Patricia Crauwels receives Judge John M. Scheb Professionalism Award

Patricia Crauwels receives Judge John M. Scheb Professionalism Award

12th Judicial Circuit Court Judge Andrea McHugh, right, presents the Scheb Inn of Court Annual Professionalism Award to Patricia D. Crauwels.

The Sarasota chapter of the American Inn of Court has awarded Patricia D. Crauwels with its annual Judge John M. Scheb Professionalism Award.

The Judge John M. Scheb Professionalism Award is given annually to a Sarasota County attorney who exemplifies professionalism in his or her day-to-day practice. The recipient is selected by secret ballot of the Masters of the Judge John M. Scheb American Inn of Court.

Crauwels is a Florida Bar board certified specialist in civil trial law. She has tried over 100 jury trials and was inducted as a fellow into the invitation-only American College of Trial Lawyers in 2016, an honor limited to 1% of lawyers in any state or province. Crauwels practices in the areas of personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, and construction defect cases and contributes her time to charities including the Special Olympics and Manasota BUDS, of which she serves as the chair.

The Judge John M. Scheb American Inn of Court was founded in 1991 by the late Judge John Scheb. One if its stated goals is to promote excellence in legal advocacy at the trial and appellate court levels. Recent recipients of the Judge John M. Scheb American Inn of Court Professionalism Award include Bill Partridge, Judge Stephen Walker, Drew Clayton, Kate Halvorsen, Ted Eastmoore, Bonnie Polk, Heather Byrd, Russ Snyder, David Wallace, and Leslie Telford.

Originally published at https://www.floridabar.org/the-florida-bar-news/patricia-crauwels-receives-judge-john-m-scheb-professionalism-award/

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