Cynthia Hager and Kailyn Hutchins, both current students at Elon University School of Law, have been selected by the Greensboro Bar Association’s Scholarship Committee as the recipients of the organization’s inaugural Academic Scholarship. The newly created GBA Academic Scholarship, which will be awarded annually, is intended to financially assist two (2) 2L Elon Law students who demonstrate academic responsibility, a passion for community involvement,
and a personal connection to Guilford County.
Cynthia Hager relocated to Greensboro in 2020 to attend Elon Law. In addition to her legal studies, she currently serves as a member of Elon Law’s Innocence Project, a clinician in the AARP Tax Clinic, as president of Elon Law’s Family Law Society, and is a Guardian ad Litem here in Guilford County. Cynthia has family in the Triad area and plans to remain local following her December 2022 graduation from law school.
Kailyn Hutchins is an alumna of North Carolina A&T State University where she graduated with the highest academic honors (summa cum laude). She currently serves as the President of Elon Law’s Innocence Project, is a teaching assistant to one of her law professors, and is also a Guardian ad Litem here in Guilford County. Following graduation in December 2022, Kailyn intends to remain in the area and continue serving the people of Guilford County and the surrounding counties.
Cynthia and Kailyn will each be presented with a scholarship check in the amount of $2,500 at the GBA’s April 21st meeting.