|Areas of Interest:||Litigation|
|Networks:||2020 Summer Associate; Foley Hoag - Boston; University of Pennsylvania Law School|
|Hometown:||Great Neck, NY|
I have completed my second year at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where I am a member of the Law Review and a research assistant for Professor Jean Galbraith. I graduated cum laude with a B.A. in Mathematics and Psychology from Williams College in 2016. I interned last summer for the Honorable Jennifer C. Boal of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. I worked prior to law school as a paralegal at Rose, Chinitz & Rose in Boston, where I assisted in preparation for motion hearings, witness meetings, depositions, and trials in civil litigation. While in college, I served as research assistant at Williams College, researching the psychology-law interface, focusing on phenomena such as eyewitness misidentification and social biases in the legal system, and I interned with the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office in Mineola, New York.
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