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Nola Garcia

J.D. Candidate, ’14 | Saginaw, MI
Saginaw Valley State University | Political Science
“My involvement with the Student Bar Association has allowed me to interact with students and faculty in a setting outside of the classroom, which has helped me to expand my network.”
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What is your experience with MSU Law?
MSU College of Law has a strong sense of community among the students, faculty, and staff. Even though the law school is located on a Big Ten Campus, the size of the campus is not overwhelming. The faculty is also a strong part of MSU College of Law because you can tell they truly love teaching and care about student success.

Describe your relationship with fellow classmates and faculty.
Generally, the students here at MSU College of Law support each other. If one of my friends happens to miss class, she knows that I will send her my notes and vice versa. This goes to show that students are not out to get each other at MSU College of Law. Everyone is working together towards a common goal—getting their JD and starting an amazing law career!

Tell us about your involvement in the Student Bar Association (SBA) and Moot Court. How have these organizations contributed to your education or employment?
My involvement with the SBA has allowed me to interact with students and faculty in a setting outside of the classroom, which has helped me to expand my network. The SBA has also allowed me to give back to the students of the Law College, whether by helping to run events that let students blow off steam, or by simply being available to answer questions from incoming students and 1Ls.

I will begin my participation on the Moot Court Board in the fall; however, I look forward to working with a tight-knit group of students who are passionate about appellate advocacy in a prestigious organization that is recognized across the country.


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