First-year law students rolled up their sleeves to apply what they learned during fall semester in a real-life collaboration with 60 practicing lawyers working a fictional case.
Sara Dickson wants to play a role in the national movement on health care reform. She chose Quinnipiac to help get her there.
Natasha Rodriguez comes from a family of engineers and medical professionals, but felt a calling to pursue a career in patent law.
When defense budget cuts came down in 2013, former U.S. Marine and security management expert Brad Davis was left looking for a new career. He chose Quinnipiac to jumpstart the next chapter in his life.
Chris Klepps’ career as a semi-professional baseball player gave him a competitive edge in practicing law.
Having a friend in Hollywood first led Pamela Jones to the field of entertainment law. Now the School of Law alumna is sharing her expertise with QU law students.
Alicia Kinsman JD '10 has a reputation - that she uses the law to help her community and change lives.
Public Interest Law Project (PILP)
The Public Interest Law Project (PILP) supports students interested in providing quality legal representation for underrepresented individuals and communities.
Law professor Robert Farrell is known among his students for his enthusiastic manner of teaching and also for his twice-yearly Irish sing-alongs.
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