Christine L. Coogle

Christine Coogle

Degree
JD, 2020


Awards

Phi Delta Phi Award

The Phi Delta Phi award is presented to a member of the graduating Juris Doctor class who has demonstrated excellence in the areas of professional responsibility and jurisprudential studies. Christine Coogle, will receive a Dean’s Certificate and her name will be inscribed on a wall plaque at the law school. Christine earned extremely high grades in Professional Responsibility & Ethics and in Introduction to Legal Theory.

Judge Roger W. Titus Award

The Judge Roger W. Titus Award is given to a graduating student who seeks or obtains a federal district court clerkship and who embodies the qualities of academic excellence, personality, and humility that Judge Titus sought in his law clerks.  Christine Coogle will receive a monetary award and an engraved plaque.

The nomination committee said “Christine Coogle was selected for Roger W. Titus Award because she embodies the qualities of academic excellence, personality and humility that Judge Titus sought in his law clerks. Christine was an evening student and worked full time for the House of Representatives Office of General Counsel while attending GW Law. Notwithstanding these responsibilities, she managed to graduate at the top of her class and serve as Senior Executive Editor of The George Washington Law Review. Following graduation Christine will clerk for Judge Peter Messitte on the United States District Court for the District of Maryland (the court on which Judge Titus served), and then for Judge Susan L. Carney on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.”


Judge Albert H. Grenadier Award

The Grenadier Award is presented to the members of the graduating Juris Doctor class who represented GW Law at the Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, the largest moot court competition in the world. Each of the team members receives a monetary award, an engraved plaque, and will have their names permanently recorded on a wall plaque in the law school.

Christine earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Music and French from the University of Virginia. She was the senior executive editor for The George Washington Law Review. Christine will be clerking for the Honorable Susan Carney in the U.S Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit followed by clerking for the Honorable Peter Messitte in the U.S District Court for the District of Maryland.