Sara Page, a 2015 graduate of the Belmont University College of Law, has been selected by the National Association of Women Lawyers as a 2015 recipient of its Outstanding Law Student Award. The award is presented each year nationally to outstanding graduating law students who demonstrate academic achievement, exhibit motivation, tenacity and enthusiasm, contribute to the advancement of women in society, promote issues and concerns of women in the legal profession and earn the respect of the dean and law faculty.
Professor Jeffrey Usman, one of Page’s professors, said, “Sara Page was an incredibly well-rounded student and will make an excellent attorney. Not only is she extremely bright as reflected by strong academic performance and also skilled as demonstrated by her great success in Mock Trial, but she also lives her commitment to law as a profession of service through her tireless pro bono efforts on behalf of those who are most in need in our community.”
Page’s receipt of this award will be recognized in an upcoming issue of the Women Lawyers Journal.