Sullivan Welcomes New First Year Associates
Sullivan is proud to welcome five First Year Associates to our Boston office, all of whom participated in our Summer Associate Program in 2020:
While attending Columbia Law School, Alexander was a Staff Writer for the Columbia Journal of Environmental Law and an officer for the Society for Law, Science & Technology. Alexander has also worked at the Sabin Center for Climate Change in New York City, researching global warming and climate change issues, and reported on a hearing in the case of People of New York v. Exxon Mobil Corporation. While earning his undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto, he served as Co-President of the Cognitive Science & Artificial Intelligence Students’ Association (CASA) and worked as the Lab Manager of the school’s Cognitive Neuroscience Lab.
Alexander is committed to working to aid survivors of domestic violence. He prosecuted violent misdemeanors with the Queens District Attorney's Office and provided civil legal services through Sanctuary for Families in New York City.
While in law school, Brian was the development editor for the UCC Reporter-Digest and also worked as a student attorney in BC’s Civil Litigation Clinic, representing local tenants in landlord-tenant disputes. After graduating from Boston College, Brian worked as a Special Education Assistant Teacher for the Martha’s Vineyard Public Schools. While in college, Brian served as the student manager for the Boston College Men’s Hockey team and wrote his Senior Thesis on Western Investment in Post-Nuclear Deal Iran. Brian’s other interests include playing hockey, watching Boston sports teams, and helping run his family-owned bed & breakfast on Martha’s Vineyard.
While in law school, Chinyere served as the president of Black Law Students Association, the Head Student Director for LAHANAS, a member of the Boston College Law School Diversity and Inclusion Task Force and a clinic student in the Boston College Innocence Program. She has also held summer internships at Brenda G Levy Law Associates, the Domestic Violence Bureau of the Queens District Attorney’s Office in New York City and the Georgetown Law Criminal Justice Clinic in Washington, DC.
Chinyere received her undergraduate degree from Colgate University, where she was selected to be the Martin Luther King Jr. Keynote Speaker, with degrees in Neuroscience and Women’s Studies. She has considerable experience with community service projects and pro bono legal work, having traveled to La Naranja, Nicaragua in 2018 to assist at a medical clinic, and to Houston, Texas in 2019 to participate in the 1L Spring Break Pro Bono Gulf Coast Recovery Trip at The Beacon.
Nicole earned her law degree from Boston University Law School, where she served as an editor on the Boston University Law Review. She also worked as an intern at a boutique Cambridge law firm. Prior to entering law school, she worked as a litigation paralegal at a New Jersey law firm. She is proficient in Spanish and enjoys skiing, cooking, reading and traveling in her spare time.
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