integral to the community.

The 2015 recipients are: Arielle Lewis, Darcel Bullen, Aneesha Lewis, Robin Nobleman, Toby Samson, Clinton Green, Jean-Paul Bevilacqua, Laura Wilson, Steven Broadley, Douglas Judson, Anthony Sangiuliano, Jeffrey Hernaez and Allison Williams.

Front row, from left: Arielle Lewis, Darcel Bullen, Aneesha Lewis, Robin Nobleman, Toby Samson. Back row, from left: Clinton Green, Jean-Paul Bevilacqua, Laura Wilson, Steven Broadley, Dean Lorne Sossin, Douglas Judson, Anthony Sangiuliano, Jeffrey Hernaez. Missing from the photo is Allison Williams.

Front row, from left: Arielle Lewis, Darcel Bullen, Aneesha Lewis, Robin Nobleman, Toby Samson. Back row, from left: Clinton Green, Jean-Paul Bevilacqua, Laura Wilson, Steven Broadley, Dean Lorne Sossin, Douglas Judson, Anthony Sangiuliano, Jeffrey Hernaez. Missing from the photo is Allison Williams.

 

Recipients have demonstrated exceptional leadership, commitment, and enthusiasm through their participation in extracurricular activities, law school or University governance, clinical education, the Osgoode Hall Law Journal, or other similar endeavours.  This year’s awards were presented at the Dean’s Third-Year Lunch on Friday, March 20, at Black Creek Pioneer Village.

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