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Stacey Kim, Undergraduate Intern
Stacey Kim is a Philosophy and Computer Science 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 a Public Speaking Tutor at the Pforzheimer Learning and Teaching Center, Editor-in-Chief of Labyrinth Magazine, and Staff Photographer of The Wellesley News. Outside of school and work, Stacey enjoys pursuing film, digital photography, and classical guitar. 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.
Beryce Garcia, Undergraduate Intern
Beryce Garcia is currently a sophomore at Wellesley College, majoring in economics, minoring in statistics and planning on attending either law or business graduate school. Last summer, she interned at the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office as part of the High Risk Domestic Violence Team where she learned more about prosecution, trial law, criminal justice, and how authorities combat domestic violence. Prior to her time at Rubin & Ulrich, she was also a store manager for nearly a year at a fashion store called AVA Boutique in Wellesley, Massachusetts and an intern for CommunityRoot where she helped conduct lead research and find out how the education industry could use technology to revolutionize the paper-heavy registration process. At Wellesley, she works as a Resident Assistant and is currently the Director of Communications for MOGUL. Beryce is also a general member of Wellesley College Pre-Law Society, Wellesley Consulting Club, and Economic Students Association. In the past, she served as the Senator representing Dower House Council and was also the Parliamentarian for College Government. When she is not busy learning how to code in HTML, CSS, and Java, she spends her time practicing how to play the guitar and dancing ballet, hip hop, or jazz. At Rubin & Ulrich, she aims to deepen her understanding of Intellectual Property Law and see how it accommodates a quickly changing society that is heavily invested in technology.
Erin Connors, Legal Intern
Erin Connors is currently a third year law student at New England Law | Boston. She is from Woburn, Massachusetts and received her Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications with a Focus in Public Relations from Boston University. This past summer, Erin externed with the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in Alexandra, Virginia. She currently serves as the President of New England Law | Boston’s Intellectual Property Law Association, and as a Comment and Note Editor on the New England Law Review. Last year she was also a competitor in the Saul Lefkowitz Trademark Moot Court Competition. When she is not busy with school, Erin enjoys going for runs and spending time outdoors. At Rubin & Ulrich, LLC, Erin hopes to further her knowledge of, and practical experience with, current and ongoing issues in the field of intellectual property
Jonathan Herrick, Legal Intern
Jonathan Herrick is a third-year student at Northeastern University School of Law. At Northeastern, Jonathan is currently a member of the Intellectual Property Clinic (called the IP CO-LAB) where he provides intellectual property legal services to students associated with the University’s entrepreneurship, research, and innovation programs. Jonathan served as a teaching assistant for the law school’s contracts course during the spring of 2017. He has completed legal internships in both the private and public sectors, including an internship with a government agency in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, a Federal agency, and a publicly-traded company in the Boston area. Jonathan received his Bachelor of Arts from Vanderbilt University in 2013, with major studies in Medicine, Health, and Society.