LEXINGTON, MA / ACCESSWIRE / April 29, 2017 / Ann Adley, owner of Morgan Ramey Homes, is one of the 2015 Massachusetts School of Law graduates who received a prestigious CALI Award. At present, only 1,842 MSLAW students have received a CALI Award since the inception of the institution.
CALI stands for Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction. The organization has over over 200 member schools including Cornell Law School, University of Alabama School of Law, California School of Law, and Syracuse University College of Law. CALI was incorporated in 1982 in Minnesota with the primary goal of developing computer orientated legal education.
The CALI Excellence for the Future Award is given to students from member Universities that receive the highest overall grade in their class. Class instructors forward student details to the CALI offices who then publish winning students' names on their website. The award is meant to provide recognition for students that have been dedicated enough to achieve the top grade in their class. Adley received awards in 2014 for both 'Creating a Small/Solo Practice' and 'UCC, Article 3 & 4'.
"Receiving a CALI Excellence for the Future Award was one the highlights of my time at law school," Adley says, "Post-graduate law school is a very competitive environment, it was great that my hard work culminated in receiving the highest grade in two of my classes, and I was honored to be recognized for it."
Massachusetts School of Law is located in Andover, Massachusetts. The University was founded in 1988 as a private institution. Notable alumni include state Senators Steven Baddour and William Gannon. The school boasts that over 80% of their graduates end up passing their exams for admission to the American Bar Association.
Ann Adley currently owns and operates Massachusetts based building company Morgan Ramey Homes. The firm specializes panelization building and partners with Hamilton Building Services to construct homes across the state.
SOURCE: Ann Adley