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Lacy Durham

Lacy Durham is a Tax Manager at Deloitte Tax, LLP where she focuses primarily on employee benefits, executive compensation,...

Mary Cannon Veed

Mary Cannon Veed, from the Tort and Insurance Practice Section, has 30 years law practice in the US, the Netherlands,...

Michael Spekter

Michael Spekter, from the Law Practice Division, is an experienced and distinguished employment litigator. He has been representing government and...

Bill MacLeod

William MacLeod is a partner in the firm’s Washington, D.C. and Chicago offices and chair of the Antitrust and...

James Felman

James E. Felman has concentrated his practice of law in the defense of complex criminal matters and related civil...

Tia Hooper

Tia Hooper is the chief recruiting attorney for the Air Force Judge Advocate General Corps Captain and the  Young...

Megan Mallone

Megan Mallone is a University of Toledo College of Law graduate. She works in the military justice system as a...

David Rostker

David Rotzker is an Administrative Law attorney with expertise in the Paperwork Reduction Act, the Regulatory Flexibility Act (RFA),...

Barbara Gislason

Barbara is recognized globally as a visionary and pioneer in the field of animal law. She has worked with...

Bonnie Lutz

In 2015, Bonnie Lutz was named the Chair of the Animal Law Committee of the Tort Trial and Insurance...

Judge Bernice Donald

Judge Bernice Donald is currently serving on the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Donald has also...

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Fabiani Duarte

Fabiani Duarte is the chair of the American Bar Association’s Law Student Division and attends Mercer University’s School of...

Madison Burke

Madison Burke is the 12th Circuit Governor on the ABA’s Law Student Division Board of Governors and is attending...

The American Bar Association Law Student Division is free, and its members have the opportunity to join five additional ABA sections, divisions, or forums. But with 64 to choose from, which is the best entity for each law student’s career path? In this episode of The Law Student Podcast, Fabiani Duarte and Madison Burke interview leaders and representatives from a few of the 64 ABA sections, divisions, and forums. In this round robin format, each guest makes a two minute pitch explaining how law students can benefit from potential networking, education, and career path opportunities in the following:

  • Young Lawyers Division
  • Tort and Insurance Practice Section
  • Law Practice Division
  • Antitrust Law Section
  • Criminal Justice Section
  • Armed Forces Law Committee
  • Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Section
  • Animal Law Committee

Tune in and hear about the sections, committees, and divisions from passionate representatives and decide where your engagement in the ABA will take you!

Guests include Lacy Durham, 2015-2016 chair of the Young Lawyers Division, Mary Cannon Veed from the Tort and Insurance Practice Section, Michael Spekter from the Law Practice Division, Bill MacLeod, Vice Chair of the Antitrust Section James Felman, past chair of the Criminal Justice Section and Air Force JAG Corps Captain Tia Hooper from the Young Lawyers Division, Air Force JAG Corps Captain Megan Mallone, member of the Standing Committee on Armed Forces Law David Rostker, from the Section on Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice, Barbara Gislason, founder and first chair of the Animal Law Committee of the Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section, Bonnie Lutz, chair-elect of the Animal Law Committee, and Judge Bernice Donald, 6th Circuit Court of Appeals and incoming chair of the Criminal Justice Section.

Episode Details
Published: October 8, 2015
Podcast: ABA Law Student Podcast
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