Student, University of Miami School of Law
Casey Dieck is a second year student at the University of Miami School of Law, where she currently serves as a Dean’s Fellow for Dean Trish White.
As a member of the University of Miami School of Law Charles C. Papy, Jr. Moot Court Board, Casey will compete in Tulane University Law School’s Mardi Gras Invitational National Sports Law Tournament this spring. Casey is a University of Miami School of Law scholarship recipient and was awarded the Dean’s Certificate of Achievement Award in Legal Research and Writing. During the summer of 2010, Casey worked as a Legal Intern in the Immigration and Refugee Services Department of Catholic Charities of New Orleans, LA. During the fall of 2010, Casey worked as a Legal Intern at Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center in Miami, FL.
Casey is originally from New Orleans, LA and earned her Bachelor of Arts in both Mass Communication and Spanish from Louisiana State University. Prior to attending law school, she worked as a Product Sales Representative for Vail Resorts in Breckenridge, CO. She also lived for two years in Madrid, Spain, where she worked as a Language and Culture Assistant for the Spanish Ministry of Education as well as a business English teacher for Banco Popular and Endesa Energy. Casey is passionate about travel and learning about different languages and cultures.