Howard Law Alumni Take Alternative Career Paths, Too

Howard University School of Law alumna Elizabeth Boomer (J.D. ’10) speaks about her role as legal research analyst in the Global Legal Research Directorate of the Law Library of Congress in an interview with “In Custodia Legis” – the Law Library of Congress’ blog.

“As a legal research analyst, I research and write about every area of international law imaginable,” Boomer said. “I’ve been surprised by the novel, cutting-edge research questions I have addressed since I have joined the Law Library of Congress. Not only do we respond to inquiries from Congress, government agencies, the judiciary, and the public, we also monitor legal developments around the world. My work is primarily focused on international law and global trends.”

This is just one great example of Howard Law alumni using their degrees in alternative career paths.