Co-Chair, Master Schedule
Cara Duchene was born in Houston, Texas and raised in Scottsdale, Arizona. She is a third year BYU Law student. During high school, she went on service missions to Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Juneau, Alaska through a non-denominational church, and later served a Spanish-speaking full-time mission in Houston, TX for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She graduated with honors from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and published an honors thesis entitled “Investigating Psychotherapy Strategies for Latter-day Saints with Same-sex Attraction.” She served as SBA president 2015-2016 and spent summer 2015 as an intern in Madrid, Spain for the international firm Hogan Lovells. In her spare time Cara enjoys literature, yoga, photography, and competitive swimming. Cara enjoyed volunteering with the International Law and Religion Symposium in 2014 and working on the Master Schedule in 2015. For Symposisum 2016 she returns as Master Schedule Co-Chair.