Legal Rhetoric Dean's Fellows

The Legal Rhetoric Program employs nearly 50 student Dean's Fellows, who act in a variety of capacities:

Classroom Fellows are attached to a specific Legal Rhetoric section. Fellows attend and assist the instructor in all the class sessions. They prepare short presentations on citation rules and writing strategies for each class and meet with individual students outside of class to provide one-on-one help with assignments.

Writing Fellows offer one-on-one meetings with students needing extra assistance with writing and research assignments.

Research Fellows work with full-time Rhetoric faculty on problem development andall aspects of the research curriculum. Research Fellows have regularly-scheduledoffice hours for 1Ls during periods of peak demand.

Committed to mentoring the best student teachers, the Legal Rhetoric Program is fortunate to have a dedicated and truly exceptional group of Dean's Fellows.

Myers Society Distinguished Fellows

Recognized for their outstanding contributions to the Rhetoric Program, each Myers Dean's Fellow plays a leadership role in mentoring new and returning Dean's Fellows, assisting with Dean's Fellow training; vetting the Research, Citation, and Writing Strategy Exam; acting as leaders in research lecture break-out sessions; and assisting the Program in other ways as called on by the full-time faculty (such as subbing for a Dean's Fellow who cannot be in class on a certain day).

  • Laura Collins
  • Jessica Cross
  • Torrence Davenport
  • John Gerardi
  • LaSarah Pillado 

2017-2018 Dean's Fellows

  • Wendy Acquazzino
  • Andrew Balland
  • Cameron Black
  • John Cheretis
  • Priyanka Cohen
  • Katherine Conway
  • Kaitlin Eckrote
  • Austin Egan
  • Samantha Fournier
  • Hunter Grolman
  • Haley Hawkins
  • Jordan Helton
  • Natalie Holland
  • Tanin Kazemi
  • Chelsea Krzaczek
  • Michael Lenzi
  • Brianna Lozito
  • Elizabeth Mapelli
  • Lindsey Miller
  • Isaac Morales
  • Audrey Mulholland
  • Elizabeth Myerholtz
  • Melina Oliverio
  • Kendall Pauley
  • Samantha Primeaux
  • Sarah Pugh
  • Amanda Purcell
  • Pritika Ramesh
  • Caroline Raschbaum
  • Shannon Riggins
  • Nathan Roy
  • Halli Spraggins
  • Hannah Stambaugh
  • Sara Toscano
  • Mariana Viera
  • Stephanie Wald
  • Corey Walker
  • Catherine Warren
  • Briana Whinnie
  • Jessica Winslow

Check out our exciting Upcoming Events

May 29 12:30PM-2:00PM Warren Building - NT01 Human Rights Month 2018 Panel: The Struggle for Justice in International and Domestic Jurisdictions: Is the glass half-empty or half-full? May 31 12:30PM-2:00PM Warren Building - NT01 Human Rights Month 2018 Panel: The Recurrence of Sexual Violence in Conflict and Other Situations of Generalized Violence: The Legal and Political Challenges to Prevent its Commission June 06 12:30PM-1:30PM Warren Building - NT01 Health Law and Policy Program: Summer Lunch and Learn Series - Top Health Care Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities June 06 12:30PM-2:00PM Warren Building - NT01 Human Rights Month 2018 Panel: The Inter-American Court of Human Rights at 40: Achievements and Challenges Ahead June 07 12:30PM-2:00PM Warren Building - NT01 Human Rights Month 2018 Panel - The Colombia Peace Process: Current Challenges in Securing Justice June 12 12:30PM-2:00PM Warren Building - NT01 Human Rights Month 2018 Panel - Human Rights and Human Mobility: Protecting the Vulnerable in a Time of Populism June 14 12:30PM-2:00PM Warren Building - NT01 Human Rights Month 2018 Panel - Business and Human Rights: Recent Developments in this Complex Relationship June 15 12:30PM-2:00PM Warren Building - NT01 Human Rights Month 2018 Panel - Regional Human Rights Mechanisms in Times of Crisis: An Update on the Inter-American, European and African Systems July 12 8:00AM-5:00PM Washington College of Law SIEL 6th Biennial Global Conference: "International Economic Law in Unsettling Times" July 13 8:00AM-5:00PM Washington College of Law SIEL 6th Biennial Global Conference: "International Economic Law in Unsettling Times" July 14 8:00AM-5:00PM Washington College of Law SIEL 6th Biennial Global Conference: "International Economic Law in Unsettling Times"
Previous
Next