Participants in Gibbs Law Group’ Paralegal Program Accepted to Law School for Fall 2013

April 27, 2013

Gibbs Law Group LLP is pleased to announce that two participants within the firm’s paralegal program have been admitted to law school beginning in the fall of 2013. Tara Levens will be attending The University of Chicago Law School, and Jordan Raymond will be attending Harvard Law School.

Tara Levens spent the past year working within the firm’s securities and financial fraud class action litigation practice. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Chicago in 2012 with special honors and degrees in Mathematics and Political Science. As an undergrad, she held internships with Citigroup, Inc.’s Office of Community Development and the Federal Communications Commission’s Office of the Inspector General, and was active in Chicago-area political campaigns.  Tara also participated in varsity athletics as a member and captain of the swim team, where she was a 2-time All-American and conference champion and still holds multiple school records.

Jordan Raymond spent the past year working within the firm’s employment and consumer protection practice groups. In 2012 she graduated magna cum laude from Stanford University where she earned an undergraduate degree in Psychology.  While at Stanford she participated in the Black Pre Law Society and served as a Research Assistant for the Mind, Culture, and Society Research Laboratory. Prior to her job at Gibbs Law Group, Jordan was also hired as a Senior Law Clerk at the Florida Office of the Attorney General.

About Gibbs Law Group’ Paralegal Program
The paralegal program at Gibbs Law Group offers entry-level opportunities to recent college graduates who are considering a career in law. Our paralegals work directly with lawyers and assist in all phases of case litigation, from communicating with clients to preparing cases for trial. After obtaining practical working experience within the firm’s securities, antitrust, personal injury, consumer protection or employment practice groups, many of our paralegals continue on to attend law school.