• Corinne Cichowicz standing next to a sign for William and Mary Law School

Corinne Cichowicz

William & Mary Law School


Politics and History


Why did you choose this law school?
I greatly admired the sense of community I felt from the moment I walked onto their campus, which translates into a sense of camaraderie in the classroom.

Where else were you accepted?
Villanova, Drexel, Penn State, Widener Delaware

What are your future plans (in law school and beyond)?
I intend to practice criminal law, and hope to eventually specialize in human rights litigation.

What other interesting thing can you tell us about yourself?
I’m a huge music junkie, I’ve been to over 20 concerts and have different playlists for various activities.

Impact of Ursinus

How has Ursinus prepared you for law school?
I learned how to finesse my writing, make coherent and concise written arguments, become a confident orator, and a diligent worked. All of these attributes will benefit me in law school and throughout my legal career.

What was your most memorable moment in class (or otherwise)?
Watching 4th of July fireworks from Pfahler roof with Campus Safety and summer residents, we saw close to 20 shows in all different directions!

How did you stay involved on campus?
I was a Resident Advisor, a Writing Fellow, the Students Today Alumni Tomorrow President, on the Judiciary Board, and participated in Summer Fellows.