With commencement just around the corner on Saturday, May 14, CWRU School of Law is featuring a few of our outstanding graduating students.
What has been your favorite course at CWRU Law?
Discrimination in Employment, taught by Professor Sharona Hoffman. We got through a lot of really important subject matter, and Professor Hoffman kept the course updated with very recent developments in employment discrimination case law. I am grateful that as a result of this course I feel better prepared and knowledgeable about my rights as I enter the workforce.
What are your post-graduation plans?
Jury's still out on where I'm taking the bar, but I'm psyched to move to Milwaukee for a two-year clerkship at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. I am originally from Wisconsin and am looking forward to being back in the same state as all of my siblings.
What advice would you give to incoming first-year law students?
Do your best and forget the rest. You can only do what you can reasonably do, and that's enough. Everything will work out in the end.
Organizations & Achievements
I am a contributing editor on the Case Western Reserve Law Review and a member of Law for the Environment, Animals, and Food. During my time in law school, I have been awarded four CALI Excellence for the Future Awards for receiving the highest grade in Contracts, Torts, Civil Procedure, and Copyright Law. I have been recognized on the Dean's List, and my law review Note was awarded the Sindell Torts Prize for best essay in the field of torts.