Law Student Wins Prize in AHLA Essay Contest
Judges for the American Health Lawyers Association's 2003-2004 Student Writing Competition on Corporate Responsibility have awarded Third Prize to James Braswell for his paper entitled, "Sarbanes-Oxley and Non-Profit Health Organizations."
Braswell, a third year law student from Pasadena, MD will receive complimentary registration for AHLA's upcoming annual meeting in New York City (June 27-30, 2004) and a cash award.
"This is a wonderful achievement, I am very proud of him," said Timothy Jost. Jost, a professor of Health Law, Comparative Health Law and Property has taught at Washington and Lee University since 2001.
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