Honors Judicial Intern with the Hon. Robert S. Murphy, Jr., Springfield District Court
Business managing editor, New England Law Review; President, Intellectual Property Law Association
Most interesting experience before law school.
Living abroad in Australia. Uprooting my life and moving to another country forced me to live outside my comfort zone because every single thing I did was new. I did so many things that I wouldn’t ordinarily do, like trusting strangers or traveling and not really having a plan. It was interesting, challenging, and very rewarding.
One of the best experiences I’ve had at law school.
Law Review is special. It’s helped me as a student to be more focused—and it’s opened a lot of doors. It started a domino effect. First, it helped me to be prepared and get selected for an honors judicial internship.Then that internship helped me get my post-graduate job clerking for two years in New Hampshire Superior Court.
Why did I choose New England Law?
I visited all the schools where I got accepted. I felt an instant connection here with the students and the professors.