12 N. Ky. L. Rev. [xv] (1985)
Justice Robert O. Lukowsky Award of Excellence

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Kentucky Supreme Court Justice
Robert 0. Lukowsky died on
December 5, 1981. As a memorial to
his dedication to law, to legal educa-
tion and to humanity, which Justice
Lukowsky displayed, the Student
Bar Association of Salmon P. Chase
College of Law in 1982 established
the Robert 0. Lukowsky Award of
Excellence in Teaching. The award
is given by a vote of the entire stu-
dent body to the full-time faculty
member who has best demonstrated
a commitment to teaching and an in-
terest in the development of law
students that extends beyond the
classroom. This past year the Justice
Lukowsky Award was given to
Assistant Professor Gene Krauss.
Professor Krauss has taught courses
in Property; Administrative Law;
Agency, Partnership & Employment
Law; Antitrust Law; Comparative
Law; and Race, Racism & American
Law. In further recognition, the Nor-
thern Kentucky Law Review has
established, beginning with this
issue, a policy of extending to the
recipient of the Justice Lukowsky
Award an invitation to publish an ar-
ticle.. We are pleased that Professor
Krauss has accepted our invitation.

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