2017 Graduation Spotlights

November 14, 2018

Andee DeVore planned to go to medical school so she could help others heal, but in coming to law school she has found unexpected opportunities to help others heal through the use of her legal skills. Read More

Luke Bell will begin a clerkship with Judge Priscilla Owen on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit following graduation. Read More

Kathleen Meredith waited more than 10 years to come to BYU Law School, but she says it “was more than worth the wait.” Read More

Rachel Phillips discovered her interest in employment law through class and a variety of internships including an international internship in Australia, two internships with Utah judges, and working for a Salt Lake firm. Read More

Law school provided meaningful opportunities for graduating student Tanner Bean to discover his passion for trial work. Read More

A compelling tax law class from Professor Clifton Fleming inspired Daniel Chavez to apply for the IRS Chief Counsel program. Following graduation, he will return to a job with the IRS Chief Counsel’s Honors program. Read More

An unexpected experience exposed Madelyn Blanchard to the legal field and ignited a desire to be an attorney. Read More

Graduating student Bradley Rebeiro describes law school as an “enlightened sense of community.” He believes the sense of community he gained from BYU Law will provide confidence as he embarks on his career with Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll. Read More

“We have the opportunity at law school through internships, clinical alliances, and even our friendships to help those in need and inspire change,” said SBA President Laura Shrum. Read More