Andrew R. Hamilton
Andrew R. Hamilton is a third-year law student at St. John’s University School of Law. He is a Senior Staff Member of the St. John’s Law Review. During his first year summer, he interned for the Honorable P. Kevin Castel in the US District Court for the Southern District of New York and during his second year summer, Andrew was a summer associate at McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton in Manchester, NH.
Before attending law school, Andrew worked as a paralegal at Hughes Hubbard & Reed, in the firm’s white-collar crime section. Previously, he was a Peace Corps volunteer in Bulgaria and an English instructor at the American University in Bulgaria English Language Institute.
Andrew graduated with High Honors from Dartmouth College in 2004 with an A.B. in Anthropology. His honors thesis, entitled “An Island within an Island: Attempts by the European Union at Integrating an Irish Border Community,” explored the attempts of the EU to create a united European identity across the Northern Ireland/ Republic of Ireland border. As part of his research, Andrew spent 4 months conducting interviews and participant research in the border region.
Jordan Hummel received her B.A. in History and Secondary School Teaching Certificate in Social Sciences from Fairfield University. At Fairfield she was a member of Phi Alpha Theta, Program Assistant for New Student Orientation, and participated in student government and various first year mentoring programs.
Jordan is currently pursuing a J.D. at St. John’s University School of Law. As a member of the Women’s Law Society, she will serve as an Alumni Coordinator for the upcoming year.
This summer, Jordan interned for the Hon. Deborah Kaplan in the Supreme Court of New York, Civil Branch, Matrimonial Division. She also served as a research assistant for Professor Adam Zimmerman. Jordan will also serve as a staff member on the Journal for Civil Rights and Economic Development.
Yosefa A. Heber
Yosefa Heber received a B.S. in accounting and graduated magna cum laude from Hunter College. Currently, she is pursuing a law degree at St. John’s University School of Law. This past summer, Yosefa interned with the Hon. Joanna Seybert in the US District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Beginning this July, in addition to serving as a fellow for the Center for Law and Religion, Yosefa will also serve as a staff member of the St. John’s Law Review.
Dylan W. Sherwood
Dylan W. Sherwood is a third-year law student at St. John’s University School of Law. He serves as a Senior Articles Editor of the St. John’s Law Review. In 2011, Dylan worked as a research assistant for Professor Ettie Ward. This past summer, he interned with the General Counsel of Four Wood Capital Partners and the law firm of Sawyer & Demetri.
Prior to attending law school, Dylan graduated with a B.A. in Politics from Hendrix College, where he was the team-captain of the Hendrix College golf team and an active percussionist in the Hendrix College Music Department.
Jessica Wright is currently a second-year law student at St. John’s University School of Law. This past summer, Jessica worked as a research assistant for Professor Margaret McGuinness on a Congressional human rights project. Beginning this fall, she will serve as a staff member of the American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review.
Before attending law school, Jessica graduated with high honors from St. John’s University and the London School of Economics with a BA/MSc in Philosophy, Politics, and International Relations Theory. After graduating, she worked as a researcher at economics and policy-focused think tanks in London, Berlin, and Washington D.C.