Elizabeth Reese was 15 and a prospective freshman when she first set foot on the Stanford campus. She was 22 when she visited again, surveying JD programs. But it was years later, still, when she did what “felt like destiny” and finally accepted an offer on the Farm.
Signing employment papers on her 30th birthday, in February 2021, Reese became an assistant professor at Stanford Law, making her the first Native American faculty member at the school.
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