Jennifer graduated from the University of Nebraska Kearney in 2009 with a double major in Criminal Justice and Political Science. After spending almost two years working for the Department of Corrections/Department or Probation and Parole, Jennifer applied to law school and gracefully accepted a spot at the new Tampa Bay Campus of Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Jennifer is also a board member of the Criminal Law Society on the Tampa Bay campus as well as recently becoming a Lt. Governor for the 6th Circuit for the American Bar Association: Law Student Division.
Sienna graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in both Biomedical Sciences and Molecular & Microbiology. In her last year at USF, Sienna added a minor in Political Sciences to her degree. It was during this time that she realized her true passion for the law. As a former Miss Florida Teen USA, Sienna has learned the value of commitment, dedication, and determination. She intends to use her legal training for public service.
My name is Michael Schmiz. I am currently a third year student here at Cooley Law School in Tampa Bay. I work in the ARC as a graduate assistant. I am also a member of PDP, SIPLA, Law Review, and on the Grade Appeals Board. I look for forward to working with my fellow students to make their law school experience the best that it can possibly be.
Morgan, a Florida native, is a graduate of the University of Florida with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science. After graduating from UF, Morgan spent two years working in banking and three years working for a military contractor. Once at Cooley Tampa Bay, she became a founding member of the Native American Law Student's Association as well as the Criminal Law Society. Following graduation from Cooley, Morgan intends to practice in the area of Medical Law.
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Megan is a graduate of the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor's degree in Legal Studies. Megan has worked as a Florida Registered Paralegal for the Office of the Public Defender and in private law practices. While at Cooley, Megan was a founding member of the Native American Law Student's Association and the Criminal Law Society. After graduation, Megan will begin working for the State Attorney's Office in Brevard County, FL.