Assigned to be the primary student representative to six clients who were, possibly, wrongly convicted of crimes. Assisted in the preparation of an appeal that ultimately resulted in the reversal of a client’s conviction after 25 years of wrongful imprisonment. Assisted clients in obtaining D.N.A. testing of forensic evidence.
Magistrate Judge Gabriel Gorenstein, U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
Drafted memos. Researched and summarized case law.
Altman, Kritzer, & Levick, P.C
Organized legal documents related to commercial real estate transactions for Home Depot.
J.D. (2004) | Law
Honors: Dean's Scholar Elected National Team Oralist, Moot Court Honor Society Semifinalist, National First Amendment Moot Court Competition, Vanderbilt University, 2004 Quarterfinalist, National Criminal Procedure Tournament, University of San Diego, 2003
Activities: Received invitation to participate in the Innocence Project clinic
B.A. (1999) | Double Major: Political Science & Theater Arts
Honors: Member and Award Recipient of National Theater Honors Society (Alpha Psi Omega)
Activities: President of Students Involved in Recycling and the Environment Teacher’s Assistant to Dr. Neil Penn, History of Western Civilization Part II