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fishing, hiking, flying, and playing chess


A University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School student, Arthur Kerwin pursues a plethora of extracurricular activities, maintains many personal interests, and continually seeks ways to lend a hand to others. Arthur Kerwin acts as a tutor for potential law students on the LSAT, a half-day law admissions exam that is given only four times per year. He also has experience preparing high school students for the SAT exam and tutoring school-age children from a low-income housing development. Enthusiastic about working with individuals in need, Arthur Kerwin has spent portions of two years volunteering with the Naperville Loaves & Fishes Community Pantry. In the beginning, he assisted with inventory organization and large-scale food distribution events. At one point, he spent up to 15 hours a week with the program, creating documentation such as contracts and surveys. Most notably however, Arthur Kerwin co-piloted the "Adopt a Family” program. Diligently working toward his undergraduate degree from The University of Iowa, Arthur Kerwin joined the campus fraternity, Delta Upsilon. A two-time Dean's list student, he acted in various roles within the Greek system. As Inter-Fraternal Council Representative, he met with many members of the Greek community on behalf of his group. Arthur Kerwin also served as an Executive Board Member before rising to the position of Risk Management Chair and Secretary of the Iowa Chapter. In his free time, Arthur Kerwin remains physically active, enjoying fishing and hunting. He has hiked the mountains of Glacier National Park, a daylong, 30-mile expedition. His favorite hobby may be taking steps toward obtaining his pilot’s license; he has spent over 70 hours of training in the air. His favorite quote is, "The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity."

Work experience

Sep 2010Present

Law Student

University of Wisconsin



Bachelor of Arts

The University of Iowa