“When I went to law school, I realized how lucky I was to go to Dickinson and gain such a solid foundation in critical thinking. If I can give even a little back today through the Dickinson Fund to help support scholarships or enhance facilities for current students, I think it’s the least I can do.”
Fell in love with Dickinson during a rainy-day visit. MAJORED IN AMERICAN STUDIES, PLAYED ON THE MEN’S SOCCER TEAM AND ENJOYED SPRING DAYS ON MORGAN FIELD HANGING OUT WITH FRIENDS. Became a sales representative for International Paper after graduation. Found that his broad and deep liberal-arts education helped him think creatively to make sales during the recession. Earned a J.D. from Temple University Beasley School of Law. Appreciates his Dickinson education even more today in the midst of working a two-year stint as a clerk for two federal judges before taking a position with the international law firm Morgan, Lewis & Bockius.
Published January 1, 2015