Current Law Clerks
Jake Young is a third-year student at the University of Virginia School of Law. At UVA, he is an editor for the Virginia Law Review, a member of the Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, and a competitor for the Extramural Moot Court team. Last summer, Jake worked for the CFA Institute, the world’s largest association of investment professionals, as an intern for their Professional Conduct team, which investigates and prosecutes accusations of wrongdoing by CFA charterholders. Prior to law school, Jake studied Economics and Finance at Utah Valley University, where he graduated as the Valedictorian and passed Level I of the CFA exam. After graduation, he will clerk for the Honorable Jerry E. Smith of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
Olivia Yining Bei
Olivia Yining Bei is a 2021 J.D. Candidate at the Duke University School of Law. At Duke Law, she is an active member of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association and an editor of Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum. Last summer, she interned for Judge Roslynn R. Mauskopf at the U.S. district court for the Eastern District of New York. Prior to law school, Olivia studied International Relations at the University of Southern California. In her spare time, Olivia enjoys cooking, hiking, driving and traveling.
On Bar Exam Hiatus
Christina Stone is a third-year law student at the University of North Carolina School of Law. Last summer, Christina served as an intern with the Federal Communications Commission Office of General Counsel’s Connect2Health Task Force, where she assisted with developing communications-based solutions to address health access issues in rural and underserved urban areas. Previously, Christina served as a health law and policy intern in the NC House of Representatives and as an extern with the NC Attorney General’s Office in the Medicaid Investigations Division. Christina graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2017 with a double major in Political Science and Media and Journalism. In her free time, Christina enjoys reading and horseback riding.
Current Undergraduate Pre-Law Intern
Noah Luckenbaugh is a rising senior undergraduate student at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. At Holy Cross, Noah is pursuing a major in economics and has completed requirements for a minor in Chinese. After spending two years as a member of Holy Cross’ Division One men’s baseball team, this will be Noah’s second summer serving as the Firm’s undergraduate pre-law intern. In his free time, Noah enjoys learning languages, studying philosophy, and weightlifting.
Law Clerks Emeriti – Archived Entries
Robert Donahue is a 2019 J.D. Candidate at the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. There, he focuses on transactional law, along with the novel business and regulatory challenges raised by breakthrough technologies. Rob is a Student Fellow at the Georgetown Center for the Constitution. This past summer, he split his time between the in-house legal team at Comstock Companies, a Northern Virginia real estate developer, and the Judge David L. Bazelon Center, a D.C. 501(c)(3) advocating for individuals with mental disabilities. Prior to law school, Rob studied British History at Kenyon College, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts.
Madison McWithey is a third-year law student at Boston College Law School. At BC, she currently serves as the Co-Chair for the Law and Religion Program and participated in the Mock Trial and Moot Court intra-school competitions. She works as a Teacher’s Assistant for Law Practice, where she teaches first-year law students research strategies and legal writing skills. Last summer, Madison interned at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Dallas. Prior to law school, Madison studied History and English at the University of Virginia.
Sean Hunt is a rising 3L at the University of Virginia School of Law, a member of the Virginia Environmental Law Forum, and on the editorial board of the Virginia Tax Review. Last year, Sean worked as an intern for the Superior Court of D.C. under the Honorable Judge Jennifer A. Di Toro. Before beginning his legal career, Sean worked in Beijing, China, and Guilin, China for three years as a university English teacher. During his free time, Sean enjoys researching potential investments and learning about world history.
Tyler Hastings has completed two years of law school at University of California, Los Angeles. While in law school, Tyler contributed to a report on creating a market system for water rights in California. During his 1L summer, Tyler worked with the in-house legal team at a Fortune 500 technology company in Silicon Valley. Prior to law school, Tyler worked for several years as a paralegal at an immigration law firm in Washington, DC. He also has experience as a newspaper reporter. Tyler has a bachelor of art’s degree in Political Science from the University of Vermont.
Stuart Dong is a third-year law student at The George Washington University Law School. At GW, Stuart is a member of the AIPLA Quarterly Journal. Last year, Stuart worked as an intern for the Superior Court of D.C. under the Honorable Judge Gerald I. Fisher. This past summer, Stuart worked In-House at State Farm Insurance in their Corporate Law Department. Prior to law school, Stuart worked as an operations analyst for a company in Utah. Stuart has a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Brigham Young University.
Maria Cho is a JD/MBA graduate of Emory University School of Law. At Emory, she focused on transactional law. Maria first became interested in practicing law when she interned at Asian Americans Advancing Justice and provided oral and written translation in Korean for the attorneys. Maria is now interested in bankruptcy law and has externed in the United States Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California. Maria has a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations (Global Business) from the University of Southern California.
Chase Mayer is a rising 3L at the University of Virginia School of Law, where he is on the editorial board of the Virginia Journal of Criminal Law. Last summer, Chase was an Ackerman Fellow for Charleston Pro Bono Legal Services, and a Legal Intern at the Lynchburg Commonwealth Attorney’s Office. Prior to law school, Chase interned with several Fortune 500 companies in supply chain roles. Chase has a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Southern Oregon University, where he graduated summa cum laude and was active in student government. In his free time, Chase enjoys reading fiction and swing dancing.
Hydn Park is a third-year law student at Vanderbilt University Law School. Throughout law school, Hydn has worked in-house for the Nashville Predators NHL team, assisted various professors in writing books on topics ranging from American corporations to neuroscience, worked for the Maryland Department of Health, and performed transactional work for non-profit organizations. Prior to law school, she worked for a sportswear manufacturing company in Oregon. Hydn has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Music from Fordham University at Lincoln Center. In her free time, Hydn enjoys skiing, learning languages, and knitting.