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MCS Shareholder Jennifer Ryback Admitted to Practice Before the U.S. Supreme Court

McGuire, Craddock & Strother congratulates shareholder Jennifer Larson Ryback, who has been admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Jennifer was one of 12 members of the SMU Dedman School of Law Emerging Leader and Executive Boards to travel to Washington, D.C., for a November 7 swearing-in ceremony.

The SMU Emerging Leader Board is designed to help foster the next generation of leaders in the legal community. Those selected for the Emerging Leader Board have graduated from SMU Law in the past 20 years, have a proven record of success in the legal profession and a strong dedication to public service.

She joined attorneys Amy Natasha Osteen, Clay G Small, Jim Baldwin, Vicki Blanton, Darwin J. Bruce, Jordan Campbell, Ashley Cook, Clement Osimetha, David Schulte, Hope Shimabuku, and SMU Dedman School of Law Dean Jason P. Nance in the once-in-a-lifetime honor. Dallas trial lawyer Mike Gruber served as the movant during the ceremony.