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2012 Graduate Profiles

AMY BREWER

Amy Brewer will earn her degree from the University of Oregon School of Law on May 19, 2012. She is a Eugene, Oregon, native who followed her father's footsteps in pursuing a legal career. Watch »

BILL SPIRY

Arthur “Bill” Spiry will earn his degree from the University of Oregon School of Law on May 19, 2012. Spiry is 51 years old, born and raised in Mobridge, South Dakota, but has since moved to Springfield, Oregon, where he has resided for the past 12 years with his family. Watch »

CAROLYN NOON

Carolyn Noon of Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, will earn her degree from the University of Oregon School of Law on May 19, 2012. She will graduate with focus in the areas of Criminal Law and Child Advocacy. Watch »

JASON TASHEA

Jason Tashea, 27, of Anchorage, Alaska, will earn his degree from the University of Oregon School of Law on May 19, 2012. He has gained a wealth of knowledge throughout the past three years, and has been inspired by his teachers and colleagues. Watch »

KATE LENZSER

Katharine “Kate” Lenzser, 27, from Lake Oswego, Oregon, will earn her degree from the University of Oregon School of Law on May 19, 2012. She also will earn a certificate in Public Interest/Public Service. Lenzser is very passionate about Oregon Law. She wanted an affordable law school that seemed to have a close, supportive community of students and faculty. Her experience exceeded her expectations. Watch »

KIRA O’CONNOR

Kira O’Connor, 26, will earn her degree from the University of Oregon School of Law on May 19, 2012. O’Connor was born in Anchorage, Alaska, but moved to Kailua, Hawaii, before coming to Oregon Law. She will graduate with an area of focus in sports and entertainment law, and will earn a statement of completion in Intellectual Property. Watch »

KYLE SMITH

Kyle Smith will earn his degree from University of Oregon School of Law on May 19, 2012, with an area of focus in Environmental Law. Smith is 28 years old from Mendocino, California. Smith remembers choosing Oregon Law for the school’s collegial environment and the strength of the Environmental Law program. Watch »

SHEHN DATTA

Shehn Datta, 27, will earn her degree from the University of Oregon School of Law on May 19, 2012. She is originally from Berkeley, California, and will graduate with an area of focus in International Law. Datta chose Oregon Law for her legal education because of the sense of community and its support structure. While attending the university, she found that the faculty and her fellow students were most inspiring along her busy journey. Watch »

SOLA LEE

Sola Lee, originally from Anchorage, Alaska, will graduate from the University of Oregon School of Law on May 19, 2012. Lee chose Oregon Law because she wanted to be close to home, and since Alaska does not have any law schools, she knew it was the perfect fit. She was also lucky enough to receive a scholarship from the university. Watch »

STEPHANIE RUBSTELLO

Stephanie Rubstello will earn her degree from the University of Oregon School of Law on May 19, 2012. She is 25 years old from Woodinville, Washington. After completing her undergraduate degree in Los Angeles, California, Rubstello was ready to get back to the Northwest. She said she missed the laid back culture -- and the trees. Watch »

TAYLOR FUNK

Taylor Funk, 29, will earn his degree from the University of Oregon School of Law on May 19, 2012. He is from Idaho Falls, Idaho, and will graduate with an area of focus in Business and Commercial Law. Funk chose Oregon Law for his legal education because he loves the Pacific Northwest. He wanted to be a part of a large research institution, and was attracted to all of the different learning opportunities, such as the clinics and externships, that Oregon Law offers. Watch »

ZACHARY KLONOSKI

Zachary Klonoski will earn his degree from the University of Oregon School of Law on May 19, 2012. He is originally from Eugene, Oregon, and will graduate with an area of focus in Environmental Law. While pursuing his degree at Oregon Law, Klonoski was most inspired by his classmates and professors. Watch »


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