How one law school program has helped four students form a special bond with each other and their community.
They are The Four Musketeers of the University of Dayton School of Law; you rarely see one without the other.
They’re so inseparable it’s hard to believe they met only last year, as Summer Start students determined to finish their Juris Doctorate in two years—and to serve as pioneers in an innovative Dayton Law program designed to create a new generation of lawyer-leaders.
They are the inaugural class of the prestigious Leadership Honors Program—and at first glance they appear to have little else in common.
Sayre Payne of Springboro is a former Army officer who served in Afghanistan and went on to a career as a financial adviser. Andre Tirado of Columbus earned a journalism degree and worked as a paralegal. Ann Charles Watts of Dayton is a former fundraising consultant for Habitat for Humanity. Alexandria Esposito of Sandusky is a recent graduate of The Ohio State University and a “die-hard Buckeye.”
Visit the University of Dayton’s Law School: Dayton Docket to find out more.