Meet the Branch
As rewarding as the law school experience can be, that it is arduous and grueling is unavoidable. Working hard is important but doing just and only that is a horribly inefficient way to get any enjoyment out of this experience. The Programming branch is committed to making the law school experience a bit more enjoyable by providing for opportunities where students can connect with one another in a relaxing atmosphere outside of the classroom. To do this, we plan and execute various social events throughout the year, from weekly events like Thirsty Thursdays and Bar Reviews to major events like Barristers’ Ball.
Karly Bader was appointed the Student Bar Association Vice President of Programming for the 2017-2018 Academic Year.
Karly was born and raised in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. After receiving a Bachelor’s degree in advertising from Syracuse University, she moved to New York City where she worked in digital advertising for four years on brands such as adidas, Frédéric Fekkai Haircare, and HomeGoods.
Karly is a 2L and a member of the Marshall Inn. In addition to her work with the Student Bar Association, she is also a Writing Fellow and the Vice President of the Student Health Law Association. Prior to that, Karly served as the Assistant Director of Major Programming during to her 1L year.
This past summer, Karly worked at the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Office of Ethics.
Karly is a firm believer that taking time to celebrate our accomplishments is as important as doing the work that it takes to get there. And that ice cream fixes everything.