Dean Trevor Morrison presented the Legal Teaching Award to Professor Troy McKenzie ’00 (below), who teaches bankruptcy, civil procedure, and complex litigation. In 2008 he received the Albert Podell Distinguished Teaching Award. Currently on leave, McKenzie is working at the US Department of Justice Office of Legal Counsel as a deputy assistant attorney general.
NYU Law Trustee Evan Chesler ’75 (right), chairman of Cravath, Swaine & Moore, received the Alumni Achievement Award, which recognizes significant professional achievements and commitment to the development of the Law School. As the leader of the strategy committee of the Law School Board of Trustees, Chesler made recommendations leading to the creation of NYU Law Semesters Abroad, the Legislative and Regulatory Process Clinic in DC, and leadership initiatives.
Beatrice Lindstrom ’10 (above), a staff attorney with the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (IJDH), received the Recent Graduate Award. A former Root-Tilden-Kern Scholar, Lindstrom has sued the United Nations on behalf of IJDH for its role in Haiti’s cholera outbreak following the devastating 2010 earthquake.
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