The following students from the School of Law have been appointed as Legal Writing Fellows for the 2022-23 academic year. Feel free to ask for them when scheduling an appointment with the Legal Writing Center.
Hannah Krehely is a 2L day student who graduated from Saint Michael’s College in Vermont with a B.S. in Neuroscience. Prior to law school, Hannah spent two years working as a Senior Judiciary Clerk in the Anne Arundel County Circuit Court. The summer after her 1L year, Hannah worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable Judge Laura S. Ripken on the Maryland Court of Special Appeals. As a 2L, in addition to serving as a Legal Writing Fellow, Hannah is a staff editor for the University of Baltimore Law Review, a member of the National Moot Court Team, a research assistant for Professor Robert Lande, and a teaching assistant for Professor Jaros's ILS/Criminal Law class.
Kenneth Wyatt II
Kenneth Wyatt II is a 2L day student who graduated from the University of Maryland with a B.S. in Legal Studies. As a second-year student, in addition to serving as a Legal Writing Fellow, Kenneth serves as a Staff Editor for the University of Baltimore Law Review, a research assistant to Professor Bessler, and as a Law Scholar for Professor Michael Meyerson's Contracts courses. Kenneth previously served as a law clerk for the litigation firm Baldwin | Seraina. Following his first year of law school, Kenneth worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable Paul W. Grimm of the United States District Court of the District of Maryland.
Lauren Stone is a fourth-year evening student who graduated from Roanoke College with a B.A. in music performance. Prior to attending law school, she worked as a paralegal. During her second and third year, Lauren served as a staff editor and an associate editor on the University of Baltimore’s Law Forum. Lauren was also a student attorney in the Immigrant Justice Clinic. While in law school, Lauren works full-time at Consumer Law Center LLC as a paralegal. Following graduation, Lauren will be clerking for the Honorable Judge Arthur.
Iyana Arrington is a 2L day student who graduated from the illustrious Coppin State University, summa cum laude with a B.S. in Criminal Justice, in 2021. As second-year student, Iyana serves as a Staff Editor for the University of Baltimore’s Law Review and as a Teaching Assistant for Professor Michael Meyerson’s Contracts courses. During her 1L summer, Iyana worked as a law clerk for the U.S. Small Business Administration, Office of General Counsel, Office of Litigation, in Washington D.C. After the successful completion of her 2L year, Iyana will be working as a summer associate at Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell and Berkowitz PC in Baltimore.
Sara Braniecki graduated from Dickinson College with a B.S. in Biology. She went on to earn her M.A. in Teaching from Salisbury University. Prior to law school, Sara taught middle school science and coached varsity lacrosse for five years. Sara is a 3L day student. In addition to serving as a Writing Fellow, Sara is an Associate Comments Editor for the University of Baltimore Law Review and a teaching assistant for Professor Sloan's ILS/Torts class. The summer after her 1L year, Sara joined Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell and Berkowitz, PC as a summer associate. This past summer she was a summer associate at Hogan Lovells US LLP, where she will return post-graduation.
Erin Carrington Smith
Erin Carrington Smith has a B.A. in Political Science from Loyola University Maryland and an M.A. in National Security Affairs from The Institute of World Politics. Prior to law school, Erin spent six years working in the Consular Affairs' Legal Coordination Division at the U.S. Department of State and seven years as a freelance writer and editor while raising her daughter, Sally. She currently works as a Law Clerk at the Angelos Legal Group in Timonium and as a Research Assistant for Prof. Shanta Trivedi. As a fourth-year evening student, in addition to serving as a Legal Writing Fellow, Erin is a student attorney for the Innocence Project Clinic, the Resource Editor for Law Forum, and the Law Scholar for Prof. Michael Higginbotham's Constitutional Law I class.
Mitchell Dolman graduated from Stevenson University, summa cum laude, with a B.S. in Legal Studies and a minor in English. As a third-year day student Mitchell serves as the Head Legal Writing Fellow and an Associate Comments Editor for the University of Baltimore Law Review. During his 2L summer, Mitchell joined Miles and Stockbridge PC as a summer associate in the firm’s Baltimore Office. After graduation, Mitchell will serve as a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Chief Judge Wells of the Maryland Court of Special Appeals. After the conclusion of his clerkship, Mitchell will return to Miles and Stockbridge as a Government Contracts Associate in the firm’s Washington, DC office.