Sean Farrell is a law student at Indiana University McKinney School of Law. The challenging program builds on his time as a Franciscan undergraduate student.
In addition to his studies, Farrell is a member of Indiana University’s Business Law Association, the Dean’s Tutorial Society, the Honor Society, and the Indiana International and Comparative Law Review. He has worked at a local prosecutor’s office, and next plans to work for a firm that specializes in helping businesses grow and develop.
Farrell’s Franciscan education aided him in becoming a better thinker and writer, both of which have been key to honing his critical thinking in the law program. His capabilities for understanding a variety of historical and current topics also developed through Franciscan’s solid history curriculum. Another critical part of his experience was building relationships through Lion of Judah Household, where he still finds a support system from his brothers.
“Franciscan did an amazing job of setting me up for success in law school,” said Sean.