Craig Shepard, Law Student Intern
Craig Shepard is in his final year of a JD/MBA program at Boston College Law School. He currently serves as the editor in chief of the Intellectual Property and Technology Forum at Boston College Law School. Craig’s experience in intellectual property involves internships at Ocean Spray Cranberries, and Telerik, a software company. During law school, Craig also completed internships with the SEC and the Massachusetts Tax Appellate Board where he conducted research on tax and procedural issues. Prior to law school Craig had several internships as a legislative intern with a U.S. Senator, a U. S. Congressman, the NY State Attorney General’s Office, a mayor’s office, and a lobbying firm. In his spare time he enjoys playing squash, tennis, and the violin.
Neha Patel, Undergraduate Intern
Neha Patel is a Philosophy and Psychology B.A double major and a Faith, Peace, and Justice minor in the A&S Honors Program at Boston College. She has previously worked as a Legal intern with the CT Judicial Branch at the Norwalk Superior Courthouse. Her past extracurricular activities include positions on Learning to Serve Council as Mentor/Mentee Coordinator, FACES Council as Dialogues on Race facilitator, and South Asian Student Association's Education and Service Coordinator/Secretary. Neha has also tutored athletes at Brighton High School, traveled to Weirwood, VA with Appalachia Volunteers to run a summer camp for underprivileged children, assisted teaching a kindergarten class in the Mississippi Delta region, and will take part in Arrupe's cultural immersion trip to Nicaragua this winter. She plans on utilizing this passion for service and justice by becoming a lawyer in the future.
Kaitlyn Brady, Undergraduate Intern
Kaitlyn Brady is an economics major and mathematics minor, entering her third year 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 logic as part of the Pforzheimer Learning and Teaching Center. She hopes to attend graduate school or law school after graduating in 2016.