CLOC Announces 2020/21 National Scholarship Winners

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SAN JOSE, CA, March 26, 2020 — CLOC is pleased to announce and congratulate the winners of its 2020/21 National Scholarship program.  We received an outstanding set of applications from graduate degree scholars across the country who demonstrated an interest in the business of managing in-house legal department operations and driving the evolution of legal service delivery models.  A scholarship committee comprising several of CLOC’s Regional Leaders carefully reviewed each application based on scholastic achievement, extracurricular activities, leadership abilities, academic and personal goals, and an essay summarizing educational goals and future career plans. 

CLOC is proud to introduce the ten recipients for this year: Genevieve Antono, Joel Crank, Robin Goldberg, Rachel Garcia, Alexis Henley, Quincy Jallah, Phenix Kline, Cheron Mims, Katy Murson, and Yuanyuan Zhang. Please visit to learn more about each of these recipients.  Each winner will receive a financial award towards tuition expenses, a one-year membership to CLOC, and mentorship from the CLOC regional leadership in their area. 

Universities represented include the University of Colorado Law School, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, George Washington University, University of Oklahoma College of Law, Brigham Young University, J. Ruben Clark Law School, Northeastern University School of Law and more. 

About the CLOC National Scholarship Program 

CLOC Scholarships have been awarded by CLOC since 2016 and have provided more than $210,000  to outstanding students. members. This year, the program awarded $60,000 in scholarships to ten recipients. 

About Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC)

CLOC is 501(c)6 non-profit professional association.  CLOC’s mission is to help legal operations professionals and other core corporate legal industry players (e.g. tech providers, law firms, LPO’s, law schools, etc.) to optimize the legal service delivery models needed to support the needs of small, medium and large legal departments.