Law’s Bryan Adamson recognized as Institutional Advocate of the Year by the Western Region Black Law Students Association

Professor Bryan Adamson, the associate dean for diversity and inclusion at Case Western Reserve University School of Law, was selected as the Institutional Advocate of the Year by the Western Region Black Law Students Association (WRBLSA). 

Adamson, a 1990 graduate of CWRU School of Law, is the award’s inaugural recipient. He was chosen for creating a positive impact across multiple institutions for the sake of making the law school experience better for students from marginalized communities.

The award was presented to Adamson at the 53rd WRBLSA Regional Convention’s awards gala.

“Bryan’s commitment to racial justice and equity is unmatched,” said co-dean Jessica Berg. 

“This well-deserved award recognizes Bryan’s extraordinary efforts during extraordinary times,” added co-dean Scharf.

Read about Adamson.