Gallant Fish


Managing Editor

Expected graduation: May 2017

Summer Experience: Extern, Michigan Department of Attorney General, Lansing, MI

Gallant came into law school with much fear and trembling, unsure of whether law was the path he truly wanted to pursue. Since then, he has discovered a passion for learning and applying the law. He grew up in Wisconsin and is almost as passionate about the Green Bay Packers as he is about the law. He studied sociology and global studies at Spring Arbor University and worked extensively with professors and other students on issues surrounding human trafficking. Having graduated from Spring Arbor, he came to law school in order to pursue a career in international human rights, merging his background in global studies with a knowledge of law. In law school, Gallant currently serves as a Teaching Assistant for Research, Writing, and Analysis, a Student Assistant with the Michigan Department of Attorney General, and a staff member of Michigan State Law Review.

For more information, please see Gallant's LinkedIn profile.