After graduating with a degree in business management, Lorna Lunney spent two more years getting her MBA with a concentration in social change from Clark. From there, it was on to Stetson University College Of Law, where she earned her J.D. in Public Interest And Government. Now she is in her second year at American University's Washington College of Law in pursuit of her Doctor of Law degree.
Tell Us About Your Current Position.
I work in the contracts department at a defense and aerospace company. I help manage contracts that support U.S. troops and law enforcement with intelligence and analysis services.
What Is The Hardest Part About Law School?
Trusting yourself. Law school is a pretty competitive environment and sometimes it can feel like everyone around you is smarter or more intense than you. It has really pushed me to be braver and more confident in my own work.
What Do You Miss Most About Being A Student-Athlete At Clark?
Besides it being socially acceptable to wear a bow in my hair twice a week and the vintage Clark Athletics sweats? Probably the bus ride back from a Saturday afternoon win on the road, or maybe the social schedule filled with Cougar spirit.
What Is Your Fondest Memory About Being A Student At Clark?
The day Hilary Clinton came was pretty awesome!
What Would You Tell A First-Year Student-Athlete About What To Expect At Clark?
Expect the friendships you build during these next four years to be some of the best you've ever had. And if you've never experienced a "free hugs day" before, you probably will at some point during the next four years.
What Is The Best Career Advice You Have Ever Received?
"Do something that's an investment in who you might want to be next." Have an idea where and what you want to be, and as Coach Brady would say, "get after it."