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Friday, October 18, 2013

Oct. 17 Boyd Briefs Now Available

The Oct. 17 edition of Boyd Briefs is now available.

This week's issue features Associate Professor of Law Fatma Marouf; student Dawn Hathaway Thoman; and alumni Tera Hodge '09, Jennifer Carr '06 and Angela Morrison '05.

Professor Marouf co-directs the Immigration Clinic, and will return to India to lead the winter session program where she will assist Boyd students in designing their own experiential research projects.

After Hathaway Thoman donated her time and talent to a variety of community organizations, she joined the Boyd School of Law. Since, she was awarded the Outstanding Student of the Year award for her work with the Kids' Court School.

After attending the Boyd School of Law, Hodge, Carr and Morrison returned to serve the law school community. Hodge is the Judicial Clerkship & Public Interest Coordinator. In this position she provides guidance to students seeking judicial clerkships and advises the recipients of the Public Interest Fellowships. Carr now directs the Academic Success Program, helping first-year students acclimate to law school and preparing graduates for the bar exam.  She has also taught legal analysis, remedies and criminal law. Morrison currently teaches employment discrimination, immigration law, and in the Immigration Clinic at Boyd.