Moore & Van Allen announces recipient of UNC Chancellor's Scholarship
Moore & Van Allen is pleased to announce that Matthew Blake Huffman, a second year University of North Carolina Law student from Salisbury, is the recipient of the Moore & Van Allen Chancellor's Scholarship for the current academic year.
Huffman received his undergraduate degree from University of North Carolina in Business Administration, with highest distinction, in 2004. He is a member of the North Carolina Law Review, co-chair of the faculty affairs academic committee and co-president of the Lambda Law Students Association. In 2007, Huffman worked as a law clerk in the office of the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia.
The Moore & Van Allen Chancellor’s Scholarship was established during the University of North Carolina’s Bicentennial Campaign, and is a fully endowed partnership between Moore & Van Allen and the University of North Carolina School of Law. The Chancellor's Scholarships are given in recognition of exemplary academic achievement and demonstrated leadership ability. This is the 13th year the Moore & Van Allen Chancellor's Scholarship has been awarded.
"With 70 of our 300 attorneys being graduates of the University of North Carolina School of Law, the relationship between Moore & Van Allen and the University is a great asset to our firm," said Jim Hovis, managing member of the firm’s Charlotte office and University of North Carolina Law alumnus. "We are proud to be supporters of the University and look forward to building on our long-standing relationship."
Moore & Van Allen was founded in 1950, and has offices in Charlotte and Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, and Charleston, South Carolina.