I joined Sally & Fitch LLP as an Associate upon my graduation from Boston College Law School, (J.D., 2007). As a law student, I was a Member of the National Environmental Moot Court... more
I joined Sally & Fitch LLP as an Associate upon my graduation from Boston College Law School, (J.D., 2007). As a law student, I was a Member of the National Environmental Moot Court Team (2007) and active in the Grimes Moot Court Competition (Co-Chair, 2007; Top Ten Oralists, 2006). I also worked as a law clerk at Sally & Fitch LLP during law school. I received my undergraduate degree from Geor... view profile
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