Awards and Recognition

Northern Kentucky University Degree of Juris Doctor May 11, 1975

The United States of America Southern District of Ohio admitted June 13, 1978

Outstanding Service in Promoting Human Relations: The Greater Cincinnati Region National Conference of Christians and Jews, Inc.  February 16, 1988

Black Lawyers Association of Cincinnati: Testimonial of Recognition of Successful Presidency of Cincinnati Bar Association 1988 -1989

Certificate of Membership - The National Bar Association

Ohio House of Representatives - A Resolution Honoring John H. Burlew III for his tremendous Record of Service to the Citizens of Ohio December 4, 1987

The Ohio Senate: A Resolution Honoring John H. Burlew for his Outstanding Service to the State of Ohio December 3, 1987

Guardian of the Constitution Recognition  1988

The Ohio Civil Rights Commission Commitment and Dedication to the Struggle for Equality February 28, 2001

Certificate of Appreciation - EEO Committee, Black Emphasis Program, Air Force Program, Det. 28, GE Company January 12, 1990

Federal Executive Association of Greater Dayton, Special Award for Outstanding Presentation at the 17th Annual Spring Seminar, presented by Dayton Inter Government Equal Employment Opportunity Council April 18, 1991

Recognition of Outstanding Service, Civic Commitment and Leadership within the Community - Mount Zion Methodist Church December 4, 1988

Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati, Inc., Ten Year Member 1989

The National Association of Bench and Bar Spouses, Inc. November 20, 1988

Black Lawyers Association of Cincinnati, Testimonial in Recognition of being the first Black President Of the Cincinnati Bar Association November 20, 1988

Recognition Award Salmon P. Chase College of Law, Northern Kentucky University October 14, 1989

The State of Ohio, Richard F. Celeste, Governor: Member of Ohio Civil Rights Commission April 21, 1987

The State of Ohio, George V. Voinovich, Governor: Member Ohio Civil Rights Commission September 10, 1996

The State of Ohio, Robert Taft, Governor: Chairman Ohio Civil Rights Commission