Judicial Interns

Tobin G. Abraham (B.C. Law School ’15.)


Amanda Adam (Suffolk University Law School ’16; now associate at Ropes & Gray)


Mikela Almeida (Roger Williams University School of Law ’16; Law Clerk to the Honorable Debra L. Olsson, Superior Court of New Jersey; Former Law Clerk to the Honorable Siobhan A. Teare, Associate Judge of the Rhode Island Worker Compensation Court. Hired as Assistant District Attorney, Middlesex County.)


Fess Arnish (Massachusetts School of Law)


Abigail Avorie, Assistant Attorney General for the Federal States of Micronesia


Jared Ballin (Roger Williams University School of Law ’13; now associate at Ballin & Associates, LLC. Recipient, Massachusetts Judges Conference's Award for the Advancement of the Administration of Justice.)


Stephanie Bennett (Curry Coll. '15; now Community Residence Counselor at McLean Hospital.)


Robert Buchholz (New England Law ’12; Associate at Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP; Former associate at Mintz Levin; Former law clerk to Honorable Robert J. Cordy; former editor-in- chief for the New England Law Review; adjunct faculty, New England School of Law.)


Sara Rain Buser (Tufts’14.)


AJ Capano. (New England Law ’15; now Director, Business Legal Affairs at

Commonwealth Diagnostics International, Inc.)


Shelby V. Carpenter (Tufts '15.)


Amanda Chaves (Suffolk University Law School ’13; now Assistant District Attorney for Barnstable County. Recipient, Massachusetts Judges Conference's Award for the Advancement of the Administration of Justice.)


Kelley R. Cohen (Tufts ’14; now at BU Law ’19.)


Lily Connolly (Suffolk University Law School ’17; now Judicial Law Clerk, United States Immigration Court-Boston)


Tania Curley (University of Massachusetts School of Law ’14; now attorney for

Beacon Hill Staffing Group)

Hannah Dayle Carlin (Tufts ‘ 15; now at B.U. Law ’18 where she is Managing Editor of the Boston University Law Review; just accepted a position as Judicial Law Clerk for Honorable Mark V. Green, Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Appeals Court; accepted as Judicial Law Clerk to Honorable Bruce Selya, United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit for 2019-2020.)


Steve Deering (Roger Williams University Law School ’11; now Agreement Associate at Partners Health Care.)


Vincent N. DePalo, Judicial Fellow (University of New Hampshire Law ‘13; while judicial intern, authored “Stiff Medicine: The Medicare Lien Process” which appeared in the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys Journal (November 2014); Co-author, “Attorney Voir Dire Comes to Massachusetts: The Republic is Safe”, Suffolk University School of Law Journal of Trial and Appellate Advocacy. Vol . XXII, Issue 1 (2016-2017); now trial attorney with Smith Duggan Buell & Rufo LLP of Boston; guest lecturer at Tufts University, Northeastern University School of Law and the Roger Williams University School of Law. Recipient, Massachusetts Judges Conference's Award for the Advancement of the Administration of Justice.)


Cameron Depres (Roger Williams Law School ’17)


Sawyer P. Dew (Tufts ’16; now account executive at NetSuite, a cloud technology

company)


Caroline Dias (Roger Williams Law School ‘17; now Judicial Law Clerk, Rhode Island Supreme Court.)


Andrew Dunning (Boston University School of Law ’12; Contract Specialist at

Siemens Healthineers.)


Julian Egolf (New England School of Law ’13.)


Thomas Farrell (presently at Roger Williams Law School ’18)


Bradley Fay, II (B.C. Law ’15; attorney in the ERISA Group at Seward & Kissel LLP in New York City.) 


Titi Finnih  (Massachusetts School of Law ‘14 ; Legal Justice Access, Public Relations Director.) 


Hayden Forrest (Tufts ’14.)


David Gately (B.U, Law ’13; now Attorney-Advisor, Office of the Solicitor at U.S. Department of the Interior.)

Judicial Law Clerk for Honorable Maureen McKenna Goldberg, Justice, Rhode Island Supreme Court.Louisa Gibbs (New England Law ‘14; Staff Attorney at Northeast Justice Center; Former Judicial Law Clerk at the United States Bankruptcy Court in Rhode Island.)


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Victoria Goetz (B.C. Law ‘16; Assistant Attorney General - Civil Division, State of Rhode Island.)


Sam Gold (Tufts ’15; now Penn Law ’20. accepted into the United States Navy JAG Corps summer internship in Washington, D.C. for Summer 2018.)


Zachary Gregoricus (New England Law ’16; Former Judicial Law Clerk at the United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Massachusetts. Now working at Curran Antonelli LLP in New York, concentrating in bankruptcy and litigation.)


Thomas Hajj (Roger Williams School of Law ‘12 ).


Yaw Gyebi, Jr. (Assistant Corporation Counsel, City of Boston; Assistant District Attorney for Suffolk County - member of Gang and Major Felony Units; Chief of Enforcement, Massachusetts Commission against Discrimination; now Chief of Enforcement and Investigations, Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission.)


Caroline Howe (Tufts ‘14; now at University of Michigan Law School ’19.)


Elizabeth Hickey (Roger Williams School of Law ’15; now Manager of ADR at the

American Arbitration Association in Providence, Rhode Island.)


Kara Iskendarian (Tufts ‘15); now at Duke Law ’18; to be commissioned as a United States Navy JAG Officer within the next several months.)


Eshaan Jaan (University of Vermont ’18.)


Lesley Jackson (Roger Williams School of Law ’14. Recipient, Massachusetts Judges Conference's Award for the Advancement of the Administration of Justice.)


Matt Karambelas (Boston College Law School ’14; now associate at Mintz Levin.)


Grant Keating (hired as high school student, now at Princeton University ’18.)


Alex Kerrigan (Cornell Law School ’15; now associate at Goodwin Procter LLP.)


James Kern (Roger Williams Law School ’18).


Amy K. Kim (Tufts ’16).


Edward Kim (Northeastern University ’17.)


Emma A. Kingdon (B.C. Law School ’15; now Judge Advocate General (JAG) for the United States Army. Abraham Lincoln: A Model for Today's Trial Lawyers' by Honorable Dennis J. Curran and Emma Kingdon. The​ Lincoln ​Herald​. (Summer, 2018) (accepted for publication) Abraham Lincoln: A Model for Today’s Trial Lawyers'. By Dennis J. Curranand Emma Kingdon. Massachusetts Law Review. Vol. 97, No. 1. (October, 2015.)  


Michael LaRocco (Roger Williams School of Law; now Suffolk University Sawyer Business School ‘17; client service specialist at Reskin Planning Group.)


Jenna D. Leavitt (B.U. ; now graduate student in Psychology at B.U.)


Andrew Lo (B.U. Law School ’11; now attorney at Plymouth Rock Assurance.)


Brendon Lombardo (Lasell College ’18.)


Katie McCann (Roger Williams School of Law ‘12 ; now attorney at Diana, Conti & Tunila, LLP in Hartford, Connecticut concentrating in estate planning and probate law.)


Maura Rose McQuade (Tufts ’16; Executive Assistant, Office of the President of the United States; now at Georgetown University School of Foreign Service ‘18; contributing author, “Measuring the Outcomes of Acquisition Reform by Major Department of Defense Components.” (Center for Strategic and International Studies.)


Ellen Marie Metzger (B.C. Law ’16; now at Goodwin Procter LLP in Washington,

D.C.)


Rebecca M. Mitchell O’Brien (B.C. Law ’15.)


Christopher Moran (Roger Williams School of Law ’17; now Judicial Law Clerk, Connecticut Supreme Court.)


Tepe Nyada (Roger Williams School of Law ’17; presently Judicial Intern).


Evan O’Connor (B.C. Law ’15; now attorney at Burns White LLC.)


Melissa O’Mara (New England Law ‘17; recipient, Massachusetts State Without

StigMA Champion Award from the Governor of Massachusetts.; former Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Angela F. Borkowski, Superior Court of New Jersey; just passed the bar.)


Gregory Paonessa (New England Law ‘14; Former associate at Donovan Hatem LLP. Now associate at Burns & Levenson, LLP)


Thomas Y. Patrick (B.C. Law ‘16; Judicial Law Clerk to Associate Justice Robert J.

Lynn of the New Hampshire Supreme Court.)


Janielle Peiczarka (B.C. Law ‘16; now attorney at Gennari Aronson LLP.)


Morgan Peterson (Tufts ’15; now applying to law school; co-author with Justice Curran, "An Analysis of Jury Composition by Educational Level". Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. Vol. 47, Issue 5. (January 29, 2018) Will be attending the University of California at Irvine Law School in fall 2018..)


Timothy Wein Pien (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Law School ’15; tax consultant at Deloitte Tax LLP)


Jennifer S. Rabbino (Tufts ’16; Legal Assistant at AST Financial.)


Alexandra C. Rawson (Roger Williams School of Law ’18; Judicial Law Clerk for Honorable Maureen McKenna Goldberg, Justice, Rhode Island Supreme Court.)


Rebecca D. Rubin (Tufts ‘15; now at Fordham Law ’20.)


Tatiana Rugel (Roger Williams University School of Law ’17; now Assistant District

Attorney in Kings County District Attorney’s Office.)


Martin Sabounjian (Roger Williams University ‘ 12; now at Suffolk Law School ’18; law clerk at Shaevel, Krems, O’Connor & Jackowitz LLP)


Yumna S. Siddique (B.C. Law ’15)


Britt E. St. George (nee Lees) (B.C. Law ‘16; now Associate Legal Counsel at Celtra, Inc.


Hannah Tavella (Suffolk University Law School ’18); law clerk at Dante G. Mummolo DBA Law Offices.


Raquel Thomas (Roger Williams University School of Law ’12); staff attorney at Committee for Public Counsel Services. Recipient, Massachusetts Judges Conference's Award for the Advancement of the Administration of Justice.)


Ryan C. Tompkins (B.C. Law ’15; Judicial Law Clerk at the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court; now attorney at Kotin Crabtree & Strong in Boston, concentrating in estate planning).


Emma Thornton


Nicholas Walsh (Suffolk Law ‘14; Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney. Recipient, Massachusetts Judges Conference's Award for the Advancement of the Administration of Justice.)


Michael Weinberg (Roger Williams University School of Law ’17; legal assistant at Heitke Cook Antoch LLC.)


Laura Weiss Anderson (B.C. Law ’16; author, “Simple and Sophisticated Estate Tax Planning for Spouses” article. (September, 2015.)


Matthew R. Wood (Suffolk Law; then Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law ’15;

passed New York state bar; now at Davis Polk, practicing in Executive Compensation Group.)


Brendan Wright (Providence College ’12; Roger Williams University School of Law

’15; Compliance Analyst, Officer at State Street.)


Phillip Myles Zabriskie. Judicial Fellow. (Franklin & Marshall '13; now Manager, Finance and Administration, DDCues, LLC. Recipient, Massachusetts Judges Conference's Award for the Advancement of the Administration of Justice.)