Current Law Clerks
Brendan Clark is a third-year law student at William & Mary Law School. At William & Mary, Brendan has been involved with the moot court team and the Business Law Review and is past president of William & Mary’s Business Law Society. Brendan’s previous experience includes work with a general practice firm in Massachusetts, an employment discrimination firm in Connecticut, and a corporate firm in Delaware. Brendan plans to practice in Delaware following graduation and the bar. Brendan earned his B.A. summa cum laude from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. In his spare time, Brendan enjoys studying and writing on legal history and collecting antiques.
Michael Colgan is a third-year student at the University of Texas School of Law. Prior to coming to Texas, Mike graduated cum laude from St. Joseph’s University with a double major in History and Political Science. During law school, Mike has been a staff editor for the Texas Review of Law & Politics and is currently the Journals Administrative Editor, in addition to serving as Secretary for the First-Generation Law Students Society. Mike has worked for a general litigation firm, an employment law firm and has clerked with a civil district court. In his spare time, he enjoys training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and working on classic cars.
Nune Mamyan is a 2024 J.D. Candidate at the University of Southern California, Gould School of Law. Nune is the Senior Notes and Submissions Editor for the Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal. Prior to law school, Nune has received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology with a minor in Management, magna cum laude, from the University of California, Irvine. Nune has previously worked in a corporate and IP firm in Irvine, interned in-house at DIRECTV, and summered at a big law firm in LA doing transactional work. In her free time, Nune enjoys playing tennis, trying new restaurants, and spending time with her family, friends, and Pomeranian.
Jett Mickelson is a second-year law student at Georgetown University Law Center. At Georgetown, Jett serves as staff on The Georgetown Law Journal and as Co-President of the law school’s First Generation Student Union. Before law school, Jett received his B.S., summa cum laude, in Meteorology from the University of Oklahoma. In his free time, Jett enjoys weightlifting and solving chess puzzles.
Complex Litigation Coordinator
Noah Luckenbaugh is a 2021 graduate of the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. At Holy Cross, Noah received his degree in economics and completed a minor in Chinese. As an undergraduate, he spent two years as a member of Holy Cross’ Division One men’s baseball team. In his free time, Noah enjoys learning languages, reading, and weightlifting.
Former Visiting Person of Letters
Lyell is a Visiting Person of Letters at the Goldstein Law Firm and a recent graduate from the University of Texas School of Law, where he served as an Articles Editor for the Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal. Lyell graduated with a Bachelor of Science in electrical and computer engineering with a minor in mathematics. Before law school, Lyell worked as a power systems engineer for an electric utility and, later, an oil and gas consulting firm. Lyell enjoys playing basketball, traveling, and learning about mechanical watches in his free time.
Law Clerks Emeriti – Archived Entries
Yan Wang attends Notre Dame Law School. Yan is originally from Inner Mongolia, China, pursued her undergraduate studies in Shanghai before earning a master’s degree in public policy at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. After graduation, she launched her career in the Maryland and D.C. area doing health and education policy research. In 2019, Yan relocated to Bloomington, Indiana, with her husband, where they welcomed a daughter. Currently, she serves as the Treasurer of the First Generation Professionals organization at Notre Dame Law School. During summer 2023, she interned at the Court of Appeals of Indiana and supported two professors with research at both the Law School and Notre Dame’s Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities (LEO). Outside of her academic and professional life, Yan enjoys reading, cooking, and watching “Friends.” She lists Malcolm Gladwell as her favorite author and “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind” as her top book. An entrepreneur at heart, Yan founded a business investing in rental properties. Notably, she is the sole mother in her 2025 law school class and once survived a black bear encounter while hiking in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia.
Shelby Gendreau is a 2024 J.D. candidate at William & Mary Law School where she is a member of the William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, the President of the First Generation Student Alliance, and the Founder and President of the Tax Law Society. While in law school, she served as a Research Assistant for Dean Robert Kaplan and clerked for a law firm serving health care providers, where she reviewed and drafted contracts. Prior to law school, she graduated summa cum laude from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science in International Affairs and Political Science, and Honors in the Emergency Management and Homeland Security Certificate Program. In her free time, Shelby enjoys playing volleyball, skiing, and hiking with her German Shepherd-Lab, Loki.
Matthew Federman is a 2025 J.D. Candidate at the Fordham University School of Law. In law school Matt is a 1L representative for the Latin American Law Students Association (LALSA) and an active member of Fordham’s Sports Law Forum. Before law school Matt received a B.A. in Political Economy cum laude from Tulane University. For fun, Matt likes to cook, golf, fish, and follow Philadelphia sports.
Talha Muhammad is a 2024 J.D. candidate at the University of California, Irvine School of Law, where he is the president of the Muslim Law Student Association. While in law school, he participated in the Civil Rights Litigation Clinic and worked on multiple pro bono projects for fair redistricting and elections organizations. Additionally, he completed a Master of Religious Studies at the University of Chicago in June of 2021. Prior to law school, he graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Studies and a minor in Business Law. In his free time, Talha enjoys long-distance running, weightlifting, and spending time with his family.
Elizabeth Walsh is a 2025 J.D. Candidate at The University of Chicago Law School. Elizabeth participates in the Abrams Environmental Law Clinic and will serve as the president of the Environmental Law Society during her 2L year. Before law school, she graduated summa cum laude from The Pennsylvania State University with a B.S. in Finance and minors in International Business and Psychology. In her free time, Elizabeth enjoys practicing yoga, relaxing along Lake Michigan, and hanging out with her cats, Cash and Morrison.
Prince Oroke is a 2023 J.D. candidate at the University of Pennsylvania Law School where he serves on the board of Penn Law’s Entrepreneurship Club. While in law school, he has participated in the Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic where he advised business owners and reviewed and drafted contracts. Prior to law school, Prince attended and played football for the University Nevada Las Vegas, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. Currently, Prince is an active member of the Wharton Wharthogs Rugby Club and participates in club matches on the weekends. In his free time Prince enjoys solving puzzles, traveling, and reading poetry.
Cameron Brusko is a 2023 J.D. Candidate at the University of Pennsylvania Law School where he serves as the Managing Editor of the Journal of Business Law. He is also a member of the Penn Graduate Boxing Club. During law school, he earned a Certificate of Management from The Wharton School’s Executive Education program and has been involved in various pro bono work. He has been a Summer Associate at Ropes & Gray, LLP in their New York and Boston offices and will be returning to Ropes’ New York office as an Associate in Fall 2023. He has also served as a volunteer intern clerking for the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office. Prior to law school, he attended the University of New Hampshire, where he graduated summa cum laude and played Division 1 football as a linebacker. He has lived most of his life in Bethlehem, PA, but has also lived in Milwaukee, WI. While in Milwaukee, he worked at Shaker’s Cigar Bar & Hangman Tours, which is a historic cigar bar and restaurant that was once a brothel and speakeasy operating during Prohibition under Al Capone, an occasional haunt of serial killer, Jeffrey Dahmer, and one of five of the “World’s Most Haunted Bars.” His hobbies include being a black belt in mixed martial arts and has interest in Ben N’ Jerry’s and shoes.
Charleigh Kondas is a 2023 J.D. candidate at William & Mary Law School. She is a member of the William & Mary Law Review, the founder of the First Generation Student Alliance, and a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Team.
While in law school, she participated in the Tax Clinic and interned with two judges: the Honorable David Lannetti at the Norfolk Circuit Court, and the Honorable Martin Hoffman in the 68th District Court of Dallas.
Prior to law school, she graduated cum laude from Longwood University where she played Division 1 Lacrosse. In her free time, Charleigh enjoys listening to true-crime podcasts and hiking with her golden retriever, Mable.
Will Winter is a third-year law student at Vanderbilt Law School. During law school, Will has ranked as a Dean’s List student, competed in the Moot Court tournament, and earned a spot on the law review during his first year in law school. Will has experience assisting with high-stakes litigation at both the trial and appellate levels, and was recently part of a litigation team which secured enforcement of a $40 Million international arbitral award.
In his free time, Will enjoys personal fitness, traveling, and experiencing other cultures. Upon graduation, Will plans to join the litigation and international arbitration practice of a corporate firm in New York.
Jihan Dubose is a 2023 J.D. candidate at the University of Illinois College of Law where she serves as the President of the Privacy and Security Law Society, a Privacy Law Teaching Assistant, and school ambassador. Throughout her time in law school, she has served as a panelist for the university’s first Privacy Everywhere Conference student panel and participated in the school’s Trademark Clinic, researching marks, and assisting with branding strategies for student clients. She has also interned with the Eastern District of New York for Judge DeArcy Hall, assisted with government contract work for startups, and clerked for a criminal defense litigation firm. In between graduating from American University’s School of International Service and beginning law school, she served as a congressional staffer for three years. Her interests include international travel, cooking, and jazz music.
Matthew Fleming is a 2023 J.D. candidate at the University of Pennsylvania Law School where he is an editor on the Journal of Business Law and the president of the Penn Law Entrepreneurship Club. While in law school, he has participated in the Legal Practice Clinic and interned at the United States District Court of DE. Prior to law school, he graduated magna cum laude from West Chester University with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry. In his free time, Matt enjoys fishing, golfing, and tennis.
Brian Herskowitz is a 2023 J.D. candidate at the University of Pennsylvania Law School where he is a senior editor on the Journal of Business Law and the treasurer of LALSA. While in law school, he has participated in the Legal Practice Clinic and interned with a Delaware Supreme Court Justice. Prior to law school, he graduated summa cum laude from Rutgers University with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a minor in Philosophy. In his free time, Brian enjoys fishing, golfing, and reading.
Kevin Hagey is a 2023 J.D. candidate at Georgetown University Law Center. In law school, Kevin interned at the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, an experience he greatly enjoyed. In his spare time he enjoys hiking, fishing, and exercising.
Ryan Trumbauer is a 2022 J.D. candidate at the Georgetown University Law Center. In law school, Ryan has worked as a research assistant and as an Executive Editor of the Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy. Prior to law school, Ryan received a Bachelor of Arts in Politics, summa cum laude and Phi Betta Kappa, from New York University. In his free time, he enjoys biking, running, and cooking.
Simon Patmore is a 2024 J.D. candidate at the George Washington University Law School. He graduated magna cum laude from St. Olaf with a B.A. in Philosophy and Economics. In his spare time, he enjoys singing with GWU University Singers, cooking, and reading.
Tiffani Skroch is a 2024 J.D. candidate at Baylor Law School. Prior to Baylor Law, Tiffani attended the University of Minnesota—Duluth where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, with distinction. In law school, she is a member of the Moot Court team and the Baylor Barrister Society while also representing the school as a Student Ambassador. This summer, Tiffani worked for the Eastern District of Texas as a legal intern. In her free time, she enjoys golfing, reading, and volunteering with dogs at humane societies.
Joe Ambrose is a 2023 J.D. Candidate at The George Washington University Law School. At GW, Joe has been a student attorney in the Prisoner and Reentry Clinic, participated in various oral argument competitions, tutored civil procedure, and served as a Research Assistant for three professors. Prior to law school, Joe taught 7th and 8th grade in Fort Worth, TX through Teach For America. He graduated in 2017 with distinction from the University of Michigan’s Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy and a minor in Intergroup Relations. In his free time, Joe enjoys golfing, listening to music, and spending time with friends and family on Lake Michigan.
Joseph Romero is a 2022 J.D. Candidate at the University of Virginia School of Law. At UVA, he has been a member of the Employment Law Clinic and served on committees of the Student Bar Association and the Law, Innovation, Security, and Technology Society. Last summer, Joseph interned with the Manhattan unit of Legal Services NYC and helped veteran clients achieve housing and financial stability. He has also participated in a comparative constitutional law project as a research assistant. Prior to law school, Joseph graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor of Science and worked as an English teacher at Beihua University in Jilin City, China.
Grace Cho is a third-year J.D. candidate at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. At Penn, she co-chairs the Bench Memo Committee on the Moot Court Board and is an Executive Editor on the Journal of Constitutional Law. She has also interned with the U.S. Department of Justice and clerked with the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary. Prior to law school, she worked as a paralegal at a boutique litigation firm and as an analyst at a local government agency. She graduated magna cum laude from Columbia University with a B.A. in English and Comparative Literature.
Kumrashi (Rashi) Mishra
Kumrashi (Rashi) Mishra is a 2022 J.D. candidate at Vanderbilt University Law School. Prior to law school, she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, at the University of California, Irvine. Rashi has interned with the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California. This past summer, she worked as a summer associate at Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP, where she handled various transactional and corporate matters. In her spare time, she enjoys playing chess, reading, and trying new food.
Nathan Wunderli is a 2022 J.D. candidate at the University of Virginia School of Law. Prior to law school, he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics at the University of Utah, where he also competed on the University’s golf team. Between his first and second year of law school, he worked as an associate at a law firm in Salt Lake City, Utah where he handled various litigation and statutory matters. In his spare time, he enjoys mountain biking, skiing, and social dancing.
Henry Scherck is a 2022 J.D. candidate at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. In law school, Henry has worked as a research assistant and an editor on the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law. Prior to law school, Henry received a M.Sc. in international development from the London School of Economics and a B.A. in political science and classics, summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, from Union College.
Trevor Rhodes is a 2022 J.D. Candidate at Georgetown University Law Center. At Georgetown, Trevor is an Editor for The Georgetown Law Journal and was previously a treasurer of the Health Law Society. Before law school, Trevor earned a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Mississippi State University. In his free time, Trevor enjoys watching football (go Cowboys), exercising, and reading.
Alli Mentch is a third-year student at William & Mary Law School, where she is a notes editor on the William & Mary Law Review. Alli has interned with the Norfolk Circuit Court and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. This past summer, she split her time between Vandeventer Black and Willcox & Savage working as a summer associate. Prior to law school, Alli received her B.S. degree, summa cum laude, in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Pennsylvania State University.
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.
Giancarlos Rodriguez is a 2020 graduate of Washington and Lee School of Law and a licensed attorney in the District of Columbia. Upon graduation, he was awarded the Business Law Award for his success in corporate and transactional law courses. While in law school, Giancarlos was a Judicial Intern for a Judge in the Civil Division of the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit of Florida. He was also Treasurer of the Student Bar Association, President of the Business Law Society, and a legal extern in the General Counsel’s Office for Advance Auto Parts, Inc. Prior to law school, Giancarlos graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Political Science.
Reem Ali is a 2021 J.D. Candidate at the University of Texas School of Law. While in law school, Reem participated in the Human Rights Clinic as a student attorney and was research and teaching assistant for various professors. Furthermore, she served on the Student Bar Association board all three years. Prior to law school, Reem studied political science at the University of Texas at El Paso where she completed her degree in two years and graduated summa cum laude.
Kyle Soch is a third-year law student at the University of Florida Levin College of Law. During his time in law school, Kyle twice interned for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, was appointed Chief Justice for the Student Body, and is a member of the Journal of Technology Law and Policy. Kyle graduated from the University of Florida in 2018 magna cum laude with a degree in philosophy and classical studies. Recently, Kyle was inducted into the University Hall of Fame for his outstanding service to the University.
Lisa Bei Li
Lisa Bei Li is a 2018 graduate, with Honors, of George Washington University Law School. After law school, Lisa held a 2019 – 2020 Judicial Clerkship at the D.C. Superior Court with Judge Maurice A. Ross. While in law school, Lisa was a member of the George Washington Law Review and a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Board. Lisa earned a Pro Bono Service Award with 180+ pro bono service hours completed to-date. Lisa has published multiple articles in leading law journals on the topics of business, technology, and the law. For one of her articles, she was named the 2nd-place nationwide recipient of the ABA Mendes Hershman Award. Prior to law school, Lisa was a financial consultant at Big 4 and other consulting companies. Lisa earned a Bachelor of Science from the NYU Stern School of Business, with majors in finance and international business, and a minor in philosophy.
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.
Betsy Byra graduated in 2020 from Boston University School of Law. While in law school, Betsy participated in the Immigrants’ Rights and Human Trafficking Clinic as a student attorney and was a member of the Public Interest Law Journal. She also worked as a lawyering fellow for the first year J.D. and LL.M. legal writing seminar. Betsy spent last summer working with K&L Gates LLP, and will return as a first year associate in their litigation practice this spring. Prior to law school, Betsy graduated from the University of Washington where she earned a degree in Law, Societies, and Justice with a minor in Spanish.
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.
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.
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.
Jane S. Chen Kane – attended Emory University School of Law from 2012 – M1y 2014 and graduated with Honors. She was given the Dean’s Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement in Contract Drafting. She submitted Emory Law School Supreme Court Advocacy Project (ELSSCAP), Co-authored Petition of Certiorari, submitted to U.S. Supreme Court. Petition mentioned as Top petitions to watch on SCOTUSblog.
-Emory Corporate and Business Law Society (ECBLS).
-Kessler-Eidson Program for Trial Techniques.
-Coursework: Mergers and Acquisitions, Securities Regulation, Banking Law, Contract Drafting, Venture Capital, Accounting, International Business Transactions, Negotiated Corporate Transactions.
William Brand is a 2022 J.D. candidate at the University of Alabama School of Law where he is a senior editor on the Alabama Law Review and a member of the Alabama Moot Court Board. While in law school, he has worked as a research assistant, a teacher’s assistant, and interned with a federal judge in Tuscaloosa. Prior to law school, he taught high school history and Spanish outside of Jackson, Mississippi, and received his Master’s in American History. During his free time, he enjoys snow skiing, cooking, and spending time with his fiancée.
Karmel is a 2023 J.D. candidate at The George Washington University Law School. Prior to GW, and attended Reichman University Law School in Israel where she double majored in Law and Government. This past summer she interned at the Law Offices of Jaime Winthuysen Aparisi & Associates where she worked on various immigration law projects including drafting asylum appeals. Currently, she is clerking for Kira West, a defense attorney in DC where she is helping prepare for the trial of some January 6th defendants. In her free time she loves biking and playing tennis.
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.