Maryland Carey Law honored four graduates for their contributions to the legal community during the annual Honor’s Banquet November 18. Among the awardees were leaders in public and private law, as well as the chief judge of Maryland’s highest court.
“We are extremely proud of all our graduates and their dedication to the community and the law school,” said Dean Donald Tobin. “The Honors Banquet is a powerful reminder that Maryland Carey Law is truly an extraordinary community, and has been for decades.”
“This year’s four honorees are well-deserving of this special recognition for the distinguished careers and commitment to excellence in the various paths they have pursued,” added Tobin.
The 2014 honorees were:
DISTINGUISHED GRADUATE AWARD:
Elizabeth M. Kameen '83
Assistant Attorney General & Principal Counsel
Maryland State Department of Education
BENJAMIN L. CARDIN PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD:
Ward B. Coe III '73
Gallagher Evelius & Jones LLP
Constance K. Putzel '45
Attorney & Author
JUDICIAL EXCELLENCE AWARD:
The Hon. Mary Ellen Barbera '84
Maryland Court of Appeals