Howard Law Professor Awarded Highest Dispute Resolution Honor

The American Bar Association has awarded Howard University School of Law Professor Homer La Rue the 2020 D'Alemberte-Raven Award – the highest individual honor given by the organization’s Section of Dispute Resolution.

The award, named for Robert D. Raven and Talbot D'Alemberte, both of whom were American Bar Association Presidents and Dispute Resolution Chairs who shared a commitment to fostering the American Bar Association's leadership in dispute resolution, recognizes outstanding service in the field. La Rue is being recognized for his decades of outstanding service in the field, his ongoing commitment to diversity, contributions to the study and teaching of dispute resolution, excellence as a practitioner of mediation and arbitration, and his leadership in many dispute resolution organizations, including the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution.

La Rue will officially be recognized at the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution Awards breakfast April 24 in New Orleans, Louisiana during the Dispute Resolution Section Spring Conference.


Award Announcement