Legal Intern - U.S. Dep't of Health & Human Services
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CHI - Notre Dame - NYC - Penn Law
I serve as the President of the Penn Law Women's Association, Associate Editor of the Journal of Business Law, and as a Morris Fellow mentoring 1L students.
My pro-bono work has centered around the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and efforts in support of Penn Law's Domestic Violence Assistance Project.
“Go into the world and do well. But more importantly, go into the world and do good.” ― Minor Myers
State tax compliance requires a working knowledge of all of the jurisdictions where my clients are taxable. With legislative updates occurring nearly every day in some state, a large part of my role is researching these changes and identifying the potential impact on taxability and tax due.
Worked with a team of five other alumni to provide Misericordia with a research-based futures analysis of caring for the aging population of those with developmental disabilities. ND Impact Partners facilitates using business education to help the nonprofits, and this project specifically developed forecasting techniques for staffing and resource allocation.
During the one year MSA program, I took courses including Taxes and Business Strategy, Negotiation, and Accounting for Mergers and Acquisitions. My favorite class however, was Business Law: Property and Negotiable Instruments--just another confirmation that law school was in my future!
Notre Dame emphasizes a strong liberal arts background, so before I could even enter the business college, I studied Microeconomics, International Relations, Theology, and my favorite--Philosophy. I enjoyed the required courses so much that I picked up a Philosophy minor in addition to my BBA in Accountancy.
I worked with my student Alesha on increasing her sight word recall, speech fluency, and critical reading and writing skills. Tutoring Chicago is a non-profit organization that provides free weekly tutoring to approximately 500 econonmically disadvantaged students each week.