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Bill Kimble Service Award

The Bill Kimble Service Award is given annually to two students who have demonstrated exceptional commitment to community service. This award is made possible by an annual gift from the Baylor Public Interest Legal Society and the Baylor Law Alumni Association in honor of Bill Kimble, a Baylor Law School graduate who has dedicated his life to providing legal services for the poor. The award is given to the two students who, by the annual convocation, have accumulated the most hours in the Pro Bono and Public Service program.

Past Recipients:
2008 Abigail Toth & Justin Schneider
2009 Berkley Scroggins & Patricia Dixon
2010 - Shamaila Malik & Tope Tokan-Lawal
2011 - Tope Tokan-Lawal & Jessica Edwards
2012 - Huma Patel
2013 - Siobhan Ray & Amanda Sherek
For more information about Bill Kimble, see page 603 of this Texas Bar Journal article.
Contact Information

Public Service

Stephen Rispoli
Director of Student Relations &
Pro Bono Programs


Public Interest Legal Society

Bridget Fuselier
Faculty Advisor

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