As a 13-year professional firefighter, Dawud W. Amin has witnessed tragedy up close. One particular call inspired him to act on his beliefs and pursue a law degree.
An engineer turned attorney, Michael Miller tackles pressing environmental issues for a Connecticut firm with a global reach. His Quinnipiac legal education offered crucial training ground.
Having a friend in Hollywood first led Pamela Jones to the field of entertainment law. Now the School of Law alumna is sharing her expertise with QU law students.
Chris Klepps’ career as a semi-professional baseball player gave him a competitive edge in practicing law.
Alicia Kinsman JD '10 has a reputation - that she uses the law to help her community and change lives.
Law students offer expertise in Nicaragua
The Quinnipiac group offered legal advice and completed a service project.
Public Interest Law Project (PILP)
The Public Interest Law Project (PILP) supports students interested in providing quality legal representation for underrepresented individuals and communities.
Law professor Robert Farrell is known among his students for his enthusiastic manner of teaching and also for his twice-yearly Irish sing-alongs.
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