Gonzaga Law Dual Degree Candidate Selected to WSBA Juvenile Law Section

Gonzaga Law student Jenna Bock.

December 13, 2017

Gonzaga University School of  Law J.D./MSW candidate Jenna Bock was recently selected to represent Gonzaga Law in the Washington State Bar Association’s Juvenile Law Section.

According to WSBA.org, the Juvenile Law Section "creates a venue and an opportunity for a broad representation of juvenile justice and child welfare participants to work on systems improvements that impact children, youth and their families." Ms. Bock will complete her MSW in 2018 and her J.D. in 2019 through Gonzaga Law’s dual degree program.

Ms. Bock works as an intern with the City of Spokane’s Community, Housing and Human Services program and has volunteered with both the Crosswalk Youth Homeless Shelter and Disability Rights Washington in Spokane. Prior to law school, she was actively involved in juvenile justice, and sexual and domestic violence advocacy while an undergraduate in Wisconsin.

Learn more about Gonzaga Law's dual degree programs.