Adam Sorensen '17, Isabel Tuz '19 Earn Top GPA Honors
University of Virginia School of Law students Isabel Tuz and Adam Sorensen were recently honored for having the highest grade-point averages at the Law School.
Second-year law student Tuz was awarded the Carl M. Franklin Prize for earning the highest GPA in her class after two semesters. Tuz is pursuing a J.D.-MBA and will graduate in 2019.
Third-year law student Sorensen was awarded the Jackson Walker LLP Award for earning the highest GPA average in his class after four semesters.
Tuz has a B.A. in economics from Stanford University, and Sorensen has a B.S. from Northwestern University.
Recipients of the awards receive a cash prize and have their names engraved on plaques in Hunton & Williams Hall.
JACKSON WALKER LLP AWARD
CARL M. FRANKLIN PRIZE
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