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It's All About the U: Former Student Bar Association President Featured on the Cover of Miami Magazine

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Christine Job, J.D. '13, being congratulated by University of Miami President Donna E. Shalala at May 11 Commencement ceremony

Christine Job, J.D. '13, being congratulated by University of Miami President Donna E. Shalala at May 11 Commencement ceremony. (Photo: Nick Madigan/Miami Law) Full-Size Photo

Christine Job, the former President of Miami Law's Student Bar Association, is pictured on the cover of the latest issue of Miami magazine, the University of Miami's publication for alumni. Job, who graduated on May 11, was one of four students highlighted in the cover story, titled "Putting the U in Community."

Job, a winner of the Joseph H. Bogosian Student Leadership Award, spoke in the article about giving back. "Service doesn't mean you have to plant trees, and it doesn't have to be something huge," she said. "It means coming from a loving and kind part of yourself, thinking of others before yourself, and thinking about how others will be affected by the things you do."

A native of Suwanee, Ga., Job earned a business degree from the University of Georgia before coming to Miami Law to pursue a joint J.D./M.M. degree in law and music business. During her time at Miami Law, she served as a first-year senator and president of the SBA's Inter-Club Council. She also counseled budding entrepreneurs at The Launch Pad at UM and was involved in the Mindfulness in the Law Joint Task Force of South Florida.

After the traditional one-year term at the helm of the SBA, Job handed her gavel to the incoming President, Jenna Winchester, in April.

Click here to read the article in the Spring 2013 issue of Miami Magazine.

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Cover of the Spring 2013 issue of <i>Miami</i> Magazine

Cover of the Spring 2013 issue of Miami Magazine. (Photo: Provided to Miami Law)