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Rhonda Scott
2014 Baltimore Scholar

" With this experience, I seek to improve upon the critical thinking skills that I have acquired in nursing so that I may excel in my studies and develop a profound understanding of the legal system in theory as well as in practice."



Undergraduate School: Coppin State University
Status:  1L University of Baltimore School of Law
Anticipated graduation year:    2018
Undergraduate Major:  Nursing
Hometown:  Baltimore , MD


"I am actively involved in the development, review, revision and implementation of policies, procedures and protocol that meet evidence based standards of nursing practice."


  • Dean's Award for achieving the highest GPA in program of study,2013
  • Chi Eta Phi Nursing Sorority, 2013
  • Mary Mahoney Honor Society,May 2013
  • American Nurses Association, January 2013
  • Maryland Nurses Association, January 2013
  • Infusion Nurses Society Member- February, 2010
  • Certified Registered Nurse Infusion, 2010
  • Staff Development Certification in Long Term Care, 2012
  • CPR BLS Instructor


“My main purpose for pursuing a law degree is to utilize my knowledge of the legal process and position as an attorney to help facilitate change in the healthcare system in the United States. I plan to ensure that healthcare providers are given the resources necessary to provide effective and efficient care to the communities. I will lobby legislators, making them aware of crucial issues in the clinical setting that is impeding quality client care. If I can’t get healthcare laws changed that way, then I will run for office myself.”

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