Jacob Done is in his third and final year at ASU's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law. His end goal is to be an advocate for those who have no voice, whether that be in the juvenile court, criminal court, or otherwise. He views this clinic as an opportunity both to help to the utmost of his abilities those who need it as well as to learn from the experience, the clients, and the other professionals he interacts with throughout the program.
Adrianna Griego is a third-year law student at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. She is interested in the areas of labor and employment as well as education law and education policy. Prior to attending law school, she taught high school math in Phoenix, Arizona as a Teach for America corps member. She is proud to be an Arizona native (born and raised) and in true Arizonian fashion, she has never been to the Grand Canyon.
Jennine Ihde is a third-year law student at Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at ASU. Prior to entering law school she worked for many years in mortgage banking sales and most recently taught middle school and high school math. She has always been interested in helping children, and even before she taught she spent time volunteering at schools and working with homeless children. During law school she has externed both with the Office of the Public Advocate at the Durango juvenile courthouse and with the Durango Court's presiding judge, Judge McNally. In addition, she has played an active role in the Juvenile Legal Assistance Project, the Homeless Legal Assistance Project, and the Pro Bono Board throughout law school. She believes the Juvenile Advocacy Clinic is the perfect opportunity for her to continue her efforts to help children and represent the indigent, while at the same time gaining valuable legal skills.
Chase Haslam graduated from the University of Utah with a major in International Studies and a minor in Spanish. Prior to law school Chase lived abroad in Argentina for two years where he developed a proficiency in Spanish. Chase currently is a third-year law student with interests in both public service and private practice. In his spare time he enjoys socializing with friends and sampling new restaurants.
Aparna Mané is a third year law student at ASU. Although, not a native Arizonan, she has lived in various parts of the state over the past 16 years. Before entering law school Aparna worked at the Communications Department of the Yale School of Medicine. She has a bachelor degree from the University of Arizona in Political Science and Sociology. During her undergraduate studies, Aparna fell in love with children by working at a summer camp for seven summers. While in law school, she has externed in the juvenile courts under Judge Roland Stienle in Maricopa county and Judge K.C. Standford in Pima County. She has also worked in the private sector for a financial firm. After law school Aparna hopes to work in the public sector in Arizona. She loves to travel and has visited 22 countries and hiked the Grand Canyon three times.