Law Alumna is New “Bachelorette” on ABC

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It was announced Monday evening on the Jimmy Kimmel Live television program that Texas attorney Rachel Lindsay will be the next “Bachelorette” on the ABC series of that same name.  Ms. Lindsay is a 2011 graduate of the Marquette University Law School.  She has been a practicing litigator at the Dallas Office of the Law Firm Cooper & Scully.  She was previously a contestant on this season’s ABC reality show “The Bachelor.”  Ms. Lindsay’s selection is notable because she is the first African American to be cast as the lead of the popular reality series.  We at the Law School wish Ms. Lindsay all of the best, both professionally and romantically.

One thought on “Law Alumna is New “Bachelorette” on ABC”

  1. Congratulations Rachel Lindsay!

    I didn’t know that acting was a part of the Marquette University Law School Curriculum? I guess all attorney’s need to put on their best performance in court, especially in a jury case. … It’s my humor.

    You must be a very versatile person, Rachel, not only acquired the knowledge, skills and abilities to practice entertainment law and to become the lead actress in a network TV series.

    So, Congratulations and best wishes to you.

    PS:(Don’t think you forgot who I am. We have never met, At least, I don’t remember meeting you since I often . . . Oh. . . Mmm. . .ahhh. . . forget.)

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