IJ Turns to Human Action Network To Soup Up Attorney Staff

January 1, 2001

January 2001

IJ Turns to Human Action Network To Soup Up Attorney Staff

By Chip Mellor

Marni Soupcoff epitomizes how IJ’s development of human capital pays off. Marni is an alumna of IJ’s clerking and law student programs. Through this experience, Marni was immersed in the “IJ Way” and, as a result, was immediately able to assume significant responsibility when she arrived as our newest staff attorney last September. Marni is litigating economic liberty, property rights and other constitutional cases.

Marni’s unassuming demeanor cloaks a core of steel and determination that she has called upon throughout her life to take on new challenges, overcome adversity and achieve success.

She has already added to our nation’s advancement of individual liberty, serving as co-president of the Federalist Society chapter at Stanford (where she attended law school) and founding a libertarian club at Johns Hopkins University, where she earned membership in Phi Beta Kappa. So welcome Marni, and expect her to make a real mark at IJ and in courts across America.

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