Blog Entry 119

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Meagan Hanna
Meagan is a May 2012 graduate of UDM Law. She was admitted to the Michigan Bar i
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March 24th, 2011

T minus three days and counting…and then I am finished with my law review comment! 

Today is one of my notoriously busy Thursdays. After today, I am prepared to spend the rest of my weekend writing about organ donation. And then hopefully never thinking about organ donation again! 

Today in trial practice, we have a review day. (At first I was all excited because I figured “review” meant “nothing to prepare for class…” but apparently that’s not the case.) Prof. Krisciunas has us focusing on making a good first impression to the jury, and setting a proper stage for the rest of our case. We are thinking about that today by writing the first 45-60 seconds of an opening statement, and selecting our first three questions to ask the jury on voir dire. Should be interesting to see what everyone comes up with as their best minute’s worth of material! 

It’s going to be a long day at school (what else is new?), but I’m hoping the sunshine outside is a good sign!

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Meagan Hanna

Meagan is a May 2012 graduate of UDM Law. She was admitted to the Michigan Bar in November, and she recently joined the Grand Traverse County Prosecutor’s Office as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney.

During law school, Meagan was active around the School of Law as the Law Review's Executive Editor of Outside Articles and the Vice-President of the St. Thomas More Society. She participated in the Criminal Trial Clinic, and took advantage of two internships with the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office and a summer internship with Judge Stephen Murphy of the Eastern District of Michigan.

In her free time, Meagan also serves as a member of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, enjoys tap dancing, and can't resist reading a good book.

Meagan genuinely enjoyed her time at UDM Law and she is passionate about talking to prospective students about her experience. Please contact the admissions office to obtain her contact information.