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LIVING LEGACY: McNagny receives highest law honor from I.U.

April 21, 2014

Columbia City resident and former Whitley County Superior Court Judge Patricia A. McNagny is pictured with an award designating her as an Indiana University Academy of Law Alumni Fellow, the highest honor the Maurer School of Law can give to a graduate. Photo contributed.

COLUMBIA CITY — A prestigious designation has been given to a Columbia City resident from the Indiana University Academy of Law.

Patricia A. McNagny, a former Whitley County Superior Court judge, is the first to receive the award in the county. Her story and photograph now hang in the Maurer School of Law in Bloomington.

Pat was honored in Bloomington as an Academy of Law Alumni Fellow April 11.
The Academy of Law Alumni Fellows is the highest honor that the Maurer School of Law can bestow upon a graduate.

Established in 1985, the Academy of Law Alumni Fellows recognizes alumni whose careers are defined by exceptional personal achievement and dedication to the highest standards of the profession.

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