Welcome to Feature Friday!
Today we are very excited to introduce you to one of our law student members, Jay Kucia.
Jay is a second-year law student from Clinton, Mississippi. He attended Mississippi College where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Political Science with a minor in Mathematics and graduated in 2017. While at Mississippi College, Jay served as a freshman mentor, a constitutional development teaching assistant, a service club officer, a student senator, and a resident assistant. In law school, Jay is the president of the Mississippi Labor and Employment Society and a member of the Public Interest Law In 2018. Jay also worked as a law clerk at Morgan & Morgan in Jackson, Mississippi. At Morgan & Morgan, Jay assisted attorneys representing low-income people from all over Mississippi who were often struggling to pay medical bills. Jay has also volunteered for several state and national political campaigns, all with strong health law and reform platforms. Jay expects to graduate from the University of Mississippi School of Law in May of 2020. After graduation, Jay plans to use the law to continue his advocacy for health justice, economic justice, and workers’ rights.