Chicago-Kent Honors Scholar
Class of 2017
Courtney Rodman has a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Communication and a Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies from Middle Tennessee State University. She wrote her honors thesis on prevalent personality types in international non-profit organizations. She also researched refugees in middle Tennessee and presented a poster at the Association of American Geographers' annual conference. Prior to law school, Courtney spent one summer interning with Amref Health Africa's New York City office and another studying abroad in Spain.
At Chicago-Kent, Courtney is an associate editor for the Journal of International and Comparative Law, the Vice President of Corporate Law Society, a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution team, and working on the Praxis certificate. She participated in the Clinical Rotation offered through Chicago-Kent's unique 1L Your Way program and gained experience through the Entrepreneurial Law, Family Law, and Health and Disability Law clinics. Through this program, she developed an interest in family law, and she was a semester associate at Beermann Pritikin Mirabelli Swerdlove LLP during the fall of her 2L year. In the spring, Courtney will extern for the Honorable Pamela Loza in Domestic Relations. In her free time, Courtney enjoys cooking and playing the piano.