13 Mizzou Law Alumnae Honored with 2021 Women’s Justice Awards

Thirteen Mizzou Law alumnae were among the women honored by Missouri Lawyers Media with 2021 Women’s Justice Awards.

Whittney Dunn, ’11, and Amy Moore Harris, ’10, were honored with the Corporate Award as women who serve as general or in-house counsel, advising businesses on complex legal matters.

Ashley Benoist, ’12; Susan Brown Miles, ’00; Lauren Collins, ’13; Brenda Hamilton, ’90; Meghan Lewis, ’09; Camille Roe, ’12; and Megan Stumph-Turner, ’08; were honored with the Litigation Practitioner Award as women who have made their careers in the courtroom — criminal or civil, representing plaintiff or defense.

Betsy AuBuchon, ’00; Josephine (Jody) Stockard, 11; and Laura Roy, ’08, were honored with the Public Service Award as women who work on behalf of a nonprofit organization, government agency or the judiciary; or have made their mark in education.

Tori Shafer, ’21, was honored with the Leaders of Tomorrow Award as law student who demonstrated leadership, professionalism and a passion for making a difference in the justice system or legal profession.