Liz Kiernan is a third-year student at The Law School, where she serves as a Comments Editor of the Law Review. She is originally from New Orleans, LA and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Alabama with a degree in English and Political Science. Liz worked in the DC office of Jones Day this past summer. She has also interned with the Federal Tort Claims Act Section of the Department of Justice's Civil Division. Liz is excited for carrying on the tradition of community, discussion, and debate with the Federalist Society.
Joe Egozi is a third-year student at The Law School, where he serves as an Articles Editor for the Legal Forum, the Head Writer of The Law School Musical, and an active member of the Edmund Burke Society. Joe graduated summa cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE). This summer, he worked at Covington & Burling's Washington, D.C. office and the Department of Justice's Counterterrorism Section. Joe has interned with the U.S. Attorney's Offices for the Northern District of Illinois and the Eastern District of Virginia, as well as the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office. He is excited for a year of new and challenging ideas, partnerships across campus, and advocacy through discussion with brilliant speakers!
Jennifer Gullotti is a third-year student at The Law School. She graduated from Bryant University with Bachelor's Degrees in Applied Psychology and Politics and Law. This summer she worked for Kirkland & Ellis LLP in Washington, DC. She is the 3L Chair for the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund, and is also active in the Edmund Burke Society.
Tori Grant is a third-year student at The Law School, where she serves as Executive Articles Editor for the Legal Forum. She graduated from Duke University with Bachelor's Degrees in History and Psychology. Last summer she worked at Proskauer Rose in Boston, MA, in the office's Private Investment Funds practice group. Tori has previously interned for Judge Thomas Hardiman of the Third Circuit in Pittsburgh, PA.
Mitch Athey is a third-year student at The Law School. He graduated from Texas A&M University with degrees in Political Science and Philosophy. Last summer, he worked as a summer associate at Baker Botts L.L.P. and Paul Hastings L.L.P., both in Houston, Texas.
Noah Driggs is a third-year student at the Law School. Noah previousy served as Assistant Treasurer. Noah graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in International Relations. Last summer, Noah worked at Fenwick & West, Booster Fuels, and Tusk Ventures. Noah is also involved in the Law School Musical.
Jandi Heagen is a second-year student at the Law School. She hails from Ohio, but spent the two years prior to law school working for the Federalist Society in Washington, D.C. Jandi graduated summa cum laude from Bryan College, where she studied Political Science and Spanish. For her 1L summer, Jandi worked for the Texas Attorney General's office. She is an active member of the Edmund Burke Society, Christian Legal Society, and Law Students for Life.
Jordan V. Hill is a second-year student at the Law School. He graduated from The George Washington University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy. This past summer, he worked for Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom in Wilmington, DE and Franklin Square Capital Partners in Philadelphia, PA. He is an active member in the Black Law Students Association, the Edmund Burke Society, the Entertainment and Sports Law Society, and the Federal Bar Association Student Division.
Andrew Duble is a second-year student at the law school and is participating in the Doctoroff Business Leadership Program in partnership with the Booth School of Business. Originally from Rochester, New York, he graduated from Northwestern University in 2012 and worked at Goldman Sachs prior to law school. This past summer, Andrew worked for finance tech startup Able Lending in Austin, TX. He is also an active member of the Christian Legal Society, Law Students for Life, and Edmund Burke Society.
Lane Clarke is a second-year student at the law school where she is a member of Legal Forum. Lane graduated from Virginia Tech with a degree in English Literature. Last summer, she worked for the Federal Defender Program in Chicago. Lane is also a member of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA), the Law Students Association (LSA), the Chicago Law Foundation (CLF), and the Edmund Burke Society.
Brent Cooper is a second-year student at the law school where he is a member of The University of Chicago Law Review. Originally from Houston, Texas, Brent graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Economics and Philosophy. Last summer, Brent worked for Baker Botts L.L.P. in Houston, Texas and participated in the Blackstone Legal Fellowship. Brent is also an active member of the Edmund Burke Society.
Lauren is a second-year student at The Law School. She is originally from Florida and graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2015. This past summer, she worked for Texas Defender Service in Houston, TX on capital punishment. Next summer, she will work for Kirkland & Ellis LLP in Houston, TX. Lauren is an active member of the Edmund Burke Society and current Vice President of Law Women's Caucus.
John Tienken is a second-year student at the Law School where he is a member of The Law Review. He graduated from the University of Illinois Springfield with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and English. Prior to law school, John worked as a segment producer at the Fox News Channel. This summer for his 1L internship, he worked at Marvel Studios in Los Angeles. John is an active member of the Chicago Law Foundation, Entertainment & Sports Law Society, and the Federal Bar Association.
Doug Gates is a second-year student at the Law School. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy with a degree in Political Science and holds advanced degrees from Georgetown University's Walsh School of Foreign Service and the United States Naval War College. Before law school, Doug was a U.S. naval officer, serving in warships based in Japan and on the Political Science faculty in Annapolis. Doug worked in the Office of the General Counsel for Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner this summer. He is the founder of Law School Veterans, an active member of the International Law Society, the China Law Society, the St. Thomas More Society, and Law Students for Life. He retains a Navy Reserve commission and is an avid fan of the Washington Nationals.