Marianna Bettman honored with Lifetime Achievement in Law award

Marianna Brown Bettman ’77, Distinguished Teaching Professor and Professor of Practice Emerita at the College of Law, has been awarded the 2020 John L. Muething Lifetime Achievement in Law Award by the Cincinnati Bar Foundation.  This award is presented by the Foundation for 50 years of exemplary service as a lawyer.  Through the recipient’s career, he or she reflects the highest principles and traditions of the legal profession.

The article notes Bettman’s career as “a champion of the law” and that she has “long embodied the qualities this award honors.”  Professor Bettman joins former award recipients Judge Nathaniel R. Jones and Kathleen Brinkman, among others.

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