Supported by the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (NAPIA) and the Paul Cordish Memorial Fund, this competition is intended to spur legal research in the field of insurance adjusting by awarding three different prize categories and values (first place, second place, and third place) to three University of Maryland Law School student entrants who write the best papers on an issue related to insurance law: ethical issues and/or legal issues related to the public adjusting profession. PK Law attorney, and NAPIA General Counsel, Brian S. Goodman, was proud to present the awards.
Congratulations to the 2013 winners:
1st – Brett Baulsir
2nd – John Glass
3rd – Matthew Kent
(From left to right: Brett, John, Matt, Dean Phoebe Haddon, Brian S. Goodman, Esq.)