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Briana Matuszko, Legal Intern
Briana Matuszko is a third-year law student at New England Law | Boston. She serves as the business managing editor for the New England Law Review, and the president of the Intellectual Property Law Association. She is also a member of Phi Delta Phi, is a student ambassador and mentor, and is the recipient of a Dean’s Merit Scholarship. Last summer, Briana was the recipient of an Honors Judicial Internship with the Honorable Robert S. Murphy Jr. in Springfield District Court. Briana previously interned at Blue Sky Sports and Entertainment, the DAPER office at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the Northwestern District Attorney’s Office. This spring, she is conducting a clinical internship with Rubin & Ulrich LLC through New England Law’s Business and Intellectual Property Clinic. Next fall, Briana will begin a two year post-graduate clerkship in New Hampshire Superior Court.
Michelle Wang, Undergraduate Intern
Michelle Wang is a junior at Wellesley College, majoring in psychology, minoring in economics, and planning to go on to law school. Last summer Michelle found her passion for law through an internship at Medical-Legal Partnership | Boston, a non-profit organization that provides legal support to healthcare and human services teams. As a student intern at Rubin & Ulrich LLC, she is eager to deepen her understanding of law and explore the field of intellectual property law. Michelle engages in community service at Wellesley and the greater Boston area, and serves as the President for Stronger Communities Stronger Schools, an organization that pairs Wellesley student volunteers with students in Boston public schools. This year, she has also been working on an independent research project with a psychology professor at Wellesley on preschool children’s gender stereotypes.
Stacey Kim, Undergraduate Intern
Stacey Kim is a Computer Science and Philosophy student at Wellesley College. As President of the Wellesley College Pre-Law Society, Stacey organizes legal events and panels, oversees the publication of The Wellesley College Law Journal, and provides law-related resources to over 200 student members. She serves as an Executive Senator to the national non-profit organization, QuestBridge, where she advocates for first-generation college students and students from low-income families. As an aspiring lawyer, Stacey has been involved in Mock Trial for four years, and now works as both a Public Speaking Tutor at the Pforzheimer Learning and Teaching Center and Digital Content Assistant at Wellesley's Office of Communications and Public Affairs. In the past year, she has developed interfaces for mobile application prototypes, websites, and other front-end computer programs in hopes of utilizing technology to serve human needs. At Rubin & Ulrich LLC, Stacey hopes to combine her technical and legal experience to deepen her appreciation for and understanding of Intellectual Property and Copyright Law.