DM: I looked at schools everywhere because I knew that I wanted to work with women specifically. So I was looking at internships and externship opportunities with certain schools that offered opportunities to go abroad again (I looked into Notre Dame pretty seriously), and then I looked at places that worked with the Women's Project and ACLU. So I kind of used that as my narrowing criteria.
I looked at schools that had something for human rights law, which is what women's law falls under. I looked at schools that specialized in those things versus corporate law or something, which is interesting, but just not my cup of tea. I narrowed it down based on what the certain schools offered in terms of human rights law and then externships and opportunities like that, and then Cincinnati was the one that kept on sticking out. I learned about their master's program really late, actually, in the application cycle. And I was like, there's no way that I'll get in. But that's kind of how I thought for the Global Citizen thing, too, if I'm going to be honest. And I was like, okay, but I'll just apply and see. And sure enough, I got in. I'm really ecstatic about it.