Anglin Law Firm was proud to present its Second Annual Anglin Law Leadership award at Campbell University School of Law on March 21, 2015 to second year student Katherine Reason. She attended Michigan State University graduating with a B.A. in communications in May 2011. Mrs. Reason was one of the many qualified applicants who applied for the scholarship; however, her application stood out due to her commitment to volunteering for the underprivileged in her community and being the incoming Editor-In-Chief of Campbell’s Law Review. She has worked extensively with Disability Rights North Carolina through providing mentorship to children with Autism. She also excelled academically through serving as a teaching scholar for Torts 1 and Torts II.
Mrs. Reason embodies the values which the award was created to recognize. In order for students to become successful attorneys, they need to be well rounded and engaged in their community. Mrs. Reason displays these traits and is sure to be successful in her legal career in a few short years. Mr. Anglin was glad to present the award to Mrs. Reason and said, “That Katherine Reason serves as a role model for her fellow students and will do big things as an attorney. If I had applied for this while in law school, I wouldn’t have had a chance.” Here is a link with a picture on Campbell ‘s website: