College of Law Unveils the Travis H.D. Lewin Advocacy Honor Society 1967-Today Exhibit Case Permanent Collection 

Dean Craig M. Boise unveiled the College of Law’s new dynamic Advocacy Honor Society permanent collection display during Law Alumni Weekend, thanks to the generosity of Hancock Estabrook LLP.

History in the making, the new exhibit case showcases key artifacts and memorabilia of the College’s triumphant advocacy competition teams over the years, unveiling the rich and evolving narrative of the College’s legendary advocacy program. The permanent collection contains artifacts from the Travis H.D. Lewin Advocacy Honor Society over the years, from 1967 through the present day.

Todd Berger, Director of Advocacy Programs, opened the dedication with a few words about the program and its students over the years. Timothy Murphy L’89, Managing Partner at Hancock Estabrook, provided remarks on behalf of the firm celebrating the decades of success of the advocacy programs and its relationship with the College of Law.