|Andy Rothman, Managing Attorney, is an associate dean at Rutgers School of Law–Newark, where he has taught for the past 18 years, and is responsible for development and management of the Rutgers Law Associates Fellowship Program, coordinating its educational component and serving as Managing Attorney of its law firm. Dean Rothman holds a B.A. from Yale, an M.F.A. from the University of Pennsylvania, and a J.D. from Rutgers School of Law–Newark. Following graduation from Rutgers Law, he practiced in the private sector for several years before joining the law school as the dean of student affairs, while also teaching courses including New Jersey Practice, Professional Responsibility, Non-Profit Corporations, and Advanced Contracts. He also has taught Advanced Contracts, Appellate Advocacy and Evidence, and for several years taught in the school’s Community Law Clinic. Dean Rothman serves on the New Jersey Supreme Court Civil Practice Committee. He is the author of “Preparing Law School Graduates for Practice: A Blueprint for Professional Education Following the Medical Profession Example” (51 Rutgers L. Rev. 875, 1999) and is co-author of the annual The Handbook of Civil Practice in the Courts of New Jersey (2004 to present, George T. Bisel Company, Inc.).|
|John Boehler received his J.D. from Rutgers School of Law–Newark in May 2014. While at Rutgers, John won the Nathan Baker Mock Trial Competition and represented his school at the national competition. John worked heavily in public interest law, interning with the Morris County Office of the Public Defender and with Volunteer Lawyers for Justice while in law school. Prior to attending law school, John received his B.A. from Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA where he double majored in history and political science and earned minors in philosophy and English.|
|Jeremy Jackson graduated from Rutgers University–New Brunswick in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. Upon graduating, he immediately moved on to law school at Rutgers School of Law–Newark. While attending law school, he gained experience interning with the Chancery Division, General Equity Court and was a member of the Child Advocacy Clinic, as well as working for a private practice attorney. Jeremy was also an associate editor for the Rutgers Law Record. Jeremy is a former member of the New Jersey Air National Guard, where he served for 6 years. Jeremy’s legal interests include criminal law, family law, and corporate law.|
|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.
|Bruce Lee received his J.D. from Rutgers School of Law–Newark. During law school, Bruce was an intern for the Capital Habeas Unit for the Federal Community Defenders in Philadelphia and an intern for the New Jersey Superior Court, Civil Division. As a student lawyer for the Rutgers Civil Justice Clinic, Bruce represented indigent clients on child support, and worked on landlord-tenant and bankruptcy matters. Bruce also has a B.A. in biophysics from Johns Hopkins University and a Ph.D. in biology from New York University.|
|Alexandra Morgan graduated from Rutgers School of Law–Newark in 2013. Before joining Rutgers Law Associates, Alexandra worked for one year as an artist’s representative. While in law school, Alexandra worked with not-for-profit organizations as a research assistant to Professor Gary Francione, and completed a summer clerkship for U.S. Magistrate Judge Tonianne J. Bongiovanni. Prior to attending law school, Alexandra earned her B.S. as a double major in creative writing and legal studies from Roger Williams University.|
|Simone Mulla graduated from Denison University in 2002 with a major in philosophy and a minor in political science. In 2005 she earned a master's degree in Applied International Commerce from the University of Melbourne, Australia. From 2006-2012, she worked for the international marketing team at Penguin Group (USA). In 2010, she enrolled at Rutgers School of Law–Newark. Simone received her J.D. in January 2014.|