Law Student Accepts National Post
Adrienne Sadosky, a third-year student at Duquesne University School of Law, was elected conference chair for the Northeast Region of the newly formed National Women Law Students’ Organization.
The new organization for female law students was created at a leadership summit of Ms. JD, a national nonprofit organization.
Sadosky, 25, works in the Office of University Advancement at Duquesne. She is vice president-elect of the Women’s Law Association, secretary and academic chair of the Student Bar Association, and a member of the mock trial team and the Military Law Society at Duquesne. She also serves on the University of Pittsburgh’s Alumni Leadership Council and the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Cosmopolitan Pittsburgh Planning Committee. After graduating from law school, Sadosky plans to work with the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General Corps.
Daughter of Rose Marie Sadosky of Ebensburg, Sadosky resides in Green Tree.
Approximately 100 students from 70 law schools attended the organizational event in New York City on April 4 and 5.
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