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Sarina Aghazadeh-Alavi LAW '23

Hometown: East Brunswick, NJ (former), Mount Laurel, NJ (current)

Academic Interests: Corporate Law, Trusts & Estates

Undergraduate School: The College of New Jersey

Organizations involved in: South Asian Law Students Association (SALSA), Student Bar Association Honor Code Representative, Student Wellness Association, Political & Civil Rights Society Articles Editor

Sarina graduated from The College of New Jersey with a degree in Political Science with minors in both Business Management and Law, Politics, and Philosophy. Sarina chose Temple Law because of its great reputation in Philadelphia and the Integrated Transactional Program.

Elaine Barton LAW ';22

Hometown: Malvern, PA. I also lived in Chicago for two years, studying for my MA.

Undergraduate: Temple University

Law School Activities: This year, I am the ABA Representative on the SBA Board of Governors and was a Teaching Assistant for Trial Advocacy in the Fall.  During my 2L year, I was the Co-President of the Student Interest Network, Co-President of the Expungement Clinic, and participated in the Temple Legal Aid Office’s Community Lawyering Clinic. Additionally, I was a teaching assistant for Constitutional Law in the spring. During my 1L year I was a member of the Barristers Ball Committee and participated in the Name Change Project. I have been an active member of Outlaw all three years.

Rachel Dansky LAW '22

Hometown: Voorhees, NJ

Undergraduate: Georgetown University

Law School Activities: National Trial Team, Temple Law Review, Women’s Law Caucus, Name Change Project, ITAP, Practicum at plaintiff’s firm,  Clerkship with the EDPA, Summer Associate at Faegre Drinker.

Cheyenne Desamour LAW '22

Hometown: Somerset, NJ

Academic Interests: Corporate Law, Trust & Estates, Criminal, Transactional

Undergraduate School: George Mason University

Why I chose Temple: The reason Cheyenne chose Temple Law School was because of the location, experiential opportunities, reputation, and community.

Cheyenne knew she wanted to practice in Philly or Delaware, and Temple was the best option to provide a chance for both opportunities. She is a first-generation law student with hopes of working in-house. Cheyenne is past-fundraising chair of BLSA and is currently enrolled in the Systemic Justice Clinic.

Eric Grady LAW '22

Hometown: West Chester, PA but I have spent time in Harrisburg and Boston as well

Undergraduate School: Penn State University

Law School Activities: 3L Day Senator for the Student Bar Association, School Discipline Advocacy Service, Student Wellness Association, three practicums through Temple with US Department of Labor, internship with PA Attorney General’s office (Fair Labor), Research Assistant for Professor Rebouche’.

Tram Ha LAW '22

Hometown: Springfield, MO

Academic Interests: Data Privacy, Technology, Real Estate

Undergraduate: Colorado College

Why I chose Temple: The availability of experiential opportunities during law school, the community, and Philadelphia

Originally from the Vietnam, Tram grew up in Missouri and went to college in Colorado where she lived and worked prior to moving to Philadelphia to attend law school. She is a first-generation college graduate and first person in her family to attend law school. At Temple, she is involved in APALSA, Temple Law Review, Moot Court, the Political and Civil Rights Society, the Faculty Selection Committee, and the Employment Advocacy Project.  

Marissa Meyers LAW '22

Hometown: I am from Jackson, New Jersey (central Jersey).

Undergraduate: George Washington University

Law School Activities:  I was a 1L representative for the Sports and Entertainment Law Society, the International Law Society, and the Student Wellness Association. I am currently on the Women’s Law Caucus Executive board serving as the Mentor Chair and Outline Bank Coordinator. I worked as a summer associate for Reed Smith my 1L summer as a PDLG fellow and will be returning this summer. I also have done guided research with professor Jacobsen about Sports Contracts in the face of COVID.

 

Brandon Miller LAW '23

Hometown: I have lived in Philly for 18 years, but I consider West Tennessee (Bolivar) home.

Undergraduate School: UG School: University of Virginia

Law School Activities: I am in ITAP, Family Law Clinic, Black Law Students Association, PCRS, School Discipline Advocacy Service, National lawyers Guild.  This semester, I am interning on the 3rd Circuit

Madeleine Rose LAW '22

Hometown: I am from Lower Merion, Pennsylvania (suburbs outside of Philly)

Undergraduate School: The University of Michigan

Law School Activities: I am on the executive board of the Temple Law Review, Volume 94 (serving as Online Managing Editor); I intern for the Honorable Cynthia M. Rufe as a part of Temple’s Federal Judicial Clerkship Honors Program; I served as a teaching assistant for LRW from Fall 2020-Spring 2021; I served as an intern in the Community Lawyering in-house clinic in Fall 2020; I served as a board member for the Jewish Law Students Association (JLSA); I serve as an Academic Success counselor

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