The political science department and MC's pre-law program at Monmouth College will sponsor a presentation by Brad Nahrstadt '89 and Bill Turner '93 on Friday, Oct. 11, at 3 p.m. to discuss law school admission, student culture, the cost of going to law school and the current job market in the legal profession. Titled "The Top Ten Things You Need to Know About Law School," the presentation will be held in Room 277 of the Center for Science and Business.
Nahrstadt is a partner of Lipe Lyons Murphy Nahrstadt & Pontikis Ltd. and a Monmouth College trustee. He focuses his practice on defending product liability, professional liability, premises liability, insurance coverage and bad faith and commercial matters in state and federal courts around the country, and also has handled a number of matters at the appellate level. Nahrstadt received degrees in English and political science and graduated summa cum laude from Monmouth. He received his J.D., cum laude, in 1992 from the University of Illinois College of Law.
Turner is a senior regional director of development for Duke Law School. Since graduating from MC with a degree in speech communication and theatre arts, he has embarked on two decades of progressively increased levels of administrative work at colleges and universities, including seven years at Monmouth. His subsequent professional duties have concentrated in the role of fundraising and alumni engagement at the University of Louisville, the University of Illinois and Duke Law School, where is involved with the university’s $3.25 billion capital campaign.