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Law Clerk — Melissa Hollowell


Family information: Just me and my sweet, 3-year- old chocolate lab mix, Grant.


My favorite meal: Chicken tacos and Mexican rice with chips and queso.


When I’m not working I’m: Studying, spending time with friends and family or relaxing and watching Netflix.


Te accomplishment of which I am most proud: Getting a Top Paper in my Civil Procedure class.


done: Survive a year of law school. At the top of my bucket list is


The hardest thing I have ever


to: Travel to Bora Bora and see the world.


You might be surprised to learn that: I’m an only child, and I was born in Belleville, Ill., and lived there until I was 12.


My pet peeve is: Bad drivers and rush hour traffic.


Motto or favorite quote: “Dreams don’t work unless you do.” — John C. Maxwell How long have you been at AAC and


can you describe some of your successful AAC projects? I have been at AAC since the beginning of June. One of my most successful moments has been catching a civil


procedure error in service of process and being able to correct the error before it nega- tively affected the lawsuit.


What do you like most about your position


at AAC? What I like most about my position at AAC is that I have the opportunity to be involved in our lawsuits from beginning to end. I get a lot of hands-on experience with different aspects of our lawsuits, and I’m not limited to just per- forming legal research like many law clerks are.


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COUNTY LINES, FALL 2015


Melissa Hollowell


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