Margeaux is a Spokane native who grew up enjoying team sports and outdoor activities. She graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Law, Societies and Justice and a minor in Human Rights and Diversity. For the next two years, Margeaux traveled as a nationwide consultant, mainly focused in the South and on the East Coast. Margeaux’s decision to come to Gonzaga was influenced by the school’s reputation, the proximity to her parents and the joy of all 4 seasons. In her free time Margeaux enjoys crafting, yoga, and spending time with friends.
John Malek is a Captain in the U.S. Air Force, and will serve as a Judge Advocate after earning his J.D.. John earned his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Portland in 2008 before starting his Air Force career as a missile launch officer. He later earned his M.P.A. at the University of Montana in 2012 and a graduate-level certificate in Nuclear Weapons Effects, Policy and Proliferation from the Air Force Institute of Technology in 2013. His last assignment before attending law school was as a teacher at Squadron Officer School, one of the Air Force’s biggest leadership schools. John is blessed with raising three awesome boys with a wonderful wife and hails from Post Falls, Idaho. In his spare time, John is a bladesmith and he also enjoys the outdoors, reading and martial arts.
Ryan grew up in Oregon and moved to Spokane to attend Gonzaga University as an undergraduate. He loved Spokane so much that he stayed for law school, too! Ryan is a car enthusiast and accomplished golfer, and enjoys mixology in his spare time.
Jackie is originally from Spokane, and attended both Gonzaga Prep and Gonzaga University before attending Gonzaga Law School. Throughout her life, Jackie has danced, and she continues to act as a dance instructor, coaching young dancers through competitions. Jackie was heavily involved in the Gonzaga student body as an undergraduate, and has continued that involvement in Gonzaga Law by serving as a 1L Representative during her first year, and currently serving as Secretary.
Kevin “Kevo” Carroll hails from the hilly city of Tacoma. He came to Gonzaga and studied criminal justice and psychology while minoring in communications and English. During undergrad he served in several roles as parliamentarian, and couldn’t stop now. He thought learning was fun and thus decided to stay for another three years at the law school. While he is not a father (or married for that matter), he enjoys annoying friends with dad jokes. While not slaving away, he practices Goju-Ryu Karate, attempts to golf, and thinks he is a cyclist. He also has luscious locks of flowing red hair.
Chris Morgan was born and raised in the Portland, OR, area. He graduated with a degree in Pre-Law Political Science from Washington State University, where he also served as the Director of Student Legal Services. Chris is passionate about people and service, and hopes to pursue a career in either criminal law or government upon graduation. Outside of law school, Chris enjoys writing. He published his first editorial on politics and public service when he was 14 years old, and has since gone on to publish in a number of the Northwest’s largest newspapers. Additionally, Chris enjoys movies, music, and spending time with his family and friends. He is a proud alumni and lifetime member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity. Phi Alpha, Go Cougs, and Go Zags!
Washington State Bar Association staff will be at the law school to discuss and answer questions regarding applications for admission to practice law in Washington, the uniform Bar Exam, ADA Reasonable Accommodation requests, applications for the Admission and Practice Rule 9 Legal Intern program, the Character and Fitness requirements for admission, and other related topics.
The SBA will be selling law school mugs Monday, November 30th – Friday, December 4th. These will be sold in the foyer for $3.00 a piece, through this link on Cashnet. The mugs hold 15 ounces and are navy blue with a gold seal on both sides. There are only 200, so they will be […]