Jeffrey LaMirand

Jeff LaMirand, Honors Scholar, Class of 2009

Chicago-Kent Honors Scholar

Class of 2009

Mr. LaMirand graduated with High Honors from Michigan State University in 2002 with a B.A. in Accounting and Finance.  Prior to attending IIT Chicago-Kent, he obtained his CPA license while working in public accounting, and subsequently served two years as a U.S. Peace Corps business development volunteer in Honduras.  During his first year at Chicago-Kent, Mr. LaMirand volunteered at the Daley Center Courthouse, assisting pro-se litigants with basic legal needs.

Mr. LaMirand spent his 1L summer as a legal intern working with in-house legal counsel at Calamos Investments, an investment advisory company in Naperville.  He is currently an extern for the City of Chicago Law Department’s Buildings and Land Use Litigation Division.  Mr. LaMirand is interested in pursuing a career in real estate law.

Writings

2009 Honors Scholars Seminar Paper

Dispute Resolution of Garifuna Land Claims in Honduras: A Way Out of the Gridlock