Katherine D. Bishop (Editor-in-Chief) is from Brookfield, Massachusetts. She graduated from the University of Vermont in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. During the summer after her 1L year, Katie interned for U.S. Magistrate Judge Patricia A. Sullivan at the United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island. Currently, Katie is interning with in-house counsel at Newport Experience, a hospitality company based in Newport, RI. Katie will continue to intern with Newport Experience throughout the fall. At Roger Williams University School of Law, Katie is a member of the Honors Program and is a research assistant for Professor Olivia Milonas. Katie is interested in corporate law and hopes to obtain a judicial clerkship upon graduation.
Jennifer Lisi (Managing Editor) grew up in North Kingstown, Rhode Island. She attended the University of Vermont, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology. After graduating, Jennifer completed a self-supported cross-country bicycle trip on the TransAmerica Trail. She then worked for Massachusetts General Hospital, where she was part of a team that managed nationwide clinical trials seeking a cure for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). She later worked for a small law firm near Philadelphia before attending law school. At RWU, Jennifer is a member of the Honors Program and Moot Court. The summer after her first year of law school, Jennifer interned at the Rhode Island Supreme Court Office of the Clerk of the Court. During her second year, Jennifer interned with the Honorable O. Rogeriee Thompson of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and served as a Civil Procedure teaching assistant to Professor Colleen Murphy. Following her second year, Jennifer was a summer associate at Locke Lord LLP. In her third year, Jennifer will serve as a Constitutional Law teaching assistant to Professor Jared Goldstein and intern for the Honorable William E. Smith, Chief Judge of the District Court for the District of Rhode Island.
Alexandra Rawson (Executive Articles Editor) is from Dudley, Massachusetts. She graduated magna cum laude in 2015 from Providence College with a Bachelor of Science in Health Policy & Management and minor in business studies. At Providence, she was the director of Special Olympics and spent a summer in Australia and the Solomon Islands, where she served with the Dominican Friars. At Roger Williams University School of Law, Alex spent a semester externing for Justice Goldberg in the Rhode Island Supreme Court. She is also the Executive Articles Editor for the Law Review, a member of the RWU Law Honors Program, and a member of the RWU Moot Court Team. This summer, Alex interned with Davis Malm & D’Agostine, a Boston-based full service law firm. After graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in corporate litigation.
Camille Ingino (Articles Editor) is from Rochester, NY, and graduated cum laude from University at Buffalo in 2015 with Bachelor of Arts degrees in Legal Studies, Sociology, and Political Science. While at UB, she was captain of the Equestrian Team for two seasons and was a member of the Undergraduate Academies. Camille interned at the Rhode Island State Department of Administration Legal Services Division during her 1L summer and most recently interned at the NYS Office of the Attorney General working on Section 1983 lawsuits and other claims defense. She is also a member of RWU Law’s Moot Court Board. Camille has strong interests in litigation and hopes to enter trial practice following graduation.
David Remillard (Articles Editor) hails from Woonsocket, Rhode Island. He graduated from Providence College in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. While in college he served as the Treasurer for Students for Social Action, and was a member of the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honors Society as well as the Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honors Society. Dave also worked as an intern in the Rhode Island office of Senator Sheldon Whitehouse. Last Summer, he worked at the Department of Children Youth and Families working on appeals from the Rhode Island Family Court. Dave is currently working as a Law Clerk at Ursillo, Teitz & Ritch in Providence as well serving as a research assistant for Professor Colleen Brown. He is current the President of RWU’s Intellectual Property Law Association, and is in the Law School’s Honors Program. After his time in Law School is over, Dave would like to pursue a career in Government or Intellectual Property Law. Dave enjoys hiking, playing board games with friends and family and listening to music in his spare time.
Andrew Senerchia (Articles Editor) is from Coventry, Rhode Island. He graduated summa cum laude from Roger Williams University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2015. At the law school, he is a member of the Honors Program. For a number of years, he has worked at a national title company. He has interned with the Supervisory Patent Counsel at the Navy Undersea Warfare Center in Newport, Rhode Island. After graduation, he plans to pursue a judicial clerkship and then a career in patent law.
Nicole E. Rohr (Executive Notes & Comments Editor) currently serves as the Assistant Director and Assistant Research Professor of the Coastal Institute at the University of Rhode Island. Prior to joining the Coastal Institute, Rohr was a Legislative Fellow in Washington, DC, in the Office of Senator Roger Wicker (R-MS), then a Legislative Assistant for Congressman Mike Thompson (D-CA-05). Rohr earned a Ph.D. Biological Sciences from the University of Rhode Island in 2012, and graduated summa cum laude from Missouri State University in 2004 with a B.S. Biological Sciences and Chemistry minor. At RWU Law, Rohr is a member of the Honors Program, served on the board of the Women’s Law Society, and completed a Rhode Island Sea Grant Law Fellowship. After graduation, Rohr is interested in pursuing a career in corporate or intellectual property law, ideally capitalizing on her science and political experiences.
Tyler Bischoff (Notes & Comments Editor) is from Vernon, New Jersey. He is a graduate of Monmouth University, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. While at Monmouth, he was involved with numerous organizations on campus. In his senior year, he interned in Washington, D.C. in the personal office of U.S. Senator Tom Harkin of Iowa. After graduation, he spent three years as an undergraduate admission counselor at Monmouth where he worked with all facets of the college admission process. After his first year of law school, he worked as a Research Assistant to Professor Susan B. Heyman, and as a Teaching Assistant for Professor David A. Logan. In addition, Tyler has interned for the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Rhode Island, was a Summer Law Clerk for Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP in Boston, and will extern for the Honorable Bruce M. Selya of United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit his 3L year. He is a member of the RWU Law Honors Program and Moot Court Board. Tyler is interested in commercial litigation and education law. For fun, Tyler enjoys watching college basketball, visiting breweries, and talking politics.
Kelsey Hayward (Notes & Comments Editor) grew up in Seekonk, Massachusetts. She graduated summa cum laude from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut with a Bachelor of Arts in History. While at Sacred Heart, she was captain of the Division 1 Women’s Golf Team. At RWU Law, Kelsey is a member of the Honors Program and a Research Assistant for Professor Jenna W. Hashway. She spent the summer after her first year as a judicial intern for the Honorable William E. Smith, Chief Judge of the District Court for the District of Rhode Island. After her second year, Kelsey interned for Kiel James Patrick Enterprises, Inc. and for the Rhode Island Department of Administration. In the fall of her third year, she will complete a judicial externship with the Rhode Island Supreme Court. After law school, Kelsey hopes to secure a judicial clerkship.
Matthew D. Strauss (Notes and Comments Editor) grew up in East Greenwich, Rhode Island and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Rhode Island with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. In the summer of 2016, Matthew interned at Bianchi & Brouillard, a local litigation firm specializing in workers’ compensation and tort law. In the summer of 2017, he served as a summer associate at Whelan, Corrente, Flanders, Kinder & Siket—a management-side labor and employment firm. In August 2017, Matthew will begin an externship with the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. Matthew is a member of the RWU Law Honors Program and works as a Research Assistant for Professor Colt. After graduation, Matthew will pursue a career in labor and employment law.
Katelyn E. Kalmbach (Rhode Island Editor) grew up in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania and graduated summa cum laude in 2010 from Lock Haven University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a minor in Economics. Between college and law school, Katelyn worked at Amica Mutual Insurance Company. At Roger Williams University School of Law, Katelyn is the Rhode Island Editor of Law Review, a member of the Honors Program, and has been a research assistant for Professor David Logan. She has also served as a research assistant for the Defense Counsel of Rhode Island. She has had opportunities to extern for the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Rhode Island and intern for the Rhode Island Department of the Attorney General and the Insurance Division of the Department of Business Regulation. During her third year, Katelyn will be interning for the Supreme Court of Rhode Island. After graduation, Katelyn hopes to be a judicial clerk and then pursue her interest in banking and securities regulation.
Andrew Lentz (Developmental Editor) hails from far away Fayetteville, Arkansas. He graduated from the University of Arkansas with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and a life-long love for the Arkansas Razorbacks. After college, Andrew worked for several nonprofits supporting suspected victims of child abuse. Andrew was a Forensic Interviewer, Case Review Coordinator, and Director of Education in his time at those Children’s Advocacy Centers. Andrew is currently a Rule 9 intern with the Providence Attorney General’s office. Previously, he interned in the law department at the Providence City Solicitor’s office and at the Federal District Court for the District of Rhode Island. At RWU law, Andrew is a member of the Honors Program and was a research assistant for Professor Irina Gott. Upon graduation, Andrew hopes to secure a judicial clerkship and pursue criminal law.