Shortridge Judicial Wall of Fame



In 2009 Shortridge High School was declared
the I.P.S. Magnet School for Law and Public Policy.



A moot courtroom was created in the basement of the Shortridge Annex to allow students to practice their courtroom skills. And in 2011 the Class of 1965 contributed funds to furnish the courtroom in exchange for naming it
The William E. McAnulty Jr. Law and Public Policy Center
in honor of their classmate.

In 2013 the Shortridge Alumni Association began to honor other graduates that had risen to serve as judges on the bench. The years listed below indicate when these judges were honored by SAA and their portraits hung on the Judicial Wall of Fame in
The William E. McAnulty Jr. Law and Public Policy Center.