The first recipient of the Anthony Mansfield Litigation Skills Scholarship graduates from Vanderbilt Law School.

June 22, 2011

In 2003, The Anthony Mansfield Litigation Skills Scholarship was established in memory of Tony Mansfield, a former litigation partner at the Firm. The scholarship is specifically earmarked for a third-year Vanderbilt Law School student who has attained excellent academic performance in litigation-related subjects; outstanding participation in the Moot Court Program; and positive involvement in litigation-related skills courses. Joanna Robinson, Vanderbilt Law Class of 2011, received the scholarship having been recognized for her achievements in the Moot Court Competition, her work in the Domestic Violence Clinic, and her passion for litigation.