Scott Going to University of Alabama Law School on Scholarship
Apr 27, 2009
Jordan Scott, a graduating senior from Savannah, TN, has decided to attend the University of Alabama Law School. While it helps that he is a Crimson Tide fan and he cannot wait to watch Nick Saban and the Tide in Bryant Denny Stadium, the fact that UA offered him a full tuition scholarship plus book money surely helped make the decision.
But, Jordan did have a decision to make. Jordan was also accepted into Georgetown Law School, Vanderbilt University Law School which offered him a half tuition scholarship and the University of Tennessee Law School. Jordan is also on the the wait list of Duke University.
Jordan has been a leader on campus throughout his time at Union serving as Vice President of the Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Class while serving as an officer of Pi Sigma Alpha (the political science honor society) and the Union Pre-Law Society. Jordan was also an active member of the Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature and served as a justice on the first Tennessee Intercollegiate Supreme Court. Jordan also applies his leadership skills to practical politics as he served as the campaign manager for Madison County Mayor Jimmy Harris' campaign.
The Department is proud of Jordan and all that he has accomplished and wish him the best in law school, his future in corporate law, and we fully expect to see him in elective office some day.