Alumni (Scholar)

Connor Sullivan

William C. and Frederick W. Whitridge Jefferson Scholar
Class: 2008
Hometown: Gates Mills, Ohio
Degrees:
B.A. University of Virginia (2008)
J.D. Yale Law School (2013)
Professional Sectors:
Administrative/Management
Law/Legal Services

University Judiciary Committee, chair, Arts & Sciences representative, Vice Chair for First Years, Executive Committee, First Year judge, First Year chair; Madison House, Tutoring Program; Arts & Sciences Council, First Year Representative; University Guide Service; University Democrats; Cavalier Daily columnist; Jefferson Literary and Debating Society, Best Probationary Presentation; Undergraduate Research Network, The Oculus, associate editor, Editing Committee, Formatting Committee; Principles of Community Committee; South Lawn Task Force; Monroe Society; Cavs ’04 Kerry, dorm captain; Phi Delta Theta, warden; Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award Committee; Distinguished Student Award Committee; National Society of Collegiate Scholars; Katherine Underwood Murray Scholarship; William H. Hill Jr. Award; William Maury Hill Scholarship in Economics; David A. Harrison III Undergraduate Research Award; Robert Kent Gooch Scholarship; Intermediate Honors; Raven Society, Award Committee, Fellowship Committee, College Selections chair, Scholarship Committee; Lawn Resident; Phi Beta Kappa; Dean’s List; Echols Scholar

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