pre-law

INTERVIEW: KEESHEA TURNER ROBERTS, ADJUNCT CLINICAL LAW PROFESSOR/SUPERVISING ATTORNEY, HOWARD UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW’S FAIR HOUSING CLINIC

Originally from Lynchburg, Virginia, Keeshea Turner Roberts graduated in 1996 from Hollins University (formerly Hollins College), a women’s college located in Roanoke, Virginia. Prior to law school, Keeshea worked as a family/child caseworker and court advocate at the YWCA-Domestic Violence Prevention Program (DVPP) in Lynchburg, Virginia. DVPP’s mission is to…
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INTERVIEW: ABIGAIL SIA ’15, FORDHAM LAW 2L

Abigail Sia is a Long Island native and a current 2L student at Fordham University School of Law in New York City. She is the first in her family to pursue a graduate degree. At Hopkins, Abigail double-majored in International Studies and East Asian Studies and minored in Economics. Outside…
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INTERVIEW: PATRICK LYNCH (JHU ’12), LAW CLERK, SULLIVAN AND CROMWELL

Patrick Lynch was born in Cleveland, Ohio, but bounced from Ohio to Texas to England before finding himself on the Homewood campus. At Hopkins, he majored in International Studies and was co-captain of the men’s varsity swim team (go Hop!). After graduating in 2012, he received a Fulbright Scholarship to…
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INTERVIEW: LISA SPARKS, CONSTRUCTION LAW ATTORNEY

Lisa Sparks is a lifelong resident of Baltimore. She fast-tracked college and law school, beginning at CCBC while still in high school, graduating the University of Baltimore with a B.A. in Jurisprudence in 2005 and the University of Baltimore School of Law with a J.D. in 2007. She holds the…
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INTERVIEW: TOM PEDRONI (JHU ‘76), HEALTH LAW ATTORNEY

Tom Pedroni is a lifelong Baltimorean, having gone to high school, college at JHU and law school in Baltimore City. He considers this his greatest strength, but also at the same time his Achilles heel (not coincidentally Achilles is the name of his beloved dog). Tom has been married for…
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