380 Black Attendees’ Honors

Chronological listing of the graduation honors received by the 380 black attendees (those not speaking) at the celebration of black alumni, Harvard Law School, September 2011 (alphabetical list of attendees here).  Unless otherwise indicated, the alumni received a J.D. degree (or its predecessor L.L.B. degree).

Thirty-two of the 380 attendees (about 8%) graduated with honors, 31 cum laude and one magna cum laude.

1962
1. Kenneth G. Standard

1967
2. Gordon J. Davis

1968
3. Alphonso A. Christian
4. James S. (Jamie) Hoyte

1969
5. Bishop C. Holifield

1970
6. James E. Bowers
7. Eurich Z. (Eric) Griffin
8. Dennis R. Tourse
9. Richard T. White

1971
10. Geraldine Brown
11. Ronald W. Brown
12. Vaughn A. Carney
13. James O. Cole
14. Raymond Dean Jones
15. John T. Rose, II
16. Greggory Keith Spence
17. Solomon B. Watson, IV

1972
18. Gwendolyn Y. Alexis
19. Samuel Cooper, III
20. Patricia Deltoro Heck
21. William C. Heck (cum laude)
22. Marilyn J. Holifield
23. Bruce A. Hubbard
24. Weldon J. Rougeau

1973
25. Anthony R. Baldwin
26. James M. Christian
27. Velories Anne Figures

1974
28. Sheila Trice Bell
29. Eddie Eitches
30. Bernadine H. Layne
31. W. (William) Ollie Ligon
32. Robert H. Maloney
33. Henry H. Melchor
34. Maurice E. White
35. H. (Flash) Wiley

1975
36. James T. Breedlove
37. Julia Dobbs Gibbs
38. W. Roderick (Rod) Hamilton
39. Charles J. Hamilton, Jr.
40. Channing D. Johnson
41. Walter L. Jones
42. Angela V. Shaw
43. Gail Wright Sirmans

1976
44. Loretta C. Argrett
45. George H. Butcher
46. T. Warren Jackson
47. Michael A. Kenny
48. Don M. Roman

1977
49. Rachelle Viki Browne
50. Hervé Gouraige
51. Meldon S.J. Hollis, Jr.
52. Sheila D. Jones
53. Harvey L. Kennedy
54. Theodore R. (Ted) Laster
55. James J. Lopes
56. Marianne Camille Spraggins (L.L.M)
57. Lee A. Thompson
58. Stephen A. Weaver

1978
59. Charles N. Atkins
60. Clarence O. (Neil) Brown
61. Raymond M. Burse
62. Bemma B. Donkoh (L.L.M.)
63. Fern Alison Fisher
64. George W. Haywood
65. Michael A. Lawson
66. Jacques C. Leroy
67. Dominic L. Ozanne
68. Diane B. Pierce-Williams
69. Deborah Waire Post
70. Ralph C. Thomas, III
71. Reginald L. Thomas
72. John I. Williams, Jr.

1979
73. Adela Cepeda
74. Piper Kent-Marshall
75. Joseph C. Mims
76. Thomas J. Motley
77. Eric V. Moyé

1980
78. Rozlyn L. Anderson
79. David K. Getachew-Smith, Sr.
80. Dennis David Parker
81. Alex L. Parrish
82. Julieanna Lynn Richardson
83. Dorothy Elizabeth Roberts

1981
84. Melissa M. Allain
85. Avis E. Buchanan
86. Lori Louise Cooper
87. Angela Jordan Davis
88. Veronica Blake Greenaway
89. Glenn A. Harris
90. Henderson Hill
91. Andrea L. Johnson
92. Penelope (Penny) Marshall
93. Evangeline Wyche Tross
94. Andrea L. Zopp

1982
95. Valerie Denise Bell
96. Sharon V. Burrell
97. (L.) Renee Franklin Hill
98. Michael Stephen Jackson
99. Elaine Johnson James
100. Sharon E. Jones
101. Lorenzo S. Littles
102. James Potter
103. Nicky Sheats

1983
104. Michael St. P. Baxter (L.L.M.)
105. Ruth Ellen Fitch
106. Kathy Seward Northern

1984
107. Kamil Ali-Jackson
108. Cynthia L. Boyce
109. Lisa Gillespie Jenkins
110. Robert Raymond Reed
111. Maurice Alvin Watson
112. Frederick W. Yette

1985
113. Tracy R. Brown
114. Calvin D. Buford
115. David L. Douglass
116. Karen Marie Freeman-Wilson
117. Sheila Ann Caviel Hubbard
118. Michelle C. Ifill
119. Douglas J. Jackson
120. Georgette Roberta Chapman Phillips
121. A. Michael Pratt
122. Jack E. Robinson
123. Jacquelyn E. (Jackie) Stone

1986
124. Sandra D. Grannum
125. Louise Hope Lewis
126. Kenneth W. Lewis
127. Veronica Lewis
128. Earl W. MacFarlane
129. Peter L. Maples
130. Lori G. Nuckolls
131. William Jared Snipes
132. Yolanda Maria Townsend
133. Melford Whitfield (Mel) Walker

1987
134. Judith F. Aidoo
135. Kevin G. Chavers
136. Teresa H. Clarke
137. Sheila F. Maith (cum laude)

1988
138. Ginger L. McKnight-Chavers
139. Willie J. Lovett, Jr.
140. Andre E. Owens
141. Vincent D. Rougeau
142. Paula A. Tuffin
143. Verna L. Williams (cum laude)

1989
144. Victor A. Bolden
145. Sheryll D. Cashin (cum laude)
146. Peter R. Eccles
147. Martin Grant
148. Glenn E. McKeown
149. Kimberly M. Talley-Wilson
150. Wilhelmina Marie (Mimi) Wright

1990

151. Jennifer L. Borum Bechet
152. Melanie B. Cook
153. Alison N. Davis
154. Tawana E. Davis
155. Leecia R. Eve
156. Pamela D. Everhart
157. Marguerite Fletcher
158. Tynia P. Richard
159. Kenneth M. Smith
160. Claire S. Wellington
161. Tatia L. Williams Carson

1991
162. James H. Bernard
163. Arlene S. Brock (L.L.M.)
164. Kimberly S. Budd
165. Cassandra Q. Butts
166. Shannon J. Hales
167. David A. Hill (cum laude)
168. Juliette M. LaChapelle
169. Nicole Yvette Lamb-Hale
170. Kenneth W. Mack (cum laude)
171. Elizabeth W. Mannette
172. Ursula Dudley Oglesby
173. Kaye L. Pestaina
174. David A. Singleton (cum laude)

1992
175. Charisse Allene Carney-Nunes
176. Ahpaly J.G. Coradin
177. Anna Gelpern
178. Peggy Delinois Hamilton
179. Laura E. Hankins (cum laude)
180. Michelle E. Jones
181. Marcia L. Narine (cum laude)
182. Bruce V. Spiva
183. Patrick S. Thompson

1993
184. Valerie E. Mitchell Johnston
185. Spencer A. Overton (cum laude)
186. Francis Phillip (cum laude)
187. Stephanie E. Sowell
188. Keith H. Wofford

1994
189. Denise J. Casper
190. Catherine J. Dargan (cum laude)
191. Linda J. Dunn
192. Juny E. Francois (cum laude)
193. Raquiba N. LaBrie
194. Nygina T. Mills
195. Jonathan V. Newton
196. Lisa M. Peets (cum laude)
197. Stephanie Celeste Robinson
198. Richard H. Sinkfield, III (cum laude)
199. Lisa O. Stephenson
200. James Brexley Wyatt

1995
201. Antoinette Sequeira Coakley
202. Carol F. Crossdale
203. C. Andrea (Andie) Davis
204. Lisa M. Fairfax (cum laude)
205. Burt M. Fealing
206. Robert E. James
207. Michele D. Pinder Moorman
208. Nina M. Coleman Simmons
209. David A. Strickland
210. Eugene V. Wade, Jr.

1996
211. LaShanda D. Branch Chirunga
212. Reginald J. (Reg) Brown (cum laude)
213. Seletha R. Butler
214. Sasha A. Carbone
215. Monette P. Dawson
216. Reginald D. (Reggie) Hedgebeth (cum laude)
217. Ketanji Onyika Brown-Jackson (cum laude)
218. Andrea R. Kilpatrick (cum laude)
219. David A. Morgan
220. Colin D. Pennycooke
221. Patience R. Singleton Roach
222. Njeri I. Mathis Rutledge
223. Kandance S. Weems Norris

1997
224. Ericka N. Alford
225. Donna M. Chambers (cum laude)
226. Sulee J. Stinson Clay
227. Tracy-Elizabeth Clay (magna cum laude)
228. Ernest B. Fenton
229. Miriam S. Gohara (cum laude)
230. Felicia A. Henderson (cum laude)
231. April F. Savoy
232. Paige A. Scott Reed (cum laude)
233. Rob T. Simmelkjaer, II (cum laude)
234. Carter M. Stewart
235. Diana D. Suber
236. Stephanie Denise Barnes Taylor

1998
237. Precious M. Anderson Scott
238. Roger A. Fairfax, Jr. (cum laude)
239. Earl G. Matthews
240. Aisha S. Christian Royall (cum laude)
241. Tonya T. Robinson
242. Charmaine L. Slack

1999
243. Arianne N. Callender
244. Willie Evans
245. Pauline M. Fischer
246. Danielle R. Holley-Walker
247. Wendelyn P. (Wendy) Killian
248. Kami N. Chavis Simmons

2000
249. Winsome G. Gayle
250. Kwame J. Manley
251. Aurore Y. Victor
252. Te-Mika S. Warner

2001
253. Paula Howell Anderson
254. Medina Senghore Collie
255. Tiffany P. Cunningham
256. Malik R, Dahlan (L,L,M,)
257. George W. Flowers
258. Tahmika R. Ruth Jackson
259. Raheemah F. Abdulaleem Karim
260. Daniele M. Jean-Pierre
261. George D. Medlock, Jr.
262. Eboni S. Nelson
263. Zarifa M. Brown Reynolds
264. Benjamin A. pencer
265. Adrienne N. Hunter-Strothers

2002
266. Tanya Lane
267. Isabelle Sajous

2003
268. Vonnetta L. Benjamin
269. Joi Olivia Chaney
270. Sean R. Coutain
271. Jeremiah T. Gordon
272. Bernice A. Grant
273. Cytheria D. Jernigan
274. Carlotta D. King
275. Bridgette N. Thornton-Richard

2004
276. Cynthia A. Alexander
277. Jamila K. Alexander
278. Stacey D. Austin
279. Marsha McIntyre Bailey
280. LaKeytria W. Felder
281. Crisarla S. (Cris) Houston
282. Shirley Jean
283. Kia D. Sears
284. Theresa G. Therilus
285. Nakia T. White

2005
286. Afia K. Asamoah
287. Pamela M. Bradshaw
288. Bettina L. Clark
289. Taj J. Clayton
290. Jennifer A. Gray
291. Joanne Jackson
292. Kevin C. Jones
293. Walter J. T. Mosley
294. Saratu G. Nafziger
295. Danice L. Woodley

2006
296. Danielle Allison
297. Courtney Anderson
298. Martin S. Bell
299. Joe Carrol
300. Jenée Desmond-Harris
301. Kelly Gardner
302. David Gaston
303. Jennifer House
304. DeLana Jones
305. Dana King
306. Berta A. Matos
307. Sanetta Ponton
308. Mandy Price
309. Amber Aubry Quarles
310. Louis Sterling
311. Esther Haley Walker
312. Delisle Warden
313. Brandie Weddle

2007
314. Natalie Scurry Alston
315. Saba Bireda
316. Robert P. Boxie III
317. Salina Wyant Canoy
318. Heather Souder Choi
319. Chris Drake
320. Amanda K. Edwards
321. Antonia Floyd
322. Melanie Forbes Goins
323. Erika Jungblut
324. Kawana T. King
325. Diane Lucas
326. Byron McLain
327. Chartey Quarcoo
328. Matt Saunders
329. Cole Wiley

2008 — check
330. Yared Alula
331. Heather Byrd Asher
332. Alanna Buchanan
333. Joanna Bettis Craig
334. Matthew Craig
335. Stephen Friend
336. Alissa Jijon (cum laude)
337. Edward Keith
338. Morgan Kenner
339. Justin Lee
340. Lauren Manning
341. Montrel McKay
342. Deanne Millison
343. Stacey R. Moore
344. Kelley Coleman Nduom
345. Maru Opabola
346. Cynthia Pullom
347. Danielle Simmons
348. Pascale M. Thomas

2009
349. Shahira Ali
350. Adora Asonye
351. Diana Banks
352. Joana Florez
353. Danielle M. Foreman
354. Abena A. Mainoo (cum laude)
355. Mary Makary
356. Venice Monagan
357. Calida A. Motley
358. Nnamdi Okike (cum laude)
359. Jay A. Osha
360. Brittany Owens
361. Joseph Smalls
362. Claire Stewart
363. Javius C. Wynn

2010
364. Ashley M. Bryant
365. Gina Clayton
366. Heather Cobb
367. Katrina Copney
368. Tracy Ebanks
369. Valarie Hogan
370. Morgan Kennedy
371. Ashley R. Moore
372. Robyn G. Morris
373. Alicia M. Reed
374. Portia Rosemond
375. Casselle Smith
376. Victoria Smith
377. Alana C. St. Aude
378. Talhia Tuck

2011
379. Lindsay Marie Heck (cum laude)
380. Ashley Manning Foxworth

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2 thoughts on “380 Black Attendees’ Honors”

  1. none of your business said:

    Dear Harvardlawcaveman (or may be you should properly call yourself “Coward”? who if you comments are indeed correct should be happy to have your name published below them as you have taken it upon yourself to publish names from a private attendee list, my comments I attach for you as I made to your fan Mindy on the sub-page post to this article):

    Mindy, your comment reflects your lack of intelligence. Study after study has shown that these tests are biased. I did not “concede” white superiority. The test that determines who is “smart” and who is not smart was created by the heirs of a class of whites who were so stupid and inadequate they could not succeed on their own accord and had to use slavery and exploitation to get by. Yet the same heirs of the unjustified and undeserved wealth, ownership and white privilege created on the backs of others using barbaric means such as slavery, now have the balls to use a “test” they created and can super-engineer to make sure a certain segment of society scores higher (affluent whites) on to divert privilege and ownership back to their own kind.

    Poor form chap to suggest that there was any need to refute the proposition that whites are superior. The fact that you people need a website attacking blacks who succeeded in getting better educational credentials than you could reflects the anger, desperation and hopelessness you people feel because you are losing your undeserved wealth, privilege and power and will not longer in about 25 years be in the majority in the US or the super majority power group.

    As far as grades are concerned, it is idiotic to suggest the process is “blind.” Nothing is blind in this country from grades at white institutions to treatment and advancement in white corporations. As usual, you people do not play fair and need to give yourself unfair advantages and promotions you do not deserve. Professors, for instance” can give whole point grade increases for “participation” taking a student from a B to an A . Obviously, a white male professor will relate to a white or white male student actively encouraging his participation and brilliant insights. A black student does not receive the same positive support and feedback. Might I say that the atmosphere is hostile at times.

    So rather than waste any more of my evening on you, I will leave it your pathetic feeble white minds to cling to the notion of your own superiority as I know you people cannot function without the need to feel superior as a race. It is quite possible because you are not superior and the rest of the world is taking their power back and putting you people in your places?

    Desperation feels uncomfortable doesn’t it as you lose “your” country. Maybe you can join the Anti Obama statehood movement in separating from America.

    Good bye and cannot say I will be sorry to see you get on a boat and go.

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