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A Wyoming native, Saige grew up in Powell. She attended Northwest Community College for two years earning an associates degree before finishing up her bachelor's degree in Communications from the University of Wyoming in 2015.
With her communications degree, Saige believes in keeping an open mind, but she did have a strong desire to help people and that desire attracted her to law school.
While in law school, she has participated in the Phillip A. Jessup International Moot Court Competition, and served as a Research Assistant for Professor Darrell Jackson. It was in this position that Saige really felt drawn to criminal law.
Saige decided to apply for the student director position because in addition to gaining the practical experience that the clinic offers, she could work with her other classmates for a common purpose.
"I was fortunate to be chosen as Professor Jackson's research assistant, and under his direction learned so much about criminal law and prosecution," she says. "The best way for me to continue to learn as much as I could was to apply to be the director of the prosecution assistant program clinic."