About Law Practice Fellowship
Fellowship provides a chance to make lasting connections with industry thought leaders in the business of practicing law. The Fellowship Program expands LP's commitment to recruiting and developing new and diverse lawyers, including members of the ABA Young Lawyers Division (YLD), into future leaders of LP and the ABA.
For 2019-2020, LP’s Leadership seeks applicants for a two-year term Fellowship. The number of Fellowships given for this term will be three. The individuals selected will be able to demonstrate prior leadership experience, interest in the LP division, and a commitment to actively participate in LP events, including attendance at all LP Fall and Spring Meetings during the term of their Fellowship. LP provides Fellows with a generous reimbursement to ensure that attendance is not a financial burden.
LP will actively engage Fellows LP leadership meetings, appoint Fellows to LP Boards and Committees, and encourage them to actively engage in key LP initiatives. Through their participation, Fellows receive the experience and guidance needed to prepare them for positions of leadership with LP and the ABA.
The owner of Camson Law, LLP where he represents clients in all stages of criminal proceedings for charges ranging from Criminal Homicide to Driving Under the Influence.
At Tensegrity Law Group, Alex focuses his practice on patent litigation and represents clients in guarding their key products and services both by enforcing patent rights and defending against patent infringement allegations.
The Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership, Higher Education Program, for the UND College of Education & Human Development. He is also an Affiliate Assistant Professor of Law, for the UND School of Law.
Currently an antitrust attorney with a passion for civil rights. As an antitrust attorney she has been involved in several of the most high-profile airline and telecommunication. She is also a career volunteer and devotes many hours outside of work trying to move law and legislation toward a more equitable society and bring awareness to issues that create inequity.
She is a solo practitioner who concentrates primarily on immigration but has taken on several criminal and civil cases as well. Given her fluency in Arabic and the great need for immigration attorneys within her community, she has assisted many clients with immigration issues.
Currently works as Assistant Commission Counsel for Wayne County Commission where she primarily focuses on municipal law, real estate law, economic development law, contract law and public finance law.
An "Of Counsel" attorney with Aguirre & Severson, LLP, he works on their large cases and practices in a wide range of areas including: personal injury, business litigation, appellate, administrative, utility, energy, municipal, employment, and the public interest.