I was born in Madison, Wisconsin and have lived in New Mexico on the Navajo Reservation and in Albuquerque. I moved to Cincinnati at age 13 and graduated from Wyoming High School. I am an alum of the University of Cincinnati with BA in Classical Civilization. Prior to entering law school I spent a year as a runner at the Taft Law firm. I also Spent two years teaching English in France and have also taught French at UC as part of 2-year MA in French Literature and Language program.
Law school has changed me foundationally in three ways. My capacity to analyze and learn about the law in general is the most obvious. What was most unexpected was the knowledge about how much I enjoy being involved in community service events. Finally, my ability to work within and be a part of a group with both short and long-term goals has definitely increased.