The University of Pittsburgh School of Law's Ambassadors are dedicated law students and alumni who can help you learn more about what makes Pitt Law a dynamic and engaging learning environment for your legal education. Learn about the Pitt Law experience directly from students and alumni themselves. Feel free to contact any of our ambassadors to start a conversation about attending Pitt Law.
Raven Moore, Class of 2020
Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA
Academic Interests: Criminal Law
Pitt Law Favorites: Pitt Law feels like a community; the faculty and staff are kind and always willing to answer questions, give advice, and discuss their experiences.
Fun Fact: Raven loves to write and enjoys reading books that aren't law-related when she has time. She graduated from Penn State with a degree in Sociology and a minor in Business. Raven interns at the Pennsylvania Innocence Project and serves as the Vice President of BLSA.
Stephanie Moore, Class of 2020
Hometown: New Castle, PA
Academic Interests: Sports and Entertainment Law, Contracts
Pitt Law Favorites: The faculty and staff at Pitt Law are extremely resourceful and willing to help students through their law school journey. The professors, professional development office, and the admissions team make coming to Pitt Law a seamless and unforgettable experience.
Fun Facts: Stephanie’s passion for the sports and entertainment industry led her to intern with the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Steelers during her undergraduate years. She graduated from Pitt with a degree in business/marketing and a minor in Italian. Stephanie studied abroad in Rome and loves all things Italian (especially the fashion)!
Nick Logan, Class of 2020
Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA
Academic Interests: Family Law
Pitt Law Favorites: In only a year, Pitt Law teaches you enough law to start functioning in the legal field. Faculty and other students help you network, and the connections you make are incredible.
Fun Fact: Nick is the oldest of 7 siblings! He can solve a Rubix Cube in under a minute. Nick double-majored in Sociology and Psychology at Pitt, and currently interns for the Honorable Kim D. Eaton at the Allegheny County Courthouse.
Kaitlyn Saal-Ridpath, Class of 2020
Hometown: Collegeville, PA
Academic Interests: Public health and food law
Pitt Law Favorites: The Pitt Law community is welcoming and accessible. Each and every professor and administrator wants to see students excel and that is evident in the way they go above and beyond to help and check-in.
Fun Fact: Kaitlyn once bought a goat for her host family in Tanzania, and had to wrangle him onto a bus where he sat in the aisle for all of five minutes before getting bored and causing chaos.