Chase Hudson, a 2L, has been elected governor of the 3rd Circuit of the American Bar Association’s Law Student Division.
As governor, Hudson holds the lead role in the circuit that represents students in Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He previously served as lieutenant governor in the circuit, working to increase membership and awareness of the ABA’s role in student life.
A member of the Student Bar Association, Hudson takes over for Mathew Mecoli, the outgoing 3rd Circuit governor who is also a 2L at the law school.
Students from the Kline School of Law have frequently been tapped for leadership posts within the Law Student Division. In 2014, Nicholas Hubner, '16, was elected 3rd Circuit governor, Joe Zeidner, ’15, was elected to the ABA House of Delegates and Irene Lehne, ’14, was chosen to serve is division liaison to the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.