Connect with Summer 2024 Student  Ambassadors

Wondering what it's like to brief your first case, conduct legal research for a federal agency, or represent your first client? How can you balance studying for classes, working at an externship or for a law clinic and still have time for a social life? Here's an opportunity to connect with a current student to ask about their experiences at the Washington College of Law and their life in Washington, DC. Feel free to contact them at their email addresses in their bios or by calling the JD Admissions Reception Desk at 202-274-4101. Each of these ambassadors work a few hours each week at our Admissions Reception Desk.  Please note, that it may take a few business days for them to respond to emails sent to their student ambassador Gmail account.

rachel berman

  • Class Year: Current 3L
  • Program Type: Full-Time
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  • Hometown, State: Bethesda, Maryland
  • Undergraduate School: Pennsylvania State University
  • Major: Public Relations

I decided that I wanted to attend law school during my senior year of college because I developed a strong interest in the law and wanted to pursue a career dedicated to client service.  I wanted to return to the D.C. area for law school and after learning about the various student programs, organizations, and academic resources during my tour, I decided to attend WCL. The WCL Clinic program for upper-level students stood out to me, specifically the Criminal Reentry Clinic. I am hoping to get involved in criminal justice work in the local community and the WCL Clinics are a great way to get hands on experience helping real clients with matters in various legal areas. I was able to gain exposure to local government agency work during the summer following my 1L year, when I interned for the D.C. Department of Health. I am grateful for the amazing professors and academic and career advisors at WCL because they are devoted to helping students succeed, discover opportunities, and feel more comfortable in the process.

jinger callwood

  • Class Year: Current 2L
  • Program Type: Full-Time
  • Hometown, State: Chapel Hill, North Carolina
  • Undergraduate School: American University
  • Major: Journalism

On campus, Jinger serves as the Director of Diversity Initiatives for the Student Bar Association and is a member of the Black Law Students Association. She is interested in intellectual property law and aspires to be a copyright or trademark attorney. She is originally from Chapel Hill, North Carolina and enjoys writing book reviews for her blog, as well as playing golf and pickleball.

vineeta Chauhan

  • Class Year: Current 2L
  • Program Type: Full-Time
  • Email Address:
  • Hometown, State: Buffalo, New York
  • Undergraduate School: Kenyon College

At AUWCL she is involved in the South Asian Law Students Association and the American University International Law Review. She is also a Kovler Project Against Torture Scholar, and her legal interests include international trade/business law and international human rights law. In her free time she loves to run, read historical fiction books, and explore new restaurants and activities in the DMV.