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Lisa E. D'Aunno
Law School's Law Quadrangle Notes

Lisa D'Aunno graduated from Notre Dame in 1978 and received her J.D. from Michigan in 1984. Before attending law school, she spent three years working with non-profit agencies in Baltimore, MD, where she assisted and advised low-income neighborhood residents on strategies to enable them to receive their share of city services.

She also has worked at
the U-M Institute of Gerontology, organizing nursing home patients and their families. She is clinical assistant professor in the Child Advocacy Clinic.

-- From the University of Michigan Law School's Law Quadrangle Notes, V. 32, Iss. 03 (Spring 1988).