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30 Under 30: Law & Policy

Ellis Forbes.jpgForbes Magazine has taken it upon itself to find “30 under-30-year-olds who are making their mark in the world of law and policy.” Two Dartmouth alums made the list: Michael Ellis ‘06 (right) of the Yale Law School, who will soon be clerking for Judge Jeffrey Sutton of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals; and Joe Malchow ‘08 (below), a Stanford Law student who co-founded Internet advertising firm Integer.

Malchow Forbes.jpgAt the College, Ellis was the Editor-in-Chief of the Dartmouth Review, and Malchow was prominent in the campaign against the revised alumni constitution and in the election to the Board of petition trustee candidates TJ Rodgers, Peter Robinson, Todd Zywicki and Stephen Smith. More importantly, Malchow created Dartblog, for which he won the America’s Future Foundation’s College Blogger award in 2008 (and its $10,000 prize).

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