Student, Indiana University Maurer School of Law
Lisa Fahey is currently a 3L student at Indiana University Maurer School of Law. She participated in the Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition during her 2L year and is currently a Managing Editor for the Indiana Law Journal. She also participates in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. During the summer of 2011, Lisa worked as an intern in the Transaction Tax group of Ernst & Young in New York City. During the summer of 2010, she worked as a research assistant for Professor Ajay Mehrotra and performed archive research at Columbia University in New York City. Her focus and interest in law school has been in taxation, and she plans to return to Ernst & Young to begin a career following her graduation.
Lisa grew up in Kansas City, MO. She attended Washburn University, where she played collegiate soccer, earned a B.B.S. in Accounting, and was a Sibberson award recipient. While at Washburn, she was also a part of the Leadership Institute, a program that combines course work and practical experience leading the Institute, the campus, and the community. As part of this experience, she traveled to Dubai, U.A.E., and presented at the Women as Global Leaders Conference.