Brittany Deitch (JD 2017)

Case Writing Fellow, Harvard Law School

TU Law gave me a quality education that I would not have received at another school. Most importantly, the small size of the school made it easy for me to distinguish myself and pursue my individual interests. The faculty and administration know every student and are willing to help each one achieve his or her goals. In my case, the support of the school allowed me to pursue small and large goals that seemed ambitious to the point of absurdity. With their support, advice and encouragement, I am pursuing my goal of becoming a law professor. During law school, I published an article in a faculty-reviewed specialty journal. After graduating, I took the bar exam and began working as a fellow at Harvard Law School. Without the faculty and administration, I would never have been able to achieve what I have so far. I look forward to seeing what my future brings and I know that my professors and advisors do too.”

Positions & Honors During Law School:

Summer Associate, Lamb McErlane, West Chester, Pennsylvania
Judicial Extern, The Honorable Jane P. Wiseman, Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals
Teaching Assistant, Professor Johnny Parker (Constitutional Law II)
Research Assistant, Professor Russell Christopher

  • Treasurer, Paw Law (Animal rights advocacy student organization)
  • Treasurer, OutLaws (LGBT student organization)
  • Advanced to the Sweet 16 in the National Health Law Moot Court Competition
  • Access to Legal Education Scholarship
  • Owens Scholar
  • CALI Awards in Professional Responsibility, Criminal Law & Administration, Criminal Procedure: Adjudication, Constitutional Law II, Non-Profit Law, and Law & Literature

Deitch’s TU Law Top 3:

  1. TU Law has supportive and accessible faculty and administrators
  2. The small size of TU Law leaves opportunities for everyone to pursue their interests
  3. TU Law is affordable which keeps stress low

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