Paralegal Studies Students Inducted into Lambda Epsilon Chi National Honor Society
The University of Hartford Paralegal Studies Program is pleased to announce that the following students have been inducted into Lambda Epsilon Chi (LEX), the National Honor Society for Paralegal Studies and Legal Studies: Robin M. Bangham, Tuyen M. Bergenholtz, Katerina Ficara, Deja Mone George, Aisha Hameed, Amanda R. Limacher, Rachel Anne Lott, Kyriaky Roberts, Gianna Rufo, Arantxa Julana Saunders, Emily Kay Swakopf, and Makenzie M. Ulitsch.
This year's honorary inductee is Bevin Rainwater, LMS Administrator and eLearning Designer for the University of Hartford's Faculty Center for Learning Development. Bevin is also an adjunct instructor of courses in multiple disciplines, including the Paralegal Studies Program's Technology in Law course.
To be considered for LEX induction, students must have completed one-half of their Paralegal Studies degree or certificate coursework. In addition, students must have attained a grade point average of 3.50 in their Paralegal Studies legal specialty courses and an overall grade point average of 3.50.
For more information about the Paralegal Studies Program, visit the website, or contact Program Director Regina C. Graziani, Esq. (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Program Manager Sharron D. Dillon, Esq. (email@example.com).