Cory Lacy

3L, Staff Writer

Cory Lacy was born and raised in Thousand Oaks, California, where he attended Thousand Oaks High School.  He graduated from California State University, Chico, with a degree in Political Science and a certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution.  Since he began at TJSL, Cory has spent four semesters as a Law Clerk for the San Diego Office of the Public Defender.  Cory currently works as a Law Clerk for the San Diego District Attorney’s Office in the Family Protection Division.  Cory also serves as the Chief Notes Editor of the Thomas Jefferson Law Review.  In addition, Cory is active with the Student Bar Association and is a pupil member of the Hon. J. Clifford Wallace Chapter of the American Inns of Court.  In his free time, Cory enjoys working out, golfing, mountain biking, relaxing, and spending time with friends and family.

Cory Lacy, Thomas Jefferson Law Review



Student Publication: A Long and Weary Road

One of the greatest achievements a student can obtain in law school, or any sort of educational institute for that matter, is scholarly...
By Cory Lacy | February 19, 2012

Get 'Em While They're Hot: Thomas Jefferson Law Review's Newest Edition

In case you haven't noticed, the newest edition of Thomas Jefferson Law Review (TJLR) is now available.  This issue is jam packed with...
By Cory Lacy | September 22, 2011

Thomas Jefferson Law Review Annual Writing Competition

The annual Thomas Jefferson Law Review (TJLR) Writing Competition could be your ticket on to law review.  Membership on law review is...
By Cory Lacy | May 3, 2011