College of Law > About > News > DePaul alumna Casey shifts from archaeologist to attorney
By Center for Art, Museum & Cultural Heritage Law /
April 10, 2014 /
Posted in: Art Museum and Cultural Heritage Law, Alumni News /
Emily Casey (JD '12) was featured in a recent article in the Connecticut Law Tribune. Casey, an attorney at Tobin Carberry O'Malley Riley & Selinger in New London, Conn., was interviewed about her transition from an archaeologist to an attorney with a special interest in art and cultural heritage law.
While a DePaul law student, Casey was actively involved with the Center for Art, Museum & Cultural Heritage Law, serving on both the National Cultural Heritage Law Moot Court Competition board and the Art & Cultural Heritage Law Society student board.
Visit the Connecticut Law Tribune website to read the article.