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Allard wins Emory's Brittain Award
By CSLR | Emory Law | May 24, 2016 11:05:00 AM

CSLR joint degree student Silas Allard has won Emory’s highest student honor, the Marion Luther Brittain Award. The Brittain award, which recognizes a student's service to the university and the community, is given to the “most outstanding” undergraduate or graduate student at the end of each academic year. Allard graduates from Emory with dual degrees in law and religion May 9. In addition, Candler School of Theology awarded Allard the Myki Mobley award for his academic excellence and significant social concern, and CSLR awarded him the Herman Dooyeweerd Prize in Law and Religion in recognition of his outstanding academic record. Read Emory Report article. Read Emory Wheelarticle. Watch video.