Executive Board

Volume 70 (2019-2020) Executive Board

Editor-in-Chief

Kristian Stefanides is a third-year student at the College of Law originally from Forty Fort, Pennsylvania. She received her Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in Writing & Rhetoric, as well as a minor in Spanish from Villanova University. In addition to her work on the Syracuse Law Review, Kristian is a Legal Communication and Research Assistant for Professor Ian Gallacher, a Senior Research Associate at the Innovation Law Center, a Law Ambassador, a 3L IP Representative as well as a member of Phi Alpha Delta. Kristian spent her first summer of law school as a Research Associate at the New York State Science & Technology Law Center. This past summer, she was a Summer Associate at Sugarman Law Firm. In her free time, Kristian enjoys golfing, traveling, watching Villanova basketball, and spending time with family. Kristian is very excited to serve as the Editor-in-Chief and hopes that Volume 70 of the Law Review will make a lasting impact on the College of Law and the legal community.

Managing Editor

Julia Wingfield is a third-year law student from Richmond, Virginia. She graduated from Washington and Lee University, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Global Politics with a minor in Poverty Studies and Education Policy. Julia also earned her Masters of Education from Relay Graduate School of Education in Manhattan. In addition to her work for the Syracuse Law Review, Julia is a Research Assistant for Professor Arlene Kanter, a Teaching Assistant for Vice Dean Keith Bybee, a Member of the Advocacy Honor Society, as well as the Competition Direct for the McKenzie Hughes Appellate Advocacy Competition. Julia spent her first summer of law school as a Law Clerk for the Public Defender Services for the District of Columbia. This past summer she was a Summer Associate at Arnold & Porter in Washington, D.C.

Lead Articles Editors

Matthew Bemis is a third-year law student from Red Hook, New York. He received his Bachelor of Science in Finance from Providence College. In addition to his duties for the Syracuse Law Review, Matthew is a Legal Research and Writing Assistant for Professor Elizabeth August. Matthew spent his first summer of law school as an In-House Legal Intern at Charter Communications in Stamford, Connecticut. He spent this past summer as a Summer Associate at Arnold & Porter in New York City.

 

Emily Green is a third-year law student from Albany, New York.  She attended the State University of New York at Geneseo and earned degrees in Business Administration and International Relations. In addition to her duties for the Syracuse Law Review, Emily is a Research Assistant for Professor Terry Turnipseed and is an Academic Success Fellow. Emily spent her first summer as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Glenn Thomas Suddaby, the Chief United States District Judge for the Northern District of New York. During the fall of her 2L year, Emily was an extern with the Department of Justice, Office of Legal Policy in Washington D.C. This past summer she was a Summer Associate at DLA Piper in Manhattan.  In her free time, Emily enjoys playing soccer.

Senior Notes Editor

Katherine Brisson is a third-year law student from Cicero, New York.  She received her Bachelor of Arts in International Relations with a minor in Political Science from Syracuse University.  In addition to her duties for the Syracuse Law Review, Katherine is an Academic Success Fellow, a Civics Fellow with the Syracuse Civics Initiative, a Research Assistant for Associate Dean Lauryn Gouldin and Associate Director of Student Affairs Courtney Abbott Hill, a member of the Advocacy Honor Society, an Admission’s Ambassador, as well as a Barbri Representative. Katherine spent her first summer as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Judge David E. Peebles, a magistrate judge for the Nothern District of New York. During her 2L year, she was a legal intern for the United States Attorney’s Office in the Northern District of New York. This past summer, Katherine was a Summer Associate at Schulte Roth & Zabel in New York City. In her free time, Katherine enjoys baking and playing with her puppies.

Form & Accuracy Editors

Kali Schreiner is a third-year law student from Cazenovia, New York. She received her Bachelor of Science from Syracuse University. Kali spent her first summer of law school as an intern for Judge Danks in the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York. During her 2L year, she was an extern at the Office of the General Counsel at SUNY Upstate. This past summer she was a Summer Associate at Smith Sovik in Syracuse. In addition to her work on the Syracuse Law Review, Kali is a Legal Communication and Research Assistant for Professor Emily Brown. Kali enjoys reading, cooking, and spending time with her family and daughter Madison.

 

Collin M. Carr is a third-year law student from Clyde, New York. He attended the State University of New York at Oswego and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Public Justice.  In addition to his duties for the Syracuse Law Review, Collin is a Teaching Assistant for Vice Dean Keith Bybee. Collin spent his first summer as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Judge Brenda Kay Sannes in the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York. During his second year, Collin was a legal intern for the United States Attorney’s Office in the Northern District of New York.  He spent last summer as a Summer Law Clerk for Bond, Schoeneck and King, PLLC in Syracuse, New York. In his free time, Collin enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends.

 

Julia Gorski is a third-year law student from Baldwinsville, New York.  She received her Bachelor of Arts in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University.  Julia spent her first summer as a Judicial Intern to the Honorable Judge Sarah Netburn, U.S. Magistrate Judge for the Southern District of New York. She spent this past summer as a Summer Law Fellow with the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office. In addition to her duties for the Syracuse Law Review, Julia is a Research Assistant for Associate Dean Nina Kohn. In her free time, Julia enjoys eating, napping, and going for long walks through Dineen Hall.

Business Editor

Jackie Greenberg is a third-year law student from Avon, Connecticut. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in Communications from Villanova University. In addition to her duties for the Syracuse Law Review,  Jackie is the Treasurer for the Entertainment and Sports Law Society. Jackie spent her first summer as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission through the Washington D.C. externship program. She spent her last summer as a Summer Associate at Moore and Van Allen in Charlotte, North Carolina. In her free time, Jackie enjoys running, traveling, attending sporting events, and spending time with family and friends.

Computer Editor

Shannon Knapp is a third-year law student from LaFayette, New York. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Religion and Philosophy from Roberts Wesleyan College. In addition to her duties for the Syracuse Law Review, Shannon is an Academic Success Fellow, a Legal Research and Writing Assistant for Professor Aliza Milner, and a volunteer for the Heart of New York Teen Institute. Shannon spent her first summer as a judicial intern for the Honorable Judge Matthew Doran. During her 2L year, she was an extern for SRC, Inc. in Syracuse, New York. Last summer, Shannon was a Summer Law Clerk for Bond, Schoeneck and King PLLC in Syracuse, New York. In her free time, Shannon enjoys being outdoors, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.

Legal Pulse Editor

Nolan Kokkoris is a third-year law student from Brewerton, New York. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Chinese from The College of Wooster. In addition to his work for the Syracuse Law Review, Nolan is a Research Assistant for Associate Dean Nina Kohn. Nolan spent both his summers of law school as a Summer Law Clerk with Bond, Schoeneck and King PLLC. In his free time, Nolan enjoys baking, hiking, photography, gaming, and collecting cuff-links.

Alumni Editor

Gaity Hashimi is a third-year law student from Toronto, Canada. She attended the University of Toronto, where she received degrees in Finance and Economics. In addition to her work for the Syracuse Law Review, Gaity is an Academic Success Fellow and a member of the Advocacy Honor Society. Gaity spent her first summer as a Summer Associate with Barclay Damon in Syracuse, New York. During the spring semester of her second year, Gaity was a Judicial Extern to the Honorable Judge Aaron, U.S. Magistrate Judge for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. Last summer, Gaity was an intern at SRC, Inc. in Syracuse, New York. In her free time, Gaity enjoys reading, watching sports, as well as staying active by running and swimming.