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I chose the legal profession later in life because I wanted a challenging and rewarding career where I could help people in unfortunate situations and help people plan in order to avoid those same circumstances in the future. I graduated from the University of Nebraska College of Law, receiving a Juris Doctorate with Distinction in 2010. I also hold a Master of Arts in Philosophy.
While in law school, I received CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Bankruptcy, Secured Transactions, Business Planning, and Native American Law Seminar. I also received the American Bankruptcy Institute Medal of Excellence and the American Law Institute/American Bar Association’s Scholarship and Leadership Award. I was also chosen as the first-place winner in the 2009-2010 American Indian Law Review Writing Competition, for his article “When Canons Go to War in Indian Country, Guess Who Wins?” Barrett v. United States: Tax Canons and Canons of Construction in the Federal Taxation of American Indians.” 35 Am. Ind. L. Rev. 211 (2010). In addition, I co-authored an article in The Nebraska Lawyer: John A. Lentz & David P. Lepant, When the Heart-Broken are Financially Broken: Divorce and Bankruptcy, 14 The Neb. Lawyer No. 3, 11 (March, 2011).
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