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Jill Cramer: A practice in wills, estate planning
Jill Cramer, 28, worked on a bachelor’s degree in finance at ASU and was given early admission to law school at the University of Alberta’s College of Law. After graduation, she helped open a spa and private vocational school and, worked in Spain as an English teacher for adults.
Since returning to Arizona in 2010, she has focused on her husband and 1-year-old son, and dreamed of opening a practice in wills and estate planning.
“The California state bar recognizes my foreign law degree for admittance to write the bar examination,” Cramer said. “However, this is on the condition that I complete a minimum of 20 credit hours at an ABA accredited law school.”
Cramer turned to the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, a very familiar place.
“I enjoyed my studies at ASU prior to entering law school, and even used the law library in preparing to write my LSATs,” Cramer said. “The quality of instruction and flexibility offered by the customized LL.M is unmatched by any other College of Law in the Southwest.”
Cramer said the College of Law student body is very diverse and she was able to share her challenges in caring for her family while attending law school.