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Alana Seixas ’18 receives Garrison Social Justice Scholarship

Apr. 7, 2016—Seixas will receive scholarship and stipend support during her second and third years of law school to support her preparation for a career in social justice advocacy.

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Michael Moore ’17

Mar. 21, 2016—As a student athlete who consistently made the Dean’s list at Xavier University while playing Division I baseball, Michael Moore found himself well-prepared for the rigors of the law school workload. “Baseball is a year-round sport. At Xavier, if I wasn’t in class, I was working out, practicing or playing games,” he said. “In law...

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Steve Nuyts ’15

Nov. 23, 2015—Associate, Baker & McKenzie, Brussels, Belgium

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Mariana Briceno ’15

Nov. 6, 2015—After earning her J.D. at the Central University of Venezuela in 2011, Mariana Briceno joined Baker & McKenzie’s Caracas office, where she worked as a junior associate in the firm’s mergers and acquisition group. Briceno had interned at Baker & McKenzie and at Citibank during law school, and she liked her work supporting local and...

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Ricky Hernandez ’17

Nov. 5, 2015—“Coming to Nashville was a turning point for me. I liked the town, the school and the people I met here."

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Jorge Saucedo LL.M. ’15

Oct. 29, 2015—“Being a foreign lawyer first and then a law student in the U.S., I felt like I lived the complete American law school experience.”

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Kyle Lyons-Burke ’17

Jul. 16, 2015—“Everyone here is insanely nice. Vanderbilt is a close, connected and special place.”

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Lawrence Crane-Moscowitz ’16

May. 5, 2015—After Larry Crane-Moscowitz earned his degree in economics at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, he accepted a job as an analyst with Goldman Sachs, assigned to a team that managed the firm’s liquidity and collateral around the globe. “We managed the firm’s funding on a day-to-day basis,” he said. “I thought I would work...

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Caroline Cecot ’14

Apr. 29, 2015—J.D./Ph.D. in Law & Economics

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Monique Hannam ’15

Apr. 28, 2015—Winner, 2015 Nagareda Prize for best scholarly paper focusing on litigation

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Vidhi Sanghavi Joshi ’15

Oct. 10, 2014—Garrison Public Interest Fellow, Southern Center for Human Rights; Justice-Moore Family Public Interest Scholar

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Stan Onyeador JD/MBA ’17

May. 23, 2014—Summer 2016, Cravath Swaine & Moore, New York

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Daniel Hay ’15

May. 20, 2014—Wade Scholar; Editor in Chief, Vanderbilt Law Review

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Mary Nicoletta ’15

May. 7, 2014—“My job enabled me to see universities all over the country, and my visit to Vanderbilt was the reason I applied to VLS.”

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Samiyyah Ali ’16

May. 6, 2014—“I feel really engaged in the classroom, and I enjoy being called on—it’s your chance for feedback.”

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Annie Musacchio Croslow ’16

May. 5, 2014—“At community events, I’d also run into Vanderbilt Law students who loved the school.” A visit to Vanderbilt cinched her choice.

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Robin Frazer McGuffin ’15 (BA’12)

May. 2, 2014—Robin Frazer McGuffin has known she wanted to be a lawyer since she was 14. Vanderbilt Law School became one of her top choices as soon as she entered Vanderbilt University as a freshman in 2008. “Vanderbilt had the southern connection, the proximity to Kentucky and outstanding academics, and I was struck by the beautiful...

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Shee Shee Jin ’16

May. 1, 2014—2014 Summer Associate, Keller and Heckman, Washington, D.C.

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Samara Shepherd ’15

Apr. 28, 2014—“I really like the culture at Vanderbilt. I knew I could spend three years here and then remain a part of this community once I graduated.”

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Kendra Key ’15

Apr. 25, 2014—“I’m choosing courses based on the professor and by areas of law that interest me and cover things I’d love to learn.”

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Alex Ellman ’15

Apr. 25, 2014—“Vanderbilt has a really strong reputation for job placement, which was one of my primary concerns.”

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Charlie Jones ’15

Apr. 25, 2014—“I consider myself very loyal to this institution, so I really liked the idea of beginning my career with two Vanderbilt degrees.”

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Bri Rizzo ’14

Oct. 16, 2013—Bri Rizzo first became interested in intellectual property in a philosophy class she took while earning her B.A. in government at the University of Virginia. “I had never really thought about the idea of intellectual property—the idea that you could preclude others from using something intangible, and that you could make a living doing that,”...

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Michael Joshi ’14

Jul. 16, 2013—Notes Editor, Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law

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Will Marks ’14

Mar. 13, 2013—Will Marks discovered his talent for effective advocacy during grade school. “I thought my bedtime was too early, so I listed all of the reasons why I should get to stay up later on a note card and presented my argument to my parents,” he recalled. Marks not only won his case, but his mother...

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