Pro Bono Program
Pamela Robinson selected to receive 2009 USC Ambassador of Service Award
Pamela Robinson, Director of the Pro Bono Program at the University of South Carolina School of Law, was recently selected to receive the 2009 USC Ambassador of Service Award. This award is given to a person at the Director, Chair, Dean or Executive levels of USC Administration for exemplary leadership and involvement in promoting and performing community service.
“What a surprise, and such an honor when your students take the time to acknowledge your service,” says Pamela.
"I am very proud of all our students - for 18 years they have been making a difference and their efforts continue to impress me!"
Sponsored by Community Service Programs at USC, nominations are accepted from USC students, faculty and staff. In this instance, students Bobbie Wofford-Kanwat, Johanna Valenzuela, Will Dillard and John Williams all submitted nominations.
“Pam’s dedication to ‘inciting’ the Pro Bono bug in the law school is apparent in her innovative and unique opportunities that she offers us. Her tireless efforts to develop and implement these programs also merit her recognition as an outstanding leader in our community,” states Bobbie Wofford-Kanwat, University of South Carolina JD/IMBA Candidate, Class of 2009.
Award recipients will be recognized on Friday, April 17, 2009 at the Student Affairs and Academic Support Staff Recognition Breakfast.
Congratulations to Pamela on such a wonderful honor! For more information on the Pro Bono Program, please visit law.sc.edu/probono/.
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