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FSU Law Black Alumni Network Celebrates Outstanding Achievements of Alum

TALLAHASSEE, FL – The Florida State University Law Black Alumni Network (BAN) is delighted to announce the recipients of its prestigious inaugural awards, recognizing its members' exemplary achievements and contributions to the legal profession and their communities. The awards will be presented on Thursday, March 28, 2024, at 9:00 AM EST.


The esteemed honorees are:

  • Markenzy Lapointe has been awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award for his historic

  • Judge Jessica Goodwin Costello receives the Most Outstanding Young Alumni Award in

  • recognition of her significant contributions as a judge for the Hillsborough County Court in Florida.

  • Judge Anthony Miller is being honored with the Outstanding Jurist Award, celebrating his

  • Attorney Ben Crump will receive the Enduring Legacy Award, acknowledging his unparalleled civil

  • Attorneys Jasmyne Henderson, Salesia Smith-Gordon, and Kareem J. Spratling have each


G.C. Murray II, Esq., DPL, current President of the FSU Law Black Alumni Network, said, "It is an honor to recognize these exceptional individuals who have made significant contributions to the legal profession

and their communities. Their dedication, leadership, and commitment to justice embody the values of the

FSU Law Black Alumni Network. Immediate Past President Conti Moore Smith, Esq., whose administration selected these deserving individuals, and I sincerely congratulate all of our award recipients."


The FSU Law Black Alumni Network continues to foster a supportive environment for its members,

promoting excellence, mentorship, and advocacy. For more information about the FSU Law Black Alumni

Network and its award recipients, please visit https://law.fsu.edu/BlackAlumniNetwork.


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About the FSU Law Black Alumni Network:

The FSU Law Black Alumni Network was created to support the matriculation of Black law students,

address the marginalization of Black lawyers, and confront the historic underrepresentation of Black

individuals in the practice of law. Through networking, mentorship, and advocacy, the FSU Law BAN aims

to uplift its members and contribute positively to the legal profession and society.

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