The Minority Corporate Counsel Association, Inc. (MCCA) has announced its 2008-2009 class of Fellows and Scholars under the Lloyd M. Johnson, Jr. Scholarship Program.
The goal of the Scholarship Program is to promote academic excellence and diversity in law schools by awarding scholarships to newly accepted law students from disadvantaged backgrounds to help defray their educational expenses.
Lloyd M. Johnson, Jr. Scholarship Winners for 2008-2009 are: Ana Hurtado, Harvard Law School; Lori Taylor, Northwestern University School of Law; Bryant Hall, Yale Law School; Joshua J. Johnson, University of California, Berkeley School of Law; Sakisha N. Jackson, Harvard Law School; Carmen Jo Ponce,Duke University School of Law; Nakeena D. Covington, Northwestern University School of Law; Jeffrey M. Peterson, Stanford Law School; Brenda L. Robles, American University Washington College of Law; Feather Moy-Welsh, UCLA School of Law;Carly E. Beane, University of Minnesota Law School; Uchenna J. Ibekwe, Columbia Law School; Fathia D. Touray, Howard University School of Law; Tam M. Ma, University of California, Berkeley School of Law;Alexander Simpson, Indiana University School of Law, Bloomington; Annery Pulgar,University of Miami School of Law; Ryan Chapoteau, Boston University School of Law; Cesar Juarez, University of South Dakota School of Law; David Hao, Boston College Law School.