The 2022 Harris Powers & Cunningham Endowed Scholarship at ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law was awarded to Madisyn Puchebner.
Madisyn Puchebner has a B.S. in Biopsychology from Tufts University and graduated Mana Cum Laude. She originally planned to attend medical school, but she came to have a passion for public health systems and policies. During her time in law school, she has been a CALI Award Recipient, a Pedrick Scholar, a 2022 National Disability Law Appellate Competition Semifinalist, and an Airpark Signs & Graphics Scholarship Recipient. Madisyn is Vice President of the Disabled Law Students Association. She is a J.D. candidate for 2023 from ASU.
In her own words, “I would like to express my appreciation for your financial support—your contributions enable me to work towards making my goals a reality. I’m incredibly grateful and cannot wait to put my law school degree to use for work that I am passionate about!”
HPC is proud to help Madisyn towards her goals with this scholarship. We wish her continued success in the future.
This year, Kyle Gossier was awarded the Harris Powers & Cunningham Endowed Scholarship at ASU Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law.
Kyle graduated from Clemson University in May of 2020 with a degree in Marketing and Sports Communications. His goal is to use his law degree in the contractual side of sports law. He has operated his own business in the past, and will utilize that experience, along with his legal knowledge in the world of sports.
Kyle is in his first year of a combined JD/MSLB program. He is one of the representatives for The Sports Law and Business Organization.
HPC is proud to help Kyle towards his goals with this year’s scholarship. We wish him continued success in the future.
The 2020 Harris Powers & Cunningham Endowed Scholarship at the Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law was awarded to Loren Mudd.
Loren received her Bachelor’s in Liberal Arts from St. John’s College in Santa Fe. Loren shared with us that during her undergraduate work, she became passionate about the search for truth underlying the great books in the western cannon. Loren hopes to continue her search for moral truth by pursuing a career in public interest and advocating for others.
We wish Loren success as she continues her legal education, and are pleased we can help in some way with financial pressures so she can concentrate on her studies.
The 2019 Harris Powers & Cunningham Endowed Scholarship at the Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law was awarded to Pamela Rattinger.
After graduating summa cum laude from Pace University in 2016, Pamela worked as a paralegal in New York City for three years. She chose ASU for her law school primarily due to the Trial Advocacy Program, as her goal is to be a litigator. Pamela was grateful for the scholarship due to the out-of-state student expenses.
HPC is proud to help Pamela as she pursues her legal education. We wish her continued success!
The 2018 Harris Powers & Cunningham Endowed Scholarship at the Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law was awarded to Antoine Coetzee.
Please join HPC in wishing him success in his legal endeavors. Below is an excerpt from his thank you letter:
“ASU Law was always an attractive proposition for me as a student, with its curriculum and brand-new facility. However, were it not for your scholarship, I would not be here today. As an out-of-state student, your scholarship made ASU an affordable proposition, and for that I cannot thank you enough. I hope that one day I will be able to repay that debt of gratitude.”
Congratulations to Stephen Kaneshiro, who was chosen by ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law as our scholarship recipient for 2017. We wish him abundant success! Below is an excerpt from his thank you letter:
“I am honored and humbled to be selected as a recipient of the Harris Powers Cunningham Scholarship…. Thank you again for enabling access to a quality legal education. I’m inspired by your firm’s success, client advocacy and charitability, and will work to earn a place in the community which allows me to have the same impact on others.”