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Cincinnati Law faculty honored with provostal awards

University of Cincinnati College of Law professors Michele Bradley, Lew Goldfarb, and Sandra Sperino recently received awards from the Office of the Provost and the Office of Research at a university ceremony.

Bradley, a professor of Practice, and Goldfarb, a professor of Clinical Law, were both honored with the university’s Award for Faculty Excellence. Professor Sperino, Judge Joseph P. Kinneary Professor of Law, received the university’s Faculty-to-Faculty Research Mentoring Award.

The Award for Faculty Excellence recognizes outstanding faculty members who represent excellence in all its forms. The Award for Faculty-to-Faculty Research Mentoring recognizes outstanding faculty members who have demonstrated research mentorship with faculty at various stages of their careers.

Bradley, a graduate of the College of Law, joined the faculty in 2006. She teaches legal analysis, research, writing, and advocacy skills, as well as legal ethics. Goldfarb, who has been on the faculty since 2012, founded and directs the College of Law’s Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic.

Sperino is the author of many books and articles and teaches in the areas of civil procedure, torts, and employment law. She joined the Cincinnati Law faculty in 2011.

Associate Dean of Faculty Jacob Katz Cogan commented “Professors Bradley, Goldfarb, and Sperino are exemplary members of our outstanding faculty. It’s gratifying to see their accomplishments recognized at the university level.”