Ericke S. Cage, a second-year student at Rutgers School of Law–Newark, has been elected Governor of the Third Circuit of the American Bar Association’s Law Student Division. As Governor, he will lead the implementation of all ABA/LSD’s programs and initiatives within the Third Circuit. He will also serve on the Law Student Division’s Board of Governors and as a member of one of the Division’s standing committees.
Cage plans to strengthen the visibility of and enrollment in the ABA/LSD by working closely with law school administrators and student leaders within the Third Circuit. “The benefits offered by membership in the Law Student Division are quite simply unmatched,” he said. “Every law student in America should be taking advantage of the great wealth of career-building resources and opportunities offered by ABA/LSD membership.” Cage previously served as an ABA/LSD representative, Circuit Lieutenant Governor, and as student liaison to the Committee on Corporate Counsel of the ABA’s Section of Litigation.
The Third Circuit encompasses law schools in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware. With more than 51,000 members, the American Bar Association’s Law Student Division serves as the national voice of America’s law students. | Read Story