Jennifer Robinson Ewing, a Religion major who graduated in 2005, attended law school at Temple University. Upon graduating from Temple Law School in 2008 and passing the bar exams in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Jen began working at a large law firm in Philadelphia in their commercial litigation department. She now currently works at a boutique litigation firm in Paoli, PA. As she explains,
"The way that my Religion major prepared me for what I am doing now is actually somewhat convoluted (but important nonetheless). The summer before my senior year, I was able to secure an internship at Random House in New York, one of the largest publishing houses in the country. It just so happened that their religious books department wanted an intern that summer and, considering that I was an English and Religion double major, I was a perfect fit! I don't think I would have got an internship there if it wasn't for my double major. That summer made me realize that publishing was NOT what I wanted to do with my life, which led me to attend law school. . .I still enjoy being a Religion major because so many people are so misinformed when it comes to religion, and I really like having a better understanding (although with religion it always feels like only the tip of the iceberg) so that I can teach other people what I know, or win arguments if they are being stubborn! Obviously, given my profession, winning arguments is something I highly value!"
After graduating as a Religion major in 2003 Justin Riemer attended the University of Baltimore Law School. Since his graduation from law school in 2007 Justin has worked in various political and governmental capacities in Washington, DC.