Regent Law Graduate Recognized by Alma Mater as Young Alumnus of The Year

Regent University School of Law alumnus Stephen Casey’s work and accomplishments have prompted his undergraduate alma mater, LeTourneau University, to recently award him Young Alumnus of the Year.

LeTourneau highlighted Casey’s calling and passion for the law in a special “Where Are They Now?” section of its quarterly alumni publication, NOW.

After competing with graduates from nine other law schools in Texas as well as a cohort of Ivy League grads, Casey (Regent Law ’07) won a coveted judicial clerkship for Texas Supreme Court Justice Scott A. Brister.

He has also been busy raising support as he runs for a seat in the Texas legislature, House District 52, Round Rock. The elections will be held in 2010.

Read about LeTourneau’s recognition of this Regent Law Alum, as well as Casey’s solid understanding of what it means to use the gifts and skills of a lawyer to serve God, in this summer's issue of NOW.

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