The Ezra Stotland Award
This award is named after the long-time Director and founder of the Society and Justice Program (preceded the LSJ Program). The award is given, at the LSJ Graduation Celebration, to the graduating student who is deemed to have demonstrated the highest level of academic performance in the program. Faculty nominate students for this award. Student awardees are presented a certificate and small cash prize at the annual Graduation Celebration.
The Community Service Award
This award recognizes outstanding Law, Societies and Justice students for both academic achievement and community service. Each year, a graduating senior is selected to receive a certificate and small cash prize, after being nominated by the faculty and/or Director. The award is given at the annual LSJ Graduation Celebration.
The Karin Stromberg Award for Contribution to Social Justice
This award will be given each year to the graduating senior who most impressively combines high academic achievement and distinguished service activity contributing to the advancement of social justice. This award recognizes the contributions of Karin Stromberg to the Law, Societies, and Justice program in its formative years. Karin touched the lives of many students and faculty with her characteristic grace, warmth, and profound commitment to social justice. This award will be given based on nominations by faculty in the form of a certificate and a small cash prize at the annual LSJ Graduation Celebration.