Senior Managing Editor
Expected graduation: May 2017
Summer experience: Van Buren County Prosecutor's Office, Paw Paw, MI.
Stephanie Ziebarth is a 3L at MSU College of Law. She attended Western Michigan University and received a bachelor's degree in International and Comparative Politics and a bachelor's degree in French in 2011. While at WMU, she was involved in a study abroad program to Besancon, France, as well as a member of the WMU Mock Trial team.
At MSU Law, Stephanie serves as a Student Ambassador, is a Student Clinician at the MSU Civil Rights Legal Clinic, where she is an advocate for federal prisoners' civil rights, and she is the Senior Managing Editor of the Michigan State Law Review.
Her 1L summer, Stephanie worked at the Ingham County 30th Circuit Court, where she assisted Judge William E. Collette in Mason, MI. This past summer she worked as an intern at the Van Buren County Prosecutor's Office, where she appeared in 7th District Court proceedings on misdemeanor cases as well as assisted in Circuit Court cases.
Having grown up in Kalamazoo, MI, Stephanie plans on practicing in Michigan after graduation.
For more information, please see Stephanie's LinkedIn profile.