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This archive includes posts about the Constantine Cannon Law School Scholarship, awarded by the Constantine Cannon Whistleblower Practice Group.

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Congratulations to our First Place Scholarship Winner, Ethan Wright

Posted  12/21/21
The Constantine Cannon whistleblower team is thrilled to spotlight the First Place Winner of the firm’s Second Annual Law School Whistleblower Essay Contest: Ethan Wright. Ethan is a third-year student at the University of Alabama School of Law. While in law school, Ethan has worked at the Arkansas Attorney General’s Office, Consumer Protection Division, and at several private law firms. He has also...

Read the Essay Submitted by Inina Kachelmeier in the Second Annual Law School Scholarship Contest

Posted  12/16/21
The Constantine Cannon whistleblower team is pleased to share with you the Second Place Winner of the firm’s Second Annual Law School Whistleblower Essay Contest.  That award goes to Inina Kachelmeier, a first-year student at Northeastern University School of Law, Class of 2024. Inina received a Bachelor of Science in Biology, with minors in English and Economics, from the Robert D. Clark Honors College of...

Read the Essay Submitted by Maggie Keenan in the Second Annual Law School Scholarship Contest

Posted  12/14/21
The Constantine Cannon whistleblower team is honored to announce this year’s Third-Place Winner of our Second Annual Law School Whistleblower Essay Contest.  The third-place award goes to Maggie Keenan, a professor at (and 2020 J.D. graduate of) Cleveland State University. Maggie received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Psychology from Cleveland State University in 2000.  She later received her...

Read the Essay Submitted by Spencer VanHoose in the Second Annual Law School Scholarship Contest

Posted  12/9/21
The Constantine Cannon whistleblower team is pleased to share with you the Fourth Place Winner of the firm's Second Annual Law School Whistleblower Essay Contest.  That award goes to Spencer VanHoose, a first-year student at West Virginia University College of Law, Class of 2024. Spencer received a Bachelor of Science (magna cum laude) from Shepherd University in West Virginia, with a major in Political Science...

Read the Essay Submitted by Zoe Monty-Montalvo in the Second Annual Law School Scholarship Contest

Posted  12/7/21
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The Constantine Cannon whistleblower team is pleased to share with you the Fifth Place Winner of the firm's Second Annual Law School Whistleblower Essay Contest.  That award goes to Zoe Monty-Montalvo, a second-year student at UC Davis School of Law, Class of 2023. Zoe received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology (magna cum laude) from UC Santa Barbara and her Master of Science in Elementary Education at Johns...

Announcing the Winners of the Second Constantine Cannon Law School Essay Contest

Posted  12/3/21
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Earlier this year, Constantine Cannon launched its Second Annual Law School Essay Writing Contest on the importance of whistleblowers.  We wanted to hear from our future leaders of the bar on the importance of whistleblowers and to instill at this early stage of their careers the much-needed recognition of and appreciation for the critical role whistleblowers play in our society. Well, close to a hundred students...

Second Annual Constantine Cannon Law School Essay Writing Contest on the Importance of Whistleblowers

Posted  03/3/21
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It has been a difficult year for all of us on so many different levels.  But it also has been a time of hope and inspiration drawn from so many who have been thrust into the front lines, risking their own wellbeing for the care and safety of others.  Of course, among this cadre of courageous souls are all those who refused to stand by quietly in the face of fraud or injustice.  The whistleblowers.  Always there. ...

Congratulations to our First Place Scholarship Winner, Ellen Matheson

Posted  03/20/20
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Last September, Constantine Cannon announced a scholarship for law students, to be awarded based on essays addressing the importance of whistleblowers, the whistleblower experience, or whistleblower law and policy.  We announced our five winners in February, and today are pleased to share the first place essay, submitted by Ellen Matheson. Ms. Matheson is a graduate of the United States Military Academy, where she...

Read the Second Place Winner’s Essay in Constantine Cannon’s Law School Scholarship Contest

Posted  03/10/20
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Constantine Cannon is excited to share the second place essay in our first annual Scholarship Essay Writing Contest.  The contest asked entrants to discuss the importance of whistleblowers.  Our second place winner, Hannah Fitzmorris, wrote about the IRS Whistleblower Reward Program which “empowers ordinary citizens in positions of relative power disadvantage to utilize the tools of morality and duty of...

Read the Essay Submitted by Will Powell Watson in the Constantine Cannon Law School Scholarship Contest

Posted  03/6/20
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Constantine Cannon is excited to share the essay that placed third in our first annual Scholarship Essay Writing Contest.  The contest asked entrants to submit an essay addressing the important role whistleblowers play, and steps that can be taken to support and protect them.  Entrants were encouraged to relate a personal whistleblower experience or describe a whistleblower who inspired them. Our third-place...
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