Bryan Harrison, Law Student Intern
Bryan Harrison is a third-year law student at Boston College Law school. He is a staff editor on the Intellectual Property and Technology Forumat BC Law. He has previously worked in a small firm, with in-house counsel, and with a state agency. As a student attorney with the Boston College Legal Aid Bureau, he successfully argued for a suspended sentence before the Family and Probate Court. Before law school, Bryan worked as a development technician for the Partner's Center for Personalized Genetic Medicine. Outside of school and work, Bryan is an avid mountain biker and loves to cook.
Kaitlyn Brady, Undergraduate Intern
Kaitlyn Brady is an economics major and mathematics minor, in her final semester at Wellesley College. Prior to discovering her interest in intellectual property law, she worked as a congressional intern in her home state of Pennsylvania. She is a former member of the College Senate and the student organizations funding committee, and is the former president of the Wellesley Debate Society. Kaitlyn is also a coordinator of Wellesley's Public Speaking Program and tutors students in econometrics. After graduating, she will be working in economic consulting, conducting research to provide expert testimony in litigation matters.