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Judge John C Coughenour Financial Disclosure Reports for 2007, 2008, 2009 ; John C. Coughenour Best Oral Advocate Award created in 2007 by family, friends, former law clerks (TLR Note: Was Kevin Clune of Kerr & Wagstaffe involved in creating/contributing

The John C. Coughenour Best Oral Advocate Award was created in 2007 by family, friends, former law clerks and colleagues of Judge Coughenour to honor his move to senior status on the U.S. District Court and to celebrate his twenty-five years of service on the federal bench. This annual award honors Judge Coughenour’s dedication to improving the quality of trial practice, his commitment to trial lawyering and his many years teaching trial advocacy at the UW School of Law.  Source: http://www.law.washington.edu/news/ebriefs/May11/index.html

Photo of Gwen and Judge John C. Coughenour award Jason Sykes '11 for Best Oral Advocate

Jason Sykes, class of 11, won the Best Oral Advocate Ward at the mock trial competition presided over by Judge John C. Coughenour on May 12, 2011. This award was created in 2007 by family, friends, former law clerks and colleagues of Judge Coughenour to honor his move to senior status on the U.S. District Court and to celebrate his twenty-five years of service on the federal bench. This annual award honors Judge Coughenour’s dedication to improving the quality of trial practice, his commitment to trial lawyering and his many years teaching trial advocacy at the UW School of Law. Source@: http://www.law.washington.edu/Photos/Default.aspx?YR=2011&ID=Coughenour#3

 

Photo of The Coughenours present the 2008 John C. Coughenour Award in Trial Advocacy to 2L Megan Carper.

The Coughenours present the 2008 John C. Coughenour Award in Trial Advocacy to 2L Megan Carper.  Source: http://www.law.washington.edu/Photos/Default.aspx?YR=2008&ID=Coughenour#8

Judge John C Coughenour Financial Disclosure Reports for 2007, 2008, 2009 (Notice lack of disclosure of potential gift from “family, friends, former law clerks” )

2007 — please see @:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/74588564/John-C-Coughenour-Financial-Disclosure-Rep…

2008 — please see@:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/74588558/John-C-Coughenour-Financial-Disclosure-Rep…

2009 — please see @:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/74588555/John-C-Coughenour-Financial-Disclosure-Rep…

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