Barry Law Student Wins National Law Review Writing Competition
Barry Law student Judy Winslow Hoffman was chosen by the National Law Review Law Student Writing Competition as the winner for their March contest.
“I cannot begin to express what extreme joy I am feeling right now for being selected for the law school writing contest,” Hoffman said.
Hoffman is a licensed RN since 1985, and was working until the year 2000 when diagnosed with invisible disabilities. In 2011, Hoffman obtained a service dog, Duchess, to assist with her vocational rehabilitation efforts to become a licensed attorney in the state of Florida. Hoffman is past-President of Barry Law Legal Advocates for Citizens with Disabilities, member of Health Law Society, Environmental Law Society and the Women Lawyers Association.
"We’re so proud of the hard work Judy put into this article and we’re elated she’s been selected by the National Law Review,” said Barry Law Leticia Diaz. “This type of recognition furthers our stance that our dedicated Barry Law students can compete on a national level!”
Hoffman, who also has a master’s of public administration, is slated for graduation with a juris doctorate this May.
Hoffman's article is available on the National Law Review's website.
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