Baker Sterchi Welcomes 2023 Class of Summer Law Clerks
Baker Sterchi is pleased to welcome its 2023 class of summer law clerks.
Summer law clerks in Kansas City include:
Allison Garrett, a rising 3L student at the University of Missouri School of Law, where she holds positions as the president of the Women's Law Association, editor-in-chief of the Journal of Dispute Resolution, and a law school ambassador. Garrett previously served as a judicial intern at the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri. She earned her undergraduate degree in political science from Missouri State University.
Kaleb McKinnon, a rising 3L student at Drake University Law School, where he holds leadership roles as the president of the Black Law Student Association and Drake OUTLAWS. He is also a co-founder of the Corporate Law Society and a member of the Moot Court Board. McKinnon completed his undergraduate degree in political science with a minor in English at the University of Mississippi.
Andrew Snively, a rising 3L student at Pepperdine Caruso School of Law, where he serves as the president of the Veterans Legal Society and is a student ambassador. Snively previously served in the United States Air Force as a Financial Budget Analyst and completed a legal internship with the United States Coast Guard. He earned his undergraduate degree in business administration and management at Park University.
Summer law clerks in St. Louis include:
Manni Jandernoa, a rising 3L student at Saint Louis University School of Law. Jandernoa is a Note and Comment Editor for the Vol. 67 SLU Law Journal and LRW teaching assistant. They also hold the position of treasurer of OUTlaws and are a recipient of the 1843 Scholarship. They earned their undergraduate degree in political science and French, with a minor in mathematics at Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville.
Hans Liu, a rising 3L student at Washington University School of Law, where he serves as the president of the Criminal Law Society and holds the position of vice president in both the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association and Christian Legal Fellowship. He is also a recipient of the Scholar in Law Award. Liu previously served as a judicial extern with the U.S. District Court for the District of Idaho. He earned his undergraduate degree in history and international studies with minors in political science and Chinese at the University of Utah – Honors College."Baker Sterchi's summer law clerks in both locations will attend hearings and depositions, prepare blog posts, and undertake various research projects. They will also have the opportunity to participate in social activities within their respective cities.