MLaw's LGBTQ Student Organization Since 1981
Anna is a 1L and Co-Chair of Outlaws. She grew up and went to undergrad in New England. After graduating, Anna spent time in New York, working first for a law firm and later for the American Civil Liberties Union. When she isn't listening to podcasts about the Supreme Court, Anna loves baking, mailing her friends postcards, and SCUBA diving.
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Mitchell is a 2L and the Gala Chair for 2017. After graduating from Vassar college with a degree in Greek & Roman studies and spending a summer trying his hand at archaeology, Mitchell turned his attention to the stars and spent three years working in television at the Syfy channel followed by a stint at LogoTV. Although he’s realized that his combination of charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent is best served in a court of law he couldn’t leave show business behind entirely and was featured on HGTV’s House Hunters International in 2017.
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Hunter is a 2L and the Outlaw's Treasurer. Although Hunter is originally from upstate NY, she has been a lifelong Michigan fan and Lake Michigan enthusiast. Hunter spent her 1L summer working at a firm in Providence. She enjoys baking cakes, drinking diet coke, and teaching friends how to work out in the IM building. Hunter looks forward to confusing the hell out of her classmates, as her identical twin sister will be starting her MPP at Ford in the fall.
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Joe is a 1L and our Academic Chair. Joe's a New Englander with a lot of love for the Midwest. In undergrad at Oberlin, he studied politics and economics and worked on the campaigns and in the offices of four LGBTQ politicians. After graduating, Joe moved home to the Boston area and worked for four years as an economist focused on transportation policy. When not studying, he's probably deep in his record collection, reading about politics or cars online, or, if he's lucky, sailing.
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Alex is a 1L and one of the Development Chairs for 2018. She grew up in Massachusetts, but spent the past five years in New Orleans. After graduating from Tulane, Alex worked at the Orleans Public Defenders office and as a bartender. She will be interning this summer with the National LGBTQ Taskforce in DC, and hopes to focus on queer issues throughout her career. Alex has a passion for glitter, Trader Joes, naps and candy. She is only attending law school as part of the long con to impress Judge Judy and become her lawfully wedded wife (shout out to Obergefell).
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Andrew is a 1L and Outlaw's Communications Chair. He grew in in New Mexico and went to school in Colorado, where he studied philosophy and Japanese. After graduating, Andrew earned his MA in neurophilosophy at Georgia State University and embarked on a Fulbright research grant to study psychopathy and criminal law in Germany. In his free time, Andrew can often be found experimenting with makeup and writing music.
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Joel is a summer start 2L and Co-Chair of Outlaws. He grew up in New York City but secretly loves LA. Before law school, Joel taught English in Japan, traveled abroad in Asia, then moved back to New York and worked as a gallery assistant for a contemporary art gallery on the Lower East Side. He has a passion for digital art, Memphis Design and LGBTQ history and slang.
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Michael is a 1L and the Gala Chair for 2018. He is Iowa born and raised, but went to the big city for undergrad at the University of Chicago. During his year before law school, Michael worked for a law professor in Chicago, researching genetics and Internet privacy law issues. Outside of law, Michael enjoys anything history-related (especially the Byzantine Empire), watching professional tennis, and playing classical and Middle Eastern music on the oboe and duduk.
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Jacob is a 2L at Michigan law and the Social Chair. He graduated with a bachelors in Sociology from Brigham Young University. While at BYU, Jacob was involved with USGA (the Provo, Utah Outlaws equivalent). He served on the USGA board as the activity chair. Jacob spent his 1L summer as a judicial intern in the Bay Area. And while he always misses the weather in California, Jacob is excited, elated and enthused to be back in Ann Arbor and serving on the Outlaws board this year. Go Blue!
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Chloe is a 1L and the Pro Bono Chair. She was born and raised in the San Francisco fog, and traitorously went to undergrad in Los Angeles. Before law school, Chloe spent two years teaching English in Austria, where many still recount the tale of her narrowly avoiding being run over by a group of her students. Chloe enjoys playing basketball, eating Korean food, and watching cat videos on the Internet.
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Sean is a 1L and one of the Development Chairs for 2018-2019. Originally from Arizona, he graduated with a degree in political science from Whitman College in Walla Walla, WA where he wrote an honors thesis on the U.S. v Windsor Supreme Court decision.. Before law school, Sean lived in Washington, DC for three years working as a paralegal at the U.S. Department of Justice. In his free time, he enjoys exploring Ann Arbor's many coffee shops, grabbing a drink at Dom's, and seeing movies at the Michigan Theatre.
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Michael is a 1L and the Outlaw's 1L Rep. He was born and raised in China, where he finished the first two years of college. He then relocated to the West Coast of this strange country in 2016, where he was converted into a boba lover and a social justice warrior. Before coming to the U.S., he was living in the far away land of Quebec. In his free time, (or when I am seriously procrastinating) he enjoys playing volleyball, rewatching Sex and the City, and freaking out internally about not having a driver’s license. I'd give anything for someone to take me on a Costco run.
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