||Siobhán Kinealy was born in Dublin, Ireland and grew up between Belfast, Northern Ireland, and Liverpool in England. In 2007, she graduated from the University of Essex (UK) with a B.A. in history and later returned to school to complete an LL.B. Law at BPP University Manchester (UK). In 2011, she left England for New Jersey to pursue a J.D. at Rutgers School of Law–Newark, graduating in 2014. Prior to her time at Rutgers, Siobhán’s career spanned the Atlantic. She worked as a corporate head hunter in Manchester (UK) and as a business analyst for Citi Private Bank (NYC). At Rutgers, Siobhan interned at the Surrogate’s Court and New Jersey Superior Court in Morris County. As symposium editor of Rutgers Business Law Review (RBLR), she organized the 2013 RBLR Symposium and her note, “Night of The Living Data: Estates Law and the Phenomenon of Digital Life After Death,” was selected for publication. After graduating from Rutgers, she worked as a law clerk for New York Legal Assistance Group, helping low-income New Yorkers with estates plans, guardianship and probate proceedings. For the last few years, Siobhan has been researching a paper about Oscar Wilde and an 1884 Supreme Court case, which she was invited to present in Paris, France, in spring 2014.