2010 Burnham “Hod” Greeley Award 

Presented annually by the American Bar Association, this award recognizes a person or organization that has made a significant positive impact on public understanding of the role of the judiciary in a democratic society and the importance of the rule of law. 



2020 Sandra Day O'Connor Award for the Advancement of Civics Education 

Presented annually by the National Center for State Courts, this award honors an organization, court, program, or individual who has promoted, inspired, improved, or led an innovation or accomplishment in the field of civics education related to the justice system.



2020 Denver Bar Association Program of the Year Award

Presented annually by the Denver Bar Association, this award acknowledges those programs or projects that uphold the highest traditions of the legal profession, such as ethics, professionalism, education, access to justice, community service, and promoting charitable causes. It also recognizes exceptional collaboration between members of the Bar.



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