University of Richmond law student Jonathan Mark (L ’16) came to law school hoping to work in entertainment law. Now, thanks to strong networking skills and university funding, Mark is on a first-name basis with vice presidents from across the industry.
Dr. Ernesto Semán, a historian, novelist and former investigative journalist in Argentina, joined the Jepson School this fall as an assistant professor of leadership studies.
A jazz junky since childhood, Owen Hutchinson, ’13, spends his days forming relationships around music as a development manager for the Vail Jazz Foundation.
Antrell Tyson works on Capitol Hill for Congresswomen Frederica Wilson as the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Incorporated (CBCF) Science and Technology Fellow for 2014-16.
Kara Jonas, ’15, researched oral Latin and how speaking the dead language can impact an individual’s understanding.
A group of seven members of the Student Intellectual Property Association ventured up to Washington D.C. to hear oral arguments at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
If you don’t see Zach Chu, '15, on the floor much during Spider games, that doesn’t mean you don’t see his contributions.
Kimberly Leonard, ’09, a healthcare reporter for U.S. News & World Report, recalls her days working for The Collegian and her journey into journalism.
"I decided to get involved with the Immigration Assistance Program because it really seemed to touch on why I chose to apply to law school," Emma Hilbert, L' 15, said. "I wanted to help those who ordinarily wouldn't be able to afford representation gain access to the justice system."
Only in his third year, Jepson professor Julian Hayter has already earned a strong reputation as a sought-after, high-energy educator with an open-door policy who challenges students to use their skills to serve the community. He was selected to give this year's Last Lecture.