Bethany’s Legal Studies program graduates are doing some exciting things. Several recent graduates provided updates on their progress in law school and careers.
Madison is in her final year of law school at St. Thomas College of Law in Minneapolis. Last summer, she was a law clerk for Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services. She was selected for this position through the Minnesota Justice Foundation’s fellowship to assist their Mankato location. Madison is currently a law clerk for the Juvenile, Protective Services, and Appeals Division in Dakota County, Minnesota. She appears in court as a certified student attorney for child protection and juvenile delinquency matters. When necessary, she also conducts legal research and drafts legal documentation for Assistant County Attorneys.
David is a second year law student at Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, Virgina. He recently completed a summer internship with the Virginia Court of Appeals, and before that, an internship with the North Carolina Supreme Court. This year, he is a Law Review staff editor and an associate member of Regent’s Moot Court Board. He is also serving as the Secretary for Regent’s Federalist Society Chapter.
Isabella Lattery ’21
Bella is a second year law student at St. Thomas College of Law in Minneapolis, and is currently ranked third in her class. She has been selected to serve as an editor on the Law Review journal committee.
Silas is in his final year at Notre Dame Law School. He recently accepted an offer to begin his legal career as an associate attorney at Larkin Hoffman in Minneapolis in their business litigation practice group in the fall of 2023. He spent the summer of 2022 as an associate at Larkin Hoffman. Silas also had an externship during the fall of 2022 in the St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office in South Bend, Indiana.
Ryana is currently in her final year at Thomas Jefferson School of Law located in San Diego, California. She began interning with the San Diego District Attorney’s office in December 2022. She has been awarded a criminal law fellowship, which is an honors program focusing on criminal law, and has been selected as a teacher’s assistant for rising second year law students in two sections of Property Law and one section of Criminal Procedure.