All three of the legal project assistants (LPAs) currently working with Consortium chair Susan M. Wolf, JD, have received staff appointments for volume 101 of the Minnesota Law Review, an honor indicating high achievement in legal studies. Caroline Bressman and Lauren Clatch are assisting Prof. Wolf with research related to the newly-awarded LawSeq grant, while Stephen Maier is helping develop a grant proposal for the National Institutes of Health. Ms. Bressman is a graduate of St. Olaf College who is also clerking at Nichols Kaster this summer. Ms. Clatch graduated from Washington University in St. Louis and, in addition to her LPA work, is interning for Chief Judge John R. Tunheim at the U.S. District Court in Minneapolis this summer. Mr. Maier graduated from Boise State University, is a law clerk for Dennis J. Holisak, and serves as secretary of the University of Minnesota's Health Law and Bioethics Association. Congratulations to these law students on this well-deserved honor!
Friday, July 1, 2016