Rebecca Curtiss is happy to share her experiences with other students. She has a master’s degree and enjoyed a career as an academic librarian before deciding to further her studies in the field of law. “It helps me to think critically about issues in the law,” she says. It also helps her while she serves as a research assistant. She feels that it has changed the way that she has structured her personal program in the ONU law school. She finds opportunities such as writing articles for publication to be vital supplements to her education and future career.
Rebecca feels that her time at ONU has helped her make connections with people that she may have never connected with otherwise. She is happy to use her prior knowledge to help her fellow students find success in their studies. She also is very thankful for the dedication of the faculty and the expertise that they offer to students. “Deciding to come to ONU for law school is one of the best decisions that I’ve ever made,” she says. “It’s definitely changed my life for the better.” After she graduates, Rebecca would like to go into international law working in access to justice.