About Natalie Holzaepfel

Natalie is passionate about the law and recently founded a startup, Aliro Immigration, to increase access to immigration services. Prior to her startup, Natalie worked in New York as a white collar defense and internal investigations associate at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton and in California at Perkins Coie. Natalie also clerked for Judge J. Clifford Wallace of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and for Judge James G. Carr of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio.

While attending The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, Natalie served as a managing editor of the Ohio State Law Journal, interned in the Education Section of the Office of the Ohio Attorney General, and worked in the General Counsel’s Office at the Department of Housing and Urban Development. She also was a judicial extern to Judge Jeffrey Sutton of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.

Kicking Up Your 1L Reading List

Kicking Up Your 1L Reading ListThis week we welcome guest writer and Law School Toolbox tutor Natalie Holzaepfel to talk about what to read the summer before 1L year to get ready!

With the summer before law school in full swing, you’re probably going and back forth between being both thrilled and terrified about law school starting in a few months. Your summer before law school is a great time to relax poolside with some reading that will not only remind you why you decided to go to law school, but also what it’ll take to get you through. [Read more…]

Using Your Law Degree for a Career in Social Entrepreneurship

Using Your Law Degree for a Career in Social EntrepreneurshipThis week we welcome Natalie Holzaepfel, bar and law school tutor, to talk about how you can find an alternative legal career path in the area of social entrepreneurship.

During law school, we’re primed to walk the traditional path into a role as an attorney, whether that’s at a law firm, in government, or at a non-profit. But there are many other options worth exploring, whether you’re still in law school or already in practice. Right now, an increasing number of attorneys are using their law degrees in the growing field of social entrepreneurship. [Read more…]