Arianna Crum

Arianna Crum Class of 2016 - Omaha, Nebraska

"Nebraska Law has faculty that are excited about what they teach and want their students to succeed."

My Experience

Academic Concentration

General Studies

Student Organizations

Multicultural Legal Society/Black Law Student Association – President

Women's Law Caucus

Equal Justice Society

Practical Experience

Legal Aid of Nebraska – Senior Certified Law Clerk

Nebraska Law 1L Academic Success – Research Assistant

American Civil Liberties Union–Nebraska – Law Clerk

Nebraska Supreme Court Office of Dispute Resolution – Legal Extern

"I participated in the Cambridge Study Abroad Program after my first year of law school. It was a great opportunity to combine the things I love: traveling, photography, and learning. At the end of it all I learned so much about myself, gained friendships, and memories to last a lifetime."
Study Abroad at Cambridge
"The highlight of my first summer interning with the American Civil Liberties Union of Nebraska was pitching a memo regarding procedural issues prisoners, who were challenging their innocence, had due to statutory limits on motions for new trials to a Nebraska legislator. A bill was introduced during the legislative session that could fix those issues, and eventually this bill became law. This has been one of many exciting experiences ACLU of Nebraska has given me."
"As President of Nebraska’s Multicultural Legal Society/Black Law Students Association, I have had the opportunity to host law school events dedicated to diversity. My favorite experience with the group was helping host Diversity Day, a program dedicated for Nebraska High School students that is meant to spark an interest in law school and a legal career."
Diversity Day
"Professor Berger and Professor Moberly are my favorite professors at Nebraska Law. They are both excellent professors who honestly love teaching. While their classes are challenging, they both have taught me to think about legal issues creatively, and to always think of a counter to any legal argument."
Professor Eric Berger