Patricia Pérez

Areas of Interest: Business
Networks: 2018 Summer Associate; Foley Hoag - Boston; Northeastern University School of Law
Looking For: A fast-paced entrepreneurial environment that allows for growth throughout my legal career.
Hometown: Toa Alta, PR
Bio: I completed my second year at Northeastern University School of Law, where I am member of the Law Review and the Admissions Committee, and I graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in Political Science from Boston University in 2016. I interned last summer for the Massachusetts State Senate Committee on Ways and Means, where I analyzed proposed legislation and talking points on bills related to marijuana policy, reasonable accommodations for pregnant and lactating workers, and expungement laws for juvenile offenders. During college I worked as a membership and program specialist for the Boston University Fitness & Recreation Center; interned with Millennium Campus Network, assisting with a conference to train college students as future leaders in global development; and served as a mother’s helper for a family with young children.

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