Monica J. DeLateur is a dual-degree J.D./Ph.D. (Criminology & Justice Policy) student at Northeastern University. She is the creator and the former editor of the NULR Online Forum.

Karina I. Guzman is a third-year law student at Northeastern University School of Law and is the current editor of the NULR Online Forum. She is interested in the intersection between immigration law and criminal law.

Laurel A. Newman is a 2018 graduate of Northeastern University School of Law and the 2018 Chair of the Cooperative Income Sharing Program. She is interested in pursuing estate planning, though with her background in criminal justice, criminal justice reform and juvenile crime prevention is still her passion.

Seth H. Barron is a third-year law student at Northeastern University School of Law. He currently serves as the Co-Chair of the American Constitution Society. He is interested in consumer protection law reform.

Brook Baker is a Professor at Northeastern University School of Law. He currently teaches Disability Law, Global AIDS Policy, and Negotiation and is an honorary research fellow at the University of KwaZulu Natal, S. Africa.  His scholarship and activism for the last twenty years has focused on intellectual property and trade policy, human rights, and access to medicines, particularly in the context of the global HIV/AIDS pandemic.  He travels and consults globally with governments, multilateral institutions, and activists on access to medicines issues.

Ryan McGovern Quinn is a candidate for Juris Doctor, 2019, at the Northeastern University School of Law. He holds a master’s degree in Labor Studies from UMass Amherst, and is the former vice-president of United Auto Workers Local 2322 in Western Massachusetts, where he also served as a union servicing representative and organizer. He lives North of Boston with his wife, Lena, and their daughter, Virginia.

Jessica Silbey teaches constitutional law and intellectual property law at Northeastern University School of Law where she is the Co-Director of CLIC (Center for Law, Innovation and Creativity) at the School of Law.  She earned a J.D. and Ph.D. (Comparative Literature) from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and is the author of many articles and books, most recently The Eureka Myth: Creators, Innovators and Everyday Intellectual Property (Stanford Press 2015). Before joining the law faculty, she practiced law in Boston and clerked for several years in federal court.

Madison Leonard is a third year law student at Northeastern University School of Law. Madison is from Upstate New York and aspires to be a public defender.

Amanda M. Ghannam is a third-year student at Northeastern University School of Law with a concentration in Labor, Work, and Income and a passion for cutting-edge employment law issues. She has co-oped at the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, Sandulli Grace P.C., and Hirsch Roberts Weinstein L.L.C.

Sarah J. Butson is one of the Online Forum Editors and a third-year student at Northeastern University School of Law with a concentration in Labor and Employment law. She is also passionate about the evolving world of animal law and finding creative ways to break down the standard legal framework that considers animals as property or devoid of basic rights. She has co-oped at Minuteman Health, Inc., the Massachusetts Department of Labor Relations, Morgan Lewis and Bockius, and served as a legal intern in the Business Litigation Session of the Massachusetts Superior Court.

Elena J. Despotopulos is a third-year student at Northeastern University School of Law with a concentration in Business and Commercial law. She also has a personal passion for disability rights and justice. She is the Forum Editor for the 2018-2019 year on the Fall/Spring rotation and is the 2018-2019 Chair of Women’s Law Caucus for the Fall/Spring rotation. She has served as a legal intern for Judge Lu in Middlesex Superior Court, the Massachusetts Securities Division, and UMass Medical School’s Commonwealth Medicine in the Strategic Growth & Business Development unit. She is a student attorney in the Community Business Clinic and is interested in transactional law.

Angelika Romero is a third-year law student at Northeastern University School of Law. She has interned at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office and at the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. She is interested in the intersection between employment and international law, as well as, business immigration law.

Timothy Sheble-Hall is a third-year law student at Northeastern University School of Law. He has interned at an immigration firm in Boston, and at the Massachusetts Land Court. He is interested in agriculture, land use, and community development.

Stefanie Gonzales is a third-year law student at Northeastern University School of Law. She is passionate about working with immigrant communities and survivors of gender violence. She has completed two co-ops providing removal defense to noncitizens and will be working with Northwest Immigrant Rights Project in Fall 2018 providing immigration remedies to survivors of gender violence.

Rachel Spooner is a Senior Lecturer in the Markets, Public Policy and Law Department of the Questrom School of Business at Boston University. Rachel teaches Business Law, Ethics, Social Justice and Securities Regulation courses to undergraduates and MBA students. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy Studies from Duke University, and received her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. After clerking for the Honorable William C. Conner in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, Rachel worked in the Trial Department of Goodwin Procter LLP for five years, working on commercial, securities, and bankruptcy litigation, as well as doing extensive pro bono work for prisoners, indigent criminal defendants, and on a death penalty case.

Kristen Annunziato is a second-year law student at Northeastern University School of Law. At Northeastern she is a Law Review Staff Member, Vice Chair of Finance for the Student Bar Association, Co-Chair of If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice and a Westlaw Campus Representative. She is broadly interested in government, policy, and criminal justice reform.

Colleen Maney is a second-year student at Northeastern University School of Law. She is a co-chair of the Northeastern chapter of the International Refugee Assistance Project for the 2018-19 academic year, and is passionate about advocating for refugee and immigrants’ rights. Colleen is also a co-chair of the Human Rights Caucus and a research assistant for the Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy. She recently completed a co-op with the Brennan Center for Justice, where she contributed to research aiming to reform criminal fee and fine practices.

Prof. Sarah J. Schendel is an Assistant Professor in Suffolk University Law School’s Academic Support Program. She was previously an instructor at Emerson College, Northeastern University, and Northeastern University School of Law. She was an immigration attorney for 7 years, representing immigrants facing deportation, seeking security and safety in the United States, and reuniting their families. She is a Board Member of the Irish International Immigrant Center, and the Co-Chair of the Immigration Section of the Massachusetts LGBTQ Bar Association. She is a NUSL grad.

Sarah Eskreis is a third-year law student at Northeastern University School of Law and is currently an Articles Editor of the Northeastern University Law Review and Chair of the Real Estate Law Society. She is interested in pursuing a career in corporate transactional law.

Jeffrey Kennedy is a third-year law student at Northeastern University School of Law.

Sarah Canapari is a third-year student at Northeastern University School of Law.  She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Denison University in 2012, where she received degrees in Philosophy and Latin.  Before law school, Sarah spent five years working in Human Resources, focusing on law firm workforce planning, compensation and benefits, employee relations, and recruitment.  At NUSL, Sarah is a Teaching Assistant, Law Review Staff Member, Co-Chair to the International Refugee Assistance Project, and Vice-Chair of Student Organizations to the Student Bar Association.  Sarah is passionate about the intersection of law, government, and public policy and enjoys exploring these interests through legal research and writing development.