Roberta Cooper Ramo, ’67, Receives American Law Insitute's Distinguished Service Award

Roberta Cooper Ramo Receives Distinguished Service Award

The Distinguished Service Award was presented to Roberta Cooper Ramo of Modrall Sperling on Tuesday, May 23 by ALI Director Diane P. Wood. The award is given from time to time to a member who over many years has played a major role in the Institute as an institution, by accepting significant burdens as an officer, Council member, committee chair, or project participant and by helping keep the Institute on a steady course.

Ramo has been an active member of ALI for more than 30 years. Elected to the Council in 1997, she served as First Vice President before being elected the first woman President of the Institute in 2008.

During her nine years as President, she brought a focus on diversity to ALI’s membership and Council election process, effectively bringing more women, minorities, and breadth of practice to the organization. As President, she is also credited with inspiring confidence and participation from all members of the Institute and collegiality through some of the most complex and controversial project discussions.

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