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Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez recognized local law school students during a recent ceremony held in celebration of African-American History Month.

Alvarez honored Adenike Adubifa, currently attending DePaul University Law School and Andrea Williams, a student at Loyola University School of Law.

The law school students were recognized for their exemplary performance as law clerks with the States’ Attorney’s Office.

State’s Attorney Alvarez recognized the students during the 25th Annual C.F. Stradford Awards Ceremony, which was held on February 18th at the Parkway Ballroom in Chicago.

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