Nathan Bress, Law Student Intern
Nathan Bress is a graduate of McGill University and is recent graduate of Boston College Law School. Prior to law school, he worked for nine years as an editor and graphic designer in the scientific publishing industry. He has previously served as a research assistant to Professor Zygmunt Plater at Boston College, where he contributed a supplement chapter to Prof. Plater’s casebook on environmental law, and as a legal intern in the business law unit of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. He lives with his wife and son in West Medford, and in his spare time enjoys woodworking and collecting vintage watches and clocks.
Riley Lovendale, Law Student Intern
Riley Lovendale is a third-year law student at Boston College Law School. He currently serves as a senior editor for the Boston College Law Review and as a teaching assistant for Professor Joan Blum’s first-year legal reasoning, research, and writing course. He previously served as a summer associate at Goodwin Procter LLP and as a legal intern for Community Action Program Legal Services, Inc. (CAPLAW). Prior to law school, Riley worked as a student technical writer for the Utah State University (USU) Research Foundation and graduated from USU in 2011 with an English degree focused on professional and technical writing.
Maria Brusco, Undergraduate Intern
Maria Brusco is a philosophy and economics double major at Wellesley College. She hopes to attend law school after graduating in 2014, and eventually go into the field of intellectual property law, copyright, or publishing. Last summer, she was an intern in the contracts department of Yale University Press, and she is currently the Student Bursar, as well as an inaugural fellow of the Freedom Project at Wellesley College. Maria is also a member and past musical director of the Wellesley College Blue Notes, a student-run a cappella group, and has served on the executive board of her school’s Chamber Music Society.
Jenna Howarth, Undergraduate Intern
Jenna Howarth is an English major and Economics minor entering her fourth year at Boston College. She is interested in publishing and editing, and plans to attend law school after graduation. She is also currently an Editorial Intern of Product Development at CFO Publishing, and has previously served as the Access to Justice Initiative Intern at the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. Jenna is also a member of the Honors Program at Boston College, a Creative Writing concentrator, and President of the Bellarmine Law Society, BC’s student-run Pre-Law organization.