Jennifer Junger (JJunger@bilzin.com)
Jennifer Junger is a 2L at The George Washington University Law School. She is a member of the mock trial board and was a semi-finalist in the 2014 George Washington Upper Division Mock Trial Competition. Jennifer is a Notes Editor for The George Washington Journal of Energy & Environmental Law. This academic year she was Vice President of Finance for Street Law, a service organization that aims to empower and educate at risk youth by teaching constitutional law in local classrooms and at the Youth Service Center. Jennifer is also a student mentor for the George Washington Student Bar Association Mentorship program.
Last summer, Jennifer worked for the United States Attorney’s Office in West Palm Beach. She spent last fall interning for the United States Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. She spent last spring interning for the Department of Justice. Prior to law school, Jennifer taught special education and algebra at a high school in Los Angeles as a Teach for America Corp member. She received a Master of Arts in Special Education at Loyola Marymount University and graduated magna cum laude from The University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication. Jennifer loves skiing and travel. Elephants are her favorite animals, and last summer she had the opportunity to take care of one for the day in Thailand!
Jessica Kramer (JKramer@bilzin.com)
Jessica Kramer is a 2L at the University of Florida Levin College of Law. She is currently a member of the Florida Moot Court Team, Vice President of Membership for Florida Blue Key and a member of the John Marshall Bar Association’s General Board. In the fall, Jessica participated in the 29th annual Zimmerman Kiser Sutcliffe Final Four Moot Court Competition where she was awarded Best Overall Competitor, Best Brief, Best Oralist, and Best Team. Recently, she also participated in the American Bar Association’s National Appellate Advocacy Competition in Boston.
Jessica enjoys staying involved in a range of extracurricular activities on and off campus. In law school, she has served as one of the University of Florida Student Government’s Elections Commissioners, a teaching assistant for Appellate Advocacy, and a mentor at the Caring and Sharing Learning Center. Last summer, Jessica worked at the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office in the Career Criminal and Robbery Unit and last fall, Jessica completed an externship with the United States Attorney’s Office in Gainesville, Florida. She graduated cum laude from the University of Florida where she double-majored in Journalism and Psychology. Jessica was born and raised in Miami, Florida.
Camille Manso (CManso@bilzin.com)
Camille Manso is a 1L at New York University School of Law. She is an active member of the Latino Law Students Association and Recent College Graduate Mentors. Camille was born and raised in Miami, Florida. Before attending law school, she attended the University of Miami where she graduated summa cum laude with a major in Business Law and a minor in Economics. Throughout her time at University of Miami, she owned and managed a full-service hair salon. During her free time, Camille enjoys attending the theatre, acting, playing soccer, and going to the beach.
Anthony Sirven (ASirven@bilzin.com)
Anthony Sirven is a 2L at the University of Florida Levin College of Law. In law school, Anthony serves as a Notes and Comments Editor on the Florida Law Review, which has selected his student Note for publication and for which he served as a criminal law tutor. Last fall, Anthony worked as a research assistant for Professor Mark Fenster, and last summer he interned for the Honorable Paul C. Huck of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Anthony was born and raised in Miami, Florida. In 2012, he graduated from Florida International University with a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and a minor in Communication Studies. In his spare time, Anthony enjoys spending time with his family and friends, following and discussing Miami’s sports teams, particularly the Miami Heat, and enjoying Florida’s weather while fishing, exercising, and playing sports.
Brendan Studley (BStudley@bilzin.com)
Brendan Studley is a 2L at the University of Miami School of Law, where he is the Senior Articles Editor of the University of Miami Law Review. During his 1L summer, Brendan interned in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida for the Honorable John O’Sullivan, and the Honorable Dave Lee Brannon. Following that, Brendan was a Dean’s Fellow for Professor Felix Mormann in Contract Law.
Additionally, Brendan has been named to the Dean’s List and was selected for several donor-sponsored scholarships. As a 1L, Brendan received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Contract Law and Civil Procedure I, and also received the Dean’s Certificate of Achievement Award in Constitutional Law I, Legal Communications & Research II, and Substantive Criminal Law.
After growing up in a small town in Connecticut, Brendan attended Marist College in New York, where he graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Criminal Justice. While attending Marist, he interned for the Dutchess County Public Defender and a boutique law firm. In his spare time, Brendan enjoys playing sports, going to the beach, and reading.