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CUNY Law’s Dorothy Matthew Recieves Isaac Liberman Public Service Award

January 13, 2011

Clinic Administrator Dorothy Matthew has been awarded the Hundred Year Association of New York Isaac Liberman Public Service Award. Only ten awardees are selected citywide each year and of this year’s recipients, Dorothy took home the top award of $6000 sponsored by Consolidated Edison Company of New York.

(l-r) Avery Eli Okin, Esq., CAE, Brooklyn Bar Association, Chairman, Awards Committee, The Hundred Year Association of New York; Sameer Ashar, Associate Dean for Clinical Programs, CUNY School of Law; Dorothy Matthew, Clinic Administrator, CUNY School of Law; Representative from Consolidated Edison Company of New York; Clinton W. Blume, III, President, The Hundred Year Association of New York(l-r) Avery Eli Okin, Esq., CAE, Brooklyn Bar Association, Chairman, Awards Committee, The Hundred Year Association of New York; Sameer Ashar, Associate Dean for Clinical Programs, CUNY School of Law; Dorothy Matthew, Clinic Administrator, CUNY School of Law; Representative from Consolidated Edison Company of New York; Clinton W. Blume, III, President, The Hundred Year Association of New York

Public Service Award recipients are exceptional employees who have improved the efficiency and quality of services rendered to the people of New York City, enhanced the prestige of City service, and demonstrated dedication well beyond their job descriptions.

The CUNY Law community is extremely proud of Dorothy. She is a model of dedicated public service at the law school and a kind and caring colleague.

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