Emma Easom

Albuquerque, NM, Philosophy, Spanish, Pre-Law
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Emma Easom (she/her/hers) is a sophomore from Albuquerque, New Mexico, double majoring in Philosophy and Spanish. As a member and student council co-president of the Legal Education Accelerated Degree (LEAD) Program, she plans to attend KU Law and graduate with her B.A. and J.D. in 6 years. She was recently selected as a University Scholar for Spring 2016 and is a Supplemental Instruction Leader for PHIL 310 – Symbolic Logic. In addition to her academic commitments, she is involved with the Honors Program Student Council, the St. Lawrence Center and playing intramural sports. She loves volunteering, hammocking, and exploring Lawrence in her spare time.

Ask me about: pre-law, the LEAD Program, working on campus, and becoming involved

emmae@ku.edu


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