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Law School Inspiration: Student Stories from the Justice Pipeline

Law school students around the country are committed to making a difference by working on legal issues that matter to them. If you’re thinking about law school and wondering what the experience might be like for you, check out their stories.

Symone White
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Spearheaded Discover Law Day for 100 underrepresented students in Houston, letting teenagers experience “A Day in the Life of a Law Student.” Symone is a leader and mentor in the pipeline, and has won accolades for her activism.

Get Inspired: Symone’s Story
Savannah Chinski
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Was inspired to pursue the complex field of elder law after her father suffered a stroke. As the director of the Elder Law Pro Bono Project, she teaches the elderly—and young adults—about their legal options.

Get Inspired: Savannah’s Story
Johnanthony Alaimo
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Clerked in the LA District Attorney’s Office, where he sought justice for vulnerable populations through the Victim Impact Program. He won an argument before the court and was complimented by the judge.

Get Inspired: Johnanthony’s Story
Maria Jose Padilla
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Worked with leading attorneys and advocates in Colombia on behalf of LGBTQ communities. She learned how international law and human rights intersect in practice.

Get Inspired: Maria’s Story


Stephanie Fong
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Worked with the world’s largest antislavery organization on human trafficking and bonded-labor casework. She witnessed a real-life rescue operation along the way.

Get Inspired: Stephanie’s Story
Andrew Navratil
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Co-led a group of students who provided free legal services to low-income tenants over spring break.

Get Inspired: Andrew’s Story
Kirsten Jackson
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Worked pro bono at a women’s center in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania’s largest city, along with eight of her classmates.

Get Inspired: Kirsten’s Story
Katie Hawkins
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Chose law school to bridge the justice gap for low-income, rural families who want to adopt. She got to cross-examine witnesses in a trial.

Get Inspired: Katie’s Story



Law schools: Send inspirational stories about your law school students’ involvement in the justice pipeline to lawstories@LSAC.org.

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