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AAC


STAFF PROFILE Law Clerk – Susan Thomas


Family information: I am a native Arkansan, born in Little Rock, and the yougest of four children. My siblings are scattered across the south and southwest from Biloxi, Miss., to Whitewright, Texas, to Albuquerque, N.M. We’re a tight-knit bunch and spend a week on the beach together each summer.


My favorite meal: Fresh oysters on the half shell with saltines, lemons, horseradish, tons of Tabasco and an ice cold beer.


When I’m not working I’m: Fascinat- ed with the original Hebrew and Greek texts of the Bible and spend a good deal of time studying and journalising about biblical lexicology. On a less academic note, I am also attached at the hip to a black lab named JJ; as long as I keep throwing the ball, he will keep fetching it.


Te accomplishments of which I am most proud: I’m


very proud of each of my educational and professional achievements, but the two things of which I am most proud are my work on the City of Fayetteville’s Hurricane Katrina Relief Project in 2005 and completing my Ph.D.


At the top of my bucket list is to: Travel. Travel. Travel.


Te hardest thing I have ever done is: I think law school is the hardest thing I’ve ever done; it certainly is the hardest I have ever worked for something.


You might be surprised to learn that: I spent two weeks on a GoSendMeGlobal.com and Euro Relief refugee response team at Skala


Sikamineas Stage 2 Camp and Moria Camp both on the Greek island of Lesvos.


How long have you been at AAC and can you describe some of your successful projects? As I write this response, I am beginning my second day as a law clerk at AAC, so I don’t have any successful


projects to speak of just yet, but I’m looking forward to spending the summer here learning from great attorneys and serving the counties of Arkansas.


What do you like most about your position at AAC? I consider it a privilege to learn and grow as a law student in an environment that allows me to continue to be en- gaged in government and work alongside dedicated public servants.


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