The following students from the School of Law have been appointed as Legal Writing Fellows for the 2020-21 academic year. Feel free to ask for them when scheduling an appointment with the Legal Writing Center.
Kyle Coleman graduated from American University, magna cum laude, with a B.A. in Political Science. As a second-year student, in addition to serving as a Legal Writing Fellow, Coleman serves as a research assistant to Prof. Gilda R. Daniels and as the President of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association. He is also a member of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Team. Prior to law school, he worked as a staffer for U.S. Representative Bill Pascrell, and then went on to hold various positions with a large business trade association. During the summer following his 1L year, Coleman interned for the Office of the State’s Attorney for Anne Arundel County.
Prior to law school, Molly Shaffer attended Stevenson University, where she majored in legal studies and minored in English. As a third-year student, in addition to serving as Head Legal Writing Fellow, Shaffer serves as a staff editor for the University of Baltimore Law Review. Previously, Shaffer interned for the Hon. Robert N. McDonald of the Maryland Court of Appeals and the Maryland Office of the Attorney General in the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit. Currently, she is an extern for Commissioner Charlotte A. Burrows of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Upon graduation, Shaffer will be clerking for the Hon. Joseph M. Getty of the Maryland Court of Appeals.
Eaujee Francisco graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington, cum laude, with a B.A. in Philosophy and a French minor. He also earned an M.A. in Human Resources Management from The Catholic University of America. He has studied Francophone literature and culture in his hometown of New Orleans, as well as in Paris, France and at Université Sainte-Anne in Nova Scotia, Canada. Prior to law school, Eaujee worked as a human resources and payroll manager for Greenpeace, the largest independent environmental NGO in the world. He currently serves on the Executive Board of the Student Bar Association as Secretary, after serving as a 1L Representative for the 2018-19 academic year. He also works in the Office of Law Admissions as a student assistant. During law school, Eaujee has interned for the Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City and for Judge Marcus Shar of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City. Upon graduation, Eaujee will serve as a judicial law clerk on the Circuit Court for Baltimore City.
Tyler Thren is a rising 3L day student. Prior to law school, he graduated from Towson University with a B.S. in Sociology and Anthropology with a Criminal Justice Concentration. The summer after his 1L year, Thren joined Sclachman, Belsky, Weiner & Davey, P.A., as a law clerk. In addition to clerking at SBWD Law during his 2L year, Thren joined the Honor Board and served as a law scholar and research assistant for Prof. Nancy Modesitt. This summer, Thren will join Nelson, Mullins, Riley & Scarborough LLP as a summer associate.
Camille Pappy graduated from Goucher College with a B.A. in International Studies. She also earned an M.S.Ed. in Educational Studies from Johns Hopkins University. Prior to law school, as a Corps Member of Teach for America, Camille worked as an elementary school teacher for three years in the Baltimore City Public Schools System. In addition to serving as a Legal Writing Fellow, she serves as a member on the Honor Board. Following her first year of law school, Camille joined McGuireWoods and Exelon as a summer associate in their Baltimore office.
Caterina Quezada graduated from Stevenson University magna cum laude with a B.S. in Criminal Justice. Prior to attending law school, she worked as a government contractor under the Department of Defense in the Aberdeen Test Center. In addition to serving as a Legal Writing Fellow, she also serves as a Law Scholar for torts and contracts, is a Staff Editor for Law Review, and serves as a research assistant for Professor Steven Grossman. Following her first year of law school, Caterina served on the Maryland Attorney General's COVID-19 Task Force on Access to Justice and began an internship with in-house counsel at the Lieber Institute for Brain Development which she will continue into the fall.