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|Stonewall Bar announces Kay Young scholarship winners|
|by Ryan Watkins|
|September 02, 2011 15:49|
The Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia announced today two recipients of the 5th annual Kay Young Scholarship. Elizabeth Redpath, a second-year law student at Emory University, and Jasmine Rice, a third-year law student from the University of Georgia School of Law, will each receive $1,200 to attend the Lavender Law Conference and Career Fair held Sept. 8-10 in Hollywood, California.
The Kay Young Scholarship is named in honor of the late Kay Young, a Stonewall Bar board member and attorney who passed away in 2007.
Redpath, a former advertising executive with David Atlanta and Southern Voice, is the co-president of OUTLaw, Emory Law School's LGBT group.
Rice is a former legal intern for Georgia State Senate’s Democratic Caucus and worked as a law clerk with the American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia's legal department.
For more information on the Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia, please visit www.stonewallbar.org.
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