Caitlin Lanning is a third year law student. She graduated from John Carroll University in 2010 with a B.S. in Biology with a concentration in Environmental Studies. At John Carroll, Caitlin was a member of the 2007 Varsity Swimming and Diving team, Survivorship Chair for the 2008 Relay For Life of John Carroll University, and Co-Chair for Production for the 2009 Relay For Life of John Carroll University. During the summer of 2011, Caitlin clerked for the General Counsel at Catholic Charities Health and Human Services. In addition to her work at Catholic Charities, Caitlin also interned with the Cleveland Homeless Legal Assistance Program. During her second year, Caitlin worked as a legal assistant at Kendis & Associates Co., L.P.A. Caitlin currently works as a law clerk at Rademaker, Matty, Henrikson & Greve LLC. Caitlin’s note, Mapping Our Future: The Impact of Gene Patents on Scientific Research and Health Care in the United States, will be published in the Journal of Law and Health, Volume 26, Issue 2 (forthcoming Spring 2013). In addition to her membership with the Journal of Law and Health, Caitlin is also the Vice President of the Women’s Law Student Association (“WLSA”).