Four students at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law have been profiled by LawCrossing (http://www.lawcrossing.com/), an online database of jobs in the legal field. In addition to tracking the hiring needs of employers, the Web site posts legal news, offers job resources and advice on surviving law school and writes stories about noteworthy students. These College of Law students have been profiled so far: Timea Hargesheimer , a Hungarian immigrant whose late father motivated her to follow her dream of becoming an attorney. Hargesheimer, a 2L, enjoys reading old English case law, and she also is interested in criminal law. Read more about her at http://www.lawcrossing.com/article/index.php?id=4259. Matthew Lahaie , a student in the M.D.-J.D program, a partnership of the College of Law and Mayo Medical School. Lahaie, who spent two years at Mayo before coming to law school in 2007, will receive his J.D. next spring, and then will return to Mayo for two more years of medical school. When finished with his schooling, this New England sports fan will have both law and medical degrees. Read his full story at http://www.lawcrossing.com/article/index.php?id=4304. Scott Resnick , who traveled to Cuba to deliver humanitarian aid to the Jewish community and to Israel with a group of teens before settling down at law school. Resnick, a 3L, said knowledge of the law will enable him to do myriad things with his life. His story is at http://www.lawcrossing.com/article/index.php?id=4291. Paul Singleton , a former inner-city Baltimore school teacher who wants to use his law degree to help correct society's injustices and inequities. Singleton, a 3L, and his wife, Stephanie Steele, said they chose the College of Law because of its strong commitment to public service and pro bono work. Read the rest of his story at http://www.lawcrossing.com/article/index.php?id=4284. Law students who are interested in being profiled by LawCrossing should contact Janie Magruder in the Communications Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.