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Donald L. Hollowell Distinguished Service Award

Since 1993, the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) at Loyola has presented the Donald L. Hollowell Distinguished Service Award to an African-American alumnus/a of Loyola. The award is named after Donald L. Hollowell, a 1951 alumnus of Loyola, who was one of the leading lawyers of the Civil Rights Movement. Mr. Hollowell passed away at the end of 2004. To learn more about Mr. Hollowell's remarkable career, please click here.


Past Donald L. Hollowell Distinguished Service Award Winners

1992-93 Honorable David H. Coar ('69)

1993-94 Honorable Mark E. Jones ('50)

1994-95 Stephen H. Pugh ('73)

1995-96 Paul H. Thornton ('69)

1996-97 Djuana M. O'Connor Oshin ('91)

1997-98 Fletcher N. Smith III ('94)

2001-02 Robin N. Black ('96)

2002-03 Edward G. Lance ('99)

2003-04 Christopher A. Weinum ('00)

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