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Career Services Welcomes New Assistant Director Kristen Bryant

Published: April 14th, 2008

Category: Feature

Kristen Bryant UF Law would like to welcome new Assistant Director for Career Services Kristen Bryant. Bryant has a Bachelor of Arts from UF and received her JD from Loyola New Orleans College of Law. After law school, Bryant worked as a court attorney for three years at Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court in Louisiana. Bryant said she is excited to be back home in Florida working directly with students to help prepare them for law careers. “I have the opportunity to help students figure out what they are going to do as a career, which is a very life-changing decision,” she said. “It is very rewarding to be involved in the process.” Bryant said her future goals include overhauling the pro bono and community service projects to create several certifications students can receive for their dedication. Bryant replaces Samara (Sam) Sarno, who is relocating to New Hampshire, where her husband will begin his medical practice.

Also, don’t miss this week’s issue of The CCS Buzz, your source for a quick synopsis of programming, recruiting, networking, volunteer, and “SHIP” opportunities available to you. The CCS Buzz can be found in FlaLaw Online via a link on your Symplicity homepage after you log in or you can pick up a hard copy in Career Services at 244 Bruton Geer Hall. Click below to download The CCS Buzz, your weekly guide to what is important to your career and professional development:
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