The Argus Spot-Light: A quick look at featured profile Rosalind Johnston, a native St. Louisan

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Rosalind Johnston

The summer is here, and as the sweltering heat compounds us, we want to shine some light on the locals who are making dynamic progress in their educational quest. Our featured light is on Rosalind Johnston, so take a read at what she has to say.

Rosalind Johnston:

Hey everyone. My name is Rosalind Johnston, and I am a 21, and St. Louis native. I graduated from Washington University in St. Louis in 2022, with a major in accounting and a minor in legal studies.

I am excited to serve as the 2023-2024 Academic Chair for BLSA. Since high school, I have utilized many resources to help me get where I am today, including BLSA during my 1L year.

BLSA members immediately made me feel at home at WashULaw and my mentors were always open ears for all my questions, concerns, and venting. I want to continue being a resource for other students; not just academically but all around. We have so many things in store for BLSA this year; I can’t wait to help execute them!

This summer I will be working as a summer associate at Sidley Austin LLP in the Houston office. I love video games, traveling, and athletic footwear. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions or just want to chat.

Thanks Rosalind, and we wish you only the best in all of your endeavors. Editor-at-Large.


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