Julia Truong, North student, receives Minnesota Law Day honors

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Julia Truong, North student, receives Minnesota Law Day honors

Julia Truong is honored by two Ramsey County judges: left, Judge Jessica Palmer-Denig of the Office of Administrative Hearings; right, retired Ramsey County District Judge Diane Alshouse. (photo: J. Simms)

Julia Truong is honored by two Ramsey County judges: left, Judge Jessica Palmer-Denig of the Office of Administrative Hearings; right, retired Ramsey County District Judge Diane Alshouse. (photo: J. Simms)

Julia Truong is honored by two Ramsey County judges: left, Judge Jessica Palmer-Denig of the Office of Administrative Hearings; right, retired Ramsey County District Judge Diane Alshouse. (photo: J. Simms)

Julia Truong is honored by two Ramsey County judges: left, Judge Jessica Palmer-Denig of the Office of Administrative Hearings; right, retired Ramsey County District Judge Diane Alshouse. (photo: J. Simms)


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North sophomore Julia Truong was recognized for her contribution to the Minnesota Law Day essay/art contest at a reception at the Ramsey County Courthouse.

Julia’s entry was a painting which highlights the importance of the First Amendment, which guarantees the right to free speech.

Also on hand to honor Julia were her family members, including brother Tony Truong, a North freshman.

Guests and honorees even got to enjoy a delicious decorated cake made by Ramsey County Commissioner Victoria Reinhardt!

Congratulations, Julia!