Alex Noll studies Environmental Law
Jill Rennicke

Alex recently shared with me,

I am a first year law student at the University of Michigan Law School. This semester, I am taking 4 classes that most first years (1Ls) across the country take: torts, contracts, civil procedure, and legal writing. I am also a member of the competitive traveling mock trial team and a Junior Editor on the Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law. I plan to work in either environmental law or white collar crime. I credit my time at Conserve School as part of what interested me in environmental law. I hope to work in the Environmental and Natural Resources Division at the Department of Justice. Through my experience on the Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law, I will gain exposure to current issues in environmental law.

It is exciting to see our Conserve School alumni pursuing their passion for the planet across a wide array of disciplines.

~Jill Rennicke, Alumni Coordinator