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  • Profile picture of Adam King

    Adam King

    I graduated from Mercyhurst University in 2013 and commissioned in the United States Army through my school's ROTC program. I served as a Field Artillery Officer with the 3rd Infantry Division and the 3rd Cavalry Regiment. I am currently a member of the Class of 2020 at Harvard Law.

  • Profile picture of Isaac Todd

    Isaac Todd

    Isaac graduated from Cornell University in 2011 with B.S. in Industrial Relations and commissioned as an armor officer in the U.S. Army. During his five years of active duty, Isaac served as a reconnaissance platoon leader, commanded a New Zealand Defense Force infantry rifle platoon, and conducted counter-terrorism operations in Afghanistan with U.S. special operations forces. Isaac lives in Chicago with his wife, Sophie, and is a JD/MBA candidate at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and Pritzker School of Law, class of 2019. He is passionate about supporting fellow veterans both during and after their military service.

  • Profile picture of Frank Broomell

    Frank Broomell

    Frank graduated from George Washington University in 2009 and commissioned in the Marine Corps through the PLC program. Frank served as an Intelligence Officer with a CH-53 squadron and a Marine Aircraft Wing. After leaving active duty, Frank earned a MPP from the Harvard Kennedy School (2015) and spent a year as a Congressional staffer. He is currently a member of the Class of 2019 at Penn Law, where he is the Editor-in-Chief for Law Review.

  • Profile picture of Stephen Hammer

    Stephen Hammer

    Stephen graduated from Princeton in 2009 with a degree in classics and earned a master’s in theology from Oxford in 2011 as a Rhodes scholar. From 2011 to 2015 he served as an infantry officer in the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division, deploying twice to Kandahar Province, Afghanistan. In 2018 he graduated from Harvard Law School.

  • Profile picture of Ali Kralick

    Ali Kralick

    Ali graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 2006.  She commissioned as a military intelligence officer and served in various intel capacities in the Army and the special operations community.  During her service, Ali deployed to Iraq twice, Afghanistan, and the Philippines.  Following her service, Ali obtained a JD/MPA from Campbell University School of Law and N.C. State University.  After graduation, Ali served as a judicial law clerk to Justice Cheri Beasley on the N.C. Supreme Court, and she is a member in good standing of the N.C. Bar.

  • Profile picture of Samuel Long

    Samuel Long

    Sam graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 2011. As a midshipman, he majored in Political Science and Law and was a baseball player throughout his four years. Following graduation, Sam commissioned in the USMC and became an Infantry Officer and Platoon Commander in Second Battalion, Sixth Marines, and Third Battalion Second Marines. In both units, Sam deployed in support of Humanitarian Assistance and Security Operations in PACOM. Following this tour, Sam accepted orders to Marine Corps Recruiters School for his B-Billet where he currently serves as the Deputy Director. He has a Masters of Science in Accounting and has been accepted to the University of Virginia Law class of 2022.

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    Thomas Persico

    My name is Thomas Persico, and I was commissioned in August 2017 as an officer and student judge advocate in the Marine Corps, after completing OCS-PLC Law. I graduated from Rutgers University-New Brunswick, in 2015, the Elisabeth Haub School of Law in 2018, with advanced certificates in Environmental Law and International Law, and will be returning to school to pursue an accelerated Master of Laws degree in Environmental Law in September 2018. In early 2019, I will be attending The Basic School, in Quantico, Virginia, and Naval Justice School thereafter.

  • Profile picture of Margaret Mullins

    Margaret Mullins

    Margaret Mullins starts at Georgetown Law as a part-time student in fall 2018. She is a graduate of Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School for Public and International Affairs and Georgetown's School of Foreign Service. She served as an intelligence officer in the U.S. Army for five years and is currently a Congressional staffer.

  • Profile picture of Blake Hansen

    Blake Hansen

    Blake Hansen joined Kline Alvarado Veio, P.C. following his public service to the United States as a team member of AmeriCorps, rebuilding the Southeast after Hurricane Katrina, working as an aide for two Senators in D.C., and four years of military experience as a captain in the Marine Corps. Blake brings his passion and determination developed in his public service experiences to work for his clients as an attorney in matters involving public finance transactions, real estate transactions, non-profit and 501(c)(3) formations, and general corporate transactions.  Blake earned his law degree from the University of Denver (2010) and his undergraduate degree from Colorado College (2005).

  • Profile picture of Kathryn Smith

    Kathryn Smith

    Kathryn (“Kate”) L. Smith is a Notre Dame lawyer. Her practice included some commercial litigation work in large firms, but she primarily worked in-house for large telecommunication companies. Before attending law school, she was an acquisition contracting officer in the Air Force after graduating with a B.S. in Engineering Management from the United States Air Force Academy.

  • Profile picture of Gene Hwangbo

    Gene Hwangbo

    Gene is currently a JD student at Northwestern Law c/o 2020. Following graduation from the United States Military Academy he served twenty years on active duty, including ten years overseas, as an Army infantry and civil affairs officer. Prior to law school, he was accepted as a Foreign Service Officer in the Public Diplomacy track.

  • Profile picture of J.C. Lundberg

    J.C. Lundberg

    J.C. graduated from the University of Washington School of Law in 2013. After spending a year doing LGBTQ policy work with Equal Rights Washington, he commissioned in the Navy Judge Advocate General's Corps. He is on active duty and currently stationed in Washington, DC. Before law school, J.C. earned an M.A. from Catholic University of America with a focus on bioethics.

  • Profile picture of Mark Siegmund

    Mark Siegmund

    Mark earned his B.A. in Finance from Texas A&M University in 2012 and soon after graduation, commissioned in the United States Marine Corps. While on active duty, Mark served as an Artillery Officer and completed two deployments. He also served as the logistics officer for the Jungle Warfare Training Center and Executive Officer for Battery B, 1st Battalion, 12th Marines. Mark is now a member of the Baylor Law School Class of 2019.

  • Profile picture of James Fitch

    James Fitch

    James commissioned in the Marine Corps following graduation from Taylor University in 2012. While on active duty, he held roles as Communication Officer for 1st Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment and as Director of the Communication Training Center in Camp Lejeune, NC. James will be leaving the Marine Corps in 2018 and attending Yale Law School as a class of 2021 JD Candidate.

  • Profile picture of Joseph Lillie

    Joseph Lillie

    Joe graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2009 with a BBA in Finance. After working for several years at an investment firm, he commissioned into the US Navy as a Surface Warfare Officer in 2013. His duty stations have included USS Laboon (DDG 58) and USS Zumwalt (DDG 1000). In the summer of 2018, Joe will transition into the US Navy Reserve and attend the JD/MBA program at Harvard University.

  • Profile picture of Crystal Pearl

    Crystal Pearl

    Crystal graduated from Stanford Law School with her JD in 2010 and the University of Southern California with her History BA in 2007.  She has been on active duty in the Marine Corps as a Judge Advocate since 2009.  Her secondary MOS is as a Japanese-speaking, Northeast Asian Foreign Area Officer.  She graduated from the Naval Postgraduate School with a MA in Security Studies in 2016.  She is an avid competitive pistol shooter and can can reimbursed for her time in .45ACP brass . . . j/k.

  • Profile picture of John Super

    John Super

    John earned his M.A. and B.A. in International Relations from Yale's Jackson Institute (2010) and the University of Connecticut (2008), respectively.  After commissioning as an Army Military Intelligence Officer through Officer Candidate School, John attended the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in England and spent two and a half years forward-deployed to the Republic of Korea.  John then transitioned to the Army Reserve and served as a Company Commander while working as a defense contractor in Washington, D.C.  John is a member of the Yale Law School Class of 2020.

  • Profile picture of John McGlothlin

    John McGlothlin

    John received his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law after nine years of active duty service, including deployments to Iraq with the 101st Airborne and Afghanistan with the 173rd Airborne.  He is now a lawyer at a non-profit law firm in Washington, D.C. focused on government transparency and a member of the D.C. National Guard.  His other experience includes teaching at the Virginia Military Institute, serving as a fellow for Sen. Joe Manchin III, and working as a speechwriter, columnist, and video game journalist.

  • Profile picture of Kenneth Meador

    Kenneth Meador

    Kenneth is a first-generation college student and a former high school dropout. He joined the Army in April of 2002. He served as an Army combat medic from 2002-2009 and completed three tours of duty in Iraq during that time. After leaving the military he became a Harry S. Truman Scholar in 2013, and graduated summa cum laude with his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and Constitutional Studies from the University of Oklahoma. He is currently a third-year law student at Boston University School of Law where he is a Public Interest Scholar and was selected as a 2016 Rappaport Fellow. Kenneth plans to use his law degree to become an advocate for Veterans, particularly in the area of Veteran’s benefits.

  • Profile picture of Tomo Takaki

    Tomo Takaki

    Tomo graduated from Tufts University in 2011 with a B.A. in International Relations and a minor in Arabic and commissioned from the MIT Army ROTC program as a Military Intelligence officer in the Army Reserve. He was deployed to Afghanistan from 2012 to 2013, and was mobilized to support the Office of Military Commissions from 2016 to 2017. In his civilian career, he received a M.A. in Security Studies from Georgetown University and spent a year as a New Sector Alliance AmeriCorps fellow at a nonprofit serving people with disabilities experiencing homelessness. He is a member of the Yale Law School class of 2020.