APRIL 6: Andrew Warner (L ’16)

Andrew Warner
Judicial Law Clerk
U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland

DATE: Thursday, April 6
LOCATION: Home (location given to student RSVPs)

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Andrew Warner graduated from Georgetown Law in May 2016. He currently works as a clerk for a federal judge and will be moving over to the Department of Justice’s Civil Division in October. Several of his law school friends and classmates, all of whom currently work at large law firms in DC, and span a wide variety of legal practices (commercial litigation, white collar investigations, corporate law, healthcare, insurance, etc.) . We would love to host a group of students who are planning to go to law school or interested in the legal profession.

This event will also be joined by Samantha Robbins (L ’15), Paul Alexander (L ’15) and Caroline Reigart (L ’15). We would love to host a group of students who are planning to go to law school or interested in the legal profession.

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APRIL 8: Jack Appelbaum (COL ’14) & Madeline Curtis (NHS ’14, L ’19)

Madeline Curtis

Madeline Curtis
Legislative Assistant 
American Academy of Pediatrics

Jack Appelbaum

Jack Appelbaum
Consultant
Deloitte Consulting

DATE: Saturday, April 8
LOCATION: Home (location given to student RSVPs)

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Jack Appelbaum is a 2014 graduate from the College who majored in Government. He is currently a Consultant with Deloitte Consulting in the Washington area supporting primarily federal clients. He has interest and expertise across aerospace and defense, transportation and logistics, and aviation. Jack was primarily involved with GUSA and SAC while at Georgetown while also (occasionally) playing Ultimate Frisbee.

Madeline Curtis is a 2014 graduate from the NHS who majored in Healthcare Management and Policy. Madeline is currently a Legislative Assistant at the American Society of Pediatrics by day and is pursuing her JD at Georgetown University Law Center by night. Madeline has a passion for health policy, supporting children’s healthcare across the country, and Georgetown University basketball.