Charles and Kathryn Miller Environmental Law Award
The Charles and Kathryn Miller Environmental Law Award is presented to the member of the graduating class who has demonstrated excellence in the field of environmental law. The award is named in honor of Dean Lee Paddock’s grandparents, who lived on a centennial farm on Lake Michigan, and is the place where he first developed his interest in the environment. Jarryd Page, will receive a Dean’s Certificate and a monetary award.
The faculty member who nominated Jarryd says: “Jarryd's research and analytical skills are so impressive that he is now co-authoring a law review article with Professor Glicksman, for whom he did excellent work as a research assistant. Jarryd will work as a Fellow at the Environmental Law Institute, the preeminent nonpartisan environmental think tank, after graduation.”
Jarryd earned a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Master’s in History of Art from University of Kansas. He then went on to earn a Bachelor of Science from University of Maryland in Environmental Science and Policy. Jarryd is also the notes editor for Journal of Environmental and Energy Law.