Pitt Law Professor Ben Bratman Honored With Eric W. Springer Professionalism Award
Ben Bratman was recently honored with the Eric W. Springer Professionalism Award. Established to recognize outstanding members of the W. Edward Sell American Inn of Court, this award honors deserving lawyers or judges in the region whose life and practice display sterling character and unquestioned integrity, coupled with ongoing dedication to the highest standards of the legal profession and the rule of the law.
Professor Bratman also was recently interviewed by Scholastica in "Evaluating Bar Exam Reforms: Interview With Ben Bratman."
The Eric W. Springer Professionalism Award honors the legacy of Eric W. Springer, a veteran attorney of 50 years whose work includes preparing litigation related to Brown v. Board of Education with Thurgood Marshall. As a founding member of the W. Edward Sell American Inn of Court, he served as a faculty member at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and a research professor in the Graduate School of Public Health.