Officers for 2014-2015

President - Kathryn Bi

Kathryn Bi is a third-year student at the Law School. She graduated from Dartmouth College with Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Arts degrees. Prior to law school, Kathryn worked for three years as a chemical engineer at DuPont Corporation in Palo Alto and Genzyme Corporation in Boston. This summer, Kathryn works at Covington & Burling in San Francisco and Desmarais LLP in New York. Kathryn is an active member of the Edmund Burke Society.


Vice President & Chair of the Bator Award - Michael Ballew

Michael Ballew is a third-year student at the Law School. He graduated from the University of Tennessee with a degree in Political Science and Economics. Before coming to law school, Michael was the founder of HSA Collectibles. He is active in intramural sports and the Edmund Burke Society.


Vice President & Chair of the Otis Award - Steven Hoying

Steven Hoying is a third-year student at the Law School. He graduated from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science degree. Steven also received a Master of Education degree from OSU. Prior to law school he worked as a high school math teacher and a legal researcher. Steven is active in Law School Musical and the Edmund Burke Society.


Vice President for Public Relations - Dan Toren

Dan Toren is a third-year student at the Law School. He graduated from Hope College with a degree in Poltical Science. Before law school, he spent a year managing after-school programs for Chicago Public Schools Central Administration and spent an additional year working in Conflict for Katten Muchin in Chicago. This summer, Dan worked for Schiff Harden in Chicago. He is an active member of the Edmund Burke Society.


Vice President for Speakers - Krista Perry

Krista Perry is a second-year student at the Law School. She graduated from UCLA with a degree in History and Political Science. During her undergraduate studeies Krista interned for the United States Supreme Court in the Office of the Curator. Before law school, she worked for Rosenberg Mendlin & Rosen, LLP in Los Angeles. This summer, Krista worked for the Texas Solicitor Generalís Office. She is an active member of the Edmund Burke Society.


Vice President for Events - Caroline Cook

Caroline Cook is a second-year student at the Law School. She graduated from the University of San Diego with a Bachelorís Degree in Political Science. Before law school, she worked as an au pair in France. This summer, Caroline worked at the United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of California in San Diego. She is an active member of Law Students for Life, the Edmund Burke Society, the Criminal Law Society, and the Christian Legal Society.


Vice President for Communications - Jeremy Maltz

Jeremy Maltz is a second-year student at the Law School. He graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelorís degree in Economics, and a Masterís degree in International Affairs. This summer he worked for Baker Botts L.L.P. in Houston. He is an active member of the Edmund Burke Society and the Texas Law Society.



Vice President of Faculty Relations - Dan Hammond

Dan Hammond is a third-year student at the Law School. He graduated from Truman State University with a degree in Political Science and History. During college, he worked at the U.S. Department of Justice for a semester where he contributed to the prosecution of consumer fraud cases. This summer, Dan worked at Kellogg Huber Hansen Todd Evans & Figel. He is the Comments editor of the Chicago Journal of International Law and is active in intramural basketball.


Membership Director - Josh Hammer

Josh Hammer is a second-year student at the Law School. He graduated from Duke University with a B.S. in Economics. Prior to law school, Josh worked in private antitrust research and interned with the Ethics and Public Policy Center. This summer, Josh worked for the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee staff of Sen. Mike Lee. He is currently involved with Vanguard PAC, a network of young activists striving to elect Republican candidates with innovative approaches to conservative governance. At the Law School, he is a member of the Law and Economics Society, the Edmund Burke Society, and Law Students for Life.


Treasurer - Sean Collins

Sean Collins is a third-year student at the Law School. He graduated from the University of Maryland with Bachelorís degrees in Government and Politics and Philosophy. This summer Sean worked for Hogan Lovells in Washington D.C.. He is an active member of the Edmund Burke Society.


Assistant Treasurer - Adam Decker

Adam Decker is a second-year student at the Law School. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in Political Science and Business Management. Before law school, he worked for the National Republican Congressional Committee in Washington D.C.. This summer, Adam worked for the Corporate Lab at the Law School. He is President of the Dallin H. Oaks Society.


Faculty Liaison - Thomas Belesiu

Thomas Belesiu is a second-year student at the Law School. He graduated from Santa Clara University with a degree in Accounting. Before law school, he worked for the Third Century political consulting firm and in the D.C. office of Rep. Greg Warden. This summer, Thomas worked at the United States Attorney's Office for the Northern District of California. He is an active member of the Edmund Burke Society.


Faculty Liasion - Madeline Lansky

Madeline Lansky is a second-year student at the Law School. She graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in Political Science. This summer, Madeline worked for the Criminal Division of the U.S. Attorneyís Office in Phoenix. She is an active member of the Edmund Burke Society.


Faculty Liaison - Amy Upshaw

Amy Upshaw is a second-year student at the Law School. She graduated from the University of South Carolina with a degree in Political Science. Before law school, she worked as an English instructor for the New York Mets' minor league team in Tennessee. This summer, Amy worked for Baker Botts L.L.P. in Houston. She is an active member of the Edmund Burke Society.


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