Brytney Stanley has wanted to be an attorney for as long as she can remember. A third-year law student from Pocatello, Idaho, Brytney chose ONU’s College of Law because she knew she’d be studying in an environment that would be most beneficial for her. “ONU gave me the opportunity to prove that I have what it takes to be a lawyer,” she says.
Brytney constantly works to connect her passion with a purpose. She stays Involved in organizations on campus, and she’s currently the president of Street Law and a member of the board for the Law Review. Additionally, she had the opportunity to travel to London twice with other students to experience a different culture and learn more about how the U.S. legal system has been influenced by the English system.
Hands-on clinical experience in the courtroom has prepared Brytney both personally and professionally for life after graduation. Overall, she believes her time at ONU has given her the opportunity to find more confidence in herself and her ability to become an attorney. “ONU has given me the ability to come out of my shell and discover what type of law I want to practice.”