Fordham Law

Professor Jacqueline Nolan-Haley Receives Catholic Lawyer Award

October 02, 2013

Professor Jacqueline Nolan-Haley was named the recipient of the Charles Carroll Award by the Guild of Catholic Lawyers of the Archdiocese of New York. Named after the only Catholic patriot to sign the Declaration of Independence, the annual Carroll award recognizes a Catholic lawyer who has earned distinction in public service. Nolan-Haley received the award September 30 at Club 101 in New York City.

Nolan-Haley is Director of Fordham Law’s Conflict Resolution and Alternative Dispute Resolution Program as well as the Mediation Clinic. An expert in ADR and international conflict resolution, Nolan-Haley has served as Chair of the AALS Alternative Dispute Resolution Section, a Member of the New York State Court Alternative Dispute Resolution Project, and currently sits on the Mediation Ethics Advisory Committee of the New York State Unified Court System.

The Guild of Catholic Lawyers of the Archdiocese of New York presents the Charles Carroll Award annually to the Catholic lawyer who has earned distinction in the profession or in public service exemplifying integrity and the highest standards of professional conduct in the promotion and advancement of justice.

Past recipients have included Joseph McLaughlin '59, former Law School dean and judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit; John Feerick '61, Founder and Senior Counsel of the Feerick Center and former dean of Fordham Law; Robert Reilly ’75, Assistant Dean of the Feerick Center; and Charles Carberry ’76, Partner at Jones Day.