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Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on May 22, 2013

The University of Memphis School of Law recently honored eight African American students who graduated this month. The special ceremony, known as The Kenneth Cox Ceremony, recognizes each graduating Black Law Student Association (BLSA) member for his or her contribution to the law school’s academic, cultural and professional environments. The ceremony is named in honor of one of the law school’s first African-American graduates, Kenneth Maurice Cox. This year’s honorees are Angela Harris, Shalondra Pickford, Courtney Smith, Laura Smittick-James, William Terrell II, Kenneth Walker II, Natasha Wells and Thomas Williams.