Friday, September 1, 2017

We need your help! Join our LL.M. Alumni-Sponsored GA Campaign

LL.M. Alumni-Sponsored GA Campaign off to a great start!

Our Alumni-Sponsored GA Campaign has officially begun, and we're off to a big start thanks to donations from a number of Alumni & Friends of the LL.M. Program. We thank you for your generous support!

We still have a long way to go over the next 28 days. We are 30% toward our goal of $6,000, and we need your help! Please consider a gift to support the next generation of LL.M. Candidates.
Wondering how your dollars can help? Check out some of the bio's from this year's candidates serving as Graduate Assistants. Your dollars will help us bring standout Candidates, like those featured below, to Fayetteville.

If you've already donated, consider challenging others from your class to do the same.

In addition to supporting our project financially, please help us even further by sharing our project with your family and friends via email, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Please share this project link:

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This year, we are able to offer 5 Graduate Assistantships to outstanding candidates who applied to join us in Fayetteville. Each Candidate will contribute their time and skills to a project designed to enhance the important work being done in agricultural & food law. Help us continue the tradition by contributing to the Alumni Sponsored Graduate Assistantship Campaign today!

Andrii Trapizonian (Kyiv, Ukraine)
Masters in International Economic Law, Kyiv National Economic University
LL.B., with honors, Economics & Law Institute, Cherkasy National University
Sub-Lieutenant, Department of Military Training

Daria Kotova (Moscow, Russian Federation)
Recipient of the Russia-US Legal Education Foundation (RUSLEF) Fellowship
LL.B., National Research University Higher School of Economics, Faculty of Law
Member of Jessup Moot Court team, winning 1st place at the national rounds, top-20 in international rounds

Erika Dunyak (Cleveland, OH)
J.D., Case Western Reserve University
B.A., German and International Studies, with concentration in Global Environmental Sustainability, University of Dayton
Legal Extern with Sustainable Economies Law Center; Legal Intern and Research Assistant, Harvard Food Law & Policy Clinic; Sustainability Fellow with Office of Sustainability, Case Western Reserve University

Jamie Dickinson (Portland, OR)
Packaging & Labeling Specialist, Recreational Marijuana Program, Oregon Liquor Control Commission
J.D., University of Oregon School of Law
Staff Editor, Legallity Online Journal
Member, Law of Intellectual Property
B.S., Nutritional Sciences, University of Texas

Mary Susan Burns (Minneapolis, MN)
Attorney, Founder and President, Susan Burns LLC, Minneapolis, MN
Extensive experience in business law and business planning
J.D., Hamline School of Law
Hamline Law Review, Associate Editor
B.A. German, College of St. Benedict

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