Armstrong wins law service award

Law Professor Margalynne Armstrong was honored with the 2003 Mathew O. Tobriner Public Service Award.

In June, SCU School of Law Professor Margalynne Armstrong was one of several Bay Area law professors honored with the 2003 Mathew O. Tobriner Public Service Award at the Legal Aid Society- Employment Law Center. The award lauds Armstrong for demonstrating a commitment to diversity and integration and for being a mentor to new generations of law students.

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